Relief efforts continue in Central African Republic

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Food aid arriving at an IDP camp in Bangui, Central African Republic. Photo: IRIN/Nicholas Long

Efforts continue to help end the crisis in the Central African Republic which started in December 2012 when rebels attacked government forces and seized a number of towns and cities.

The conflict, which has claimed over 1,000 lives, continues between Christian and Muslim communities.

The African-led mission in the country (MISCA) and French forces are helping to stabilize the country which now has a new interim president who was elected last month.

Derrick Mbatha reports.

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