Attacks on aid workers continue in Central African Republic
United Nations aid agencies report that humanitarian workers in Central African Republic (CAR) face “unprecedented attacks” as violence continues in the country’s North and West. Thousands have been killed and millions are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance from the nearly two year-old war. The International Criminal Court recently opened investigations. Lewis Mudge is researcher in Human Rights Watch’s Africa Division. Mudge has been in CAR documenting the violence. He sits down with us for an update on the conflict.
(photo: United Nations peace keeping troops take part in a ceremony in the capital city of Bangui, Central African Republic, Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. (AP Photo))