Dec 13, 2015

Violence Marks Constitution Vote in C. African Republic - ABC News

Residents in a neighborhood in Central African Republic's capital that has seen continued violence say heavy shooting is preventing them from participating in a constitutional referendum aimed at moving the country out of a transition and toward stability. The vote comes nearly two weeks...

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