The Associated Press reported today a mass exodus of Muslims from the capital of the Central African Republic. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Muslims flee Central African Republic’s capital
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Thousands of Muslims climbed aboard trucks protected by heavily armed Chadian soldiers in a mass exodus Friday from the capital of Central African Republic. Their flight follows months of escalating attacks on anyone perceived as supporting a now-defunct Muslim rebel government blamed for scores of atrocities during its rule of this predominantly Christian country.
In The Hague, Netherlands, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court announced a preliminary investigation into potential war crimes or crimes against humanity in Central African Republic, saying the crisis has “gone from bad to worse” since September.
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