"Clashes" Between Ousted Muslim Terrorists Kill 22 in Central African Republic

22 killed in two days of Central African clashes
22 killed in two days of Central African clashesFile Photo

CAR descended into anarchy last year when Seleka rebels ousted then president Francois Bozize, a Christian who had come to power in a 2003 coup.

World Bulletin / News Desk

At least 22 people were killed over Wednesday and Thursday in clashes between the predominantly Muslim Seleka militias and Christian anti-balaka militiamen in northern (Central African Republic), a source with the African-led force in the war-torn country said Friday.

“The attack came from the Seleka based in the area. We, the anti-Balaka, are committed to peace,” he told AA, in reference to a ceasefire agreement signed in Brazzaville last week.