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The UN Refugee Agency said on Friday that almost 9,000 people have fled to Cameroon in the past 10 days to escape violence in the Central African Republic.
Medecins Sans Frontieres - Since early December 2013, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has provided medical care to more than 1,000 patients wounded by violence in and around Central African Republic (CAR)’s Bangui airport
Fox News - Humanitarian officials are warning they only have enough money for a few more flights to take migrants from embattled Central African Republic.
VOA News - A mob attacked and killed a Muslim man Friday who was part of a convoy of thousands of Muslims attempting to flee the Central African Republic.
Washington Post - Tens of thousands of Muslims are fleeing to neighboring countries by plane and truck as Christian militias stage brutal attacks, shattering the social fabric of this war-ravaged nation.
VOA News - The International Organization for Migration (IOM) says it may have to discontinue rescue flights for people at risk of violence in the Central African Republic unless more funding arrives quickly.
Bangui (IOM) - On Saturday IOM organized its 19th evacuation flight for Third Country Nationals (TCNs) exiting the Central African Republic (CAR). The flight transported 314 Chadians from the CAR to Chad.
Bangui (UNHCR) – Forty-year-old Adidja* recently flew out of the Central African Republic (CAR), her home for decades, with a heavy heart and a terrible sense of loss.
Bangui (HR Watch) - Amid all the carnage, killing, and looting that is tearing apart the Central African Republic, the photographer Jerome Delay stumbled upon an unexpected scene yesterday: a home being looted in the Miskine neighborhood of Bangui surrounded by piles of photo negatives and muddied prints.
Bangui (UNICEF) - We could not see inside the locked school room at the St Charles Luanga displacement site in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. Mattresses, suitcases, cooking pots, and buckets were piled up against the windows.