IRIN 3-Part Series Examines Conflict, Humanitarian Crisis In Central African Republic

IRIN: Central African Republic: Little peace to keep, but 4.7 million lives to live
“[This] three-part series explores one of the world’s most overlooked and least understood conflicts. … Philip Kleinfeld spent five weeks in the Central African Republic meeting peacekeepers, warlords, aid workers, and civilians whose lives intersect in a country rich in resources but impoverished by coups, mutinies, and civil war…” (Kleinfeld, 5/24).

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