in the Central African Republic
peaked on 15 November as dozens were
killed in the small south-east town of Alindao.
World Watch Monitor
Armed men believed to be members of
UPC, a mainly Muslim and Fulani militia,
stormed the cathedral and the nearby refugee camp hosting more than 26,000 people
displaced following previous attacks in the
town and its surrounding villages.
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