Muslim Cleansing In Central African Republic, A Film Review Of ‘Endless Poetry’ And Weekend Passport

Central African Republic
A young boy walks through a burned Muslim store in Guen, some 250 kilometers north of Bangui, Central African Republic in April 2014. A sweeping United Nations report released in May 2017 identified hundreds of human rights violations in Central African Republic that may amount to war crimes. The report comes amid growing fears that the country terrorized by multiple armed groups is once again slipping into the sectarian bloodshed that left thousands dead between late 2013 and 2015. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay-File)
Central African Republic
A young boy walks through a burned Muslim store in Guen, some 250 kilometers north of Bangui, Central African Republic in April 2014. A sweeping United Nations report released in May 2017 identified hundreds of human rights violations in Central African Republic that may amount to war crimes. The report comes amid growing fears that the country terrorized by multiple armed groups is once again slipping into the sectarian bloodshed that left thousands dead between late 2013 and 2015. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay-File)

Muslim Cleansing In Central African Republic, A Film Review Of ‘Endless Poetry’ And Weekend Passport

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