A man sleeps next to his child in a camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) at the airport of the capital Bangui January 31, 2014. (REUTERS/Siegfried Modola)
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Central African Republic's capital is experiencing "unprecedented levels of violence" with at least 30 people killed in the last three days, Red Cross officials warned Friday as heavily armed rebels regrouped in a town not far from the capital.Now that the Seleka leader who installed himself as president has stepped down and many rebels have left the capital, Muslim civilians have become increasingly vulnerable to horrific attacks in which crowds have killed them and then mutilated their bodies.There also were new concerns Friday about the intentions of hundreds of Seleka rebels who had left the capital earlier this week under the escort of regional peacekeepers. It now appears that they have merely reassembled at a base in the town of Sibut, located about 180 kilometers from the capital.
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