Human Rights chief fears CAR could face new conflictListen /
The UN Human Rights office is warning of the potential for new conflict in the Central African Republic, where a rebel coalition known as Séléka seized power in March of this year.
The concern follows recent violence, including deadly clashes last month between ex-Séléka forces and self-defence militias in the town of Bouar, which is close to the country's border with Cameroon.
The militias had attacked and occupied the town which led to the fighting.
Dianne Penn reports.