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The Central African Republic descending into ‘complete chaos’

The Central African Republic descending into ‘complete chaos’

The Washington Post reports on an alarming situation:

The warnings have become more dire: The Central African Republic “is descending into complete chaos before our eyes,” the U.N. deputy secretary general said this week. France, the country’s former colonial power, pledged Tuesday to send 1,000 troops there after declaring last week that the situation was “on the verge of genocide.”

Something terrible is happening in this country in the middle of Africa. Hundreds of thousands of people have fled their homes, and an unknown number have been killed in attacks over the past several months. Post correspondent Sudarsan Raghavan, based in Nairobi, helps explain the crisis and why world powers are suddenly so concerned.

The story goes into the history, the issues, and what might happen.

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Prayers ascending!

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