Voting for peace under rocket fire in Bangui's Muslim quarter

Voters queue at a polling station in the Central African Republic capital of Bangui on December 13, 2015 to cast ballots in a constitutional referendumEager to cast their votes in a constitutional referendum aimed at ending years of violence in the Central African Republic, hundreds of people were waiting in line at a school yard when the sound of weapons started ringing out. Opponents of the crucial vote did all they could to terrify residents of PK5, the flashpoint Muslim district of the capital Bangui, but despite having to duck for cover, voters said they were determined to cast their ballots.

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