The armed conflict in the Central African Republic is heating up after the elections and the rebels taking control of Bangassou. The government and United Nations peace-keeping mission (MINUSCA) accuse former President Francois Bozize of supporting the rebel alliance, allegations Bozize has denied.
A civil war is raging in the country, triggered by the armed Seleka and the anti-Balaka militia. According to the UN, 3 out of 5 people require aid due to ongoing violence and instability.
Source : DW Africa