French Army Chief of Staff Admiral Edouard Guillaud (L) walks with the commander of the Sangaris operation, General Francisco Soriano (R) on Febuary 3, 2014 at the Mpoko camp in Bangui. AFP PHOTO/ ISSOUF SANOGO
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At least 75 people have been killed in clashes in a town in the strife-torn Central African Republic since Tuesday and the fighting is still going on, a local priest told AFP.Cassien Kamatari said his parish was sheltering 1,500 people who had fled the violence between Christians and Muslims in the town of Boda, 100 kilometres (60 miles) west of the capital Bangui.Around 80 percent of the population is Christian, but it has a significant Muslim minority who live mainly in the north.
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