Violence continues in the Central African Republic
Violence in the Central African Republic is reaching alarming new levels, according to the United Nations. UNICEF recently reported the killings of at least 16 children, including two who were beheaded. The U.N. also warns that the violence and instability in the CAR could soon “spill over” into neighboring countries and estimates that almost 1 million people have already been displaced. Lewis Mudge, a researcher with Human Rights Watch’s Africa division, joins us to explain what he’s hearing and seeing from people on the ground.
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