After massacre, Central African town yearns for peace

A UN helicopter flies over the newly formed camp for internally displaced people, in Kaga Bandoro, on October 18, 2016A month after rebels killed dozens of civilians in Kaga Bandoro, residents of the Central African Republic town still live in fear despite the presence of UN peacekeepers in the country and the prospect of nationwide disarmament. Returning to the scene of the massacre for the first time, Sylvie pointed to the ruins of the small home she built in what was a settlement for 8,000 civilians displaced during years of unrest.

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