Children walk through the burned Muslim district in the Western Central African town of Guen.
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More than 50 people have been killed in two days of clashes in Central African Republic, witnesses and officials said Tuesday, with foreign troops struggling to stop recurrent violence between Muslim and Christian communities.Witnesses in Bambari, 380 km northwest of the capital Bangui, said an initial attack early Monday by Christian militia on its outskirts led to waves of reprisals by Muslim youths and fighting inside the town.Ibrahim Alawad, a witness in Bambari, said he had counted at least 22 bodies in the village of Liwa, about 7 km from Bambari, after the initial attack by Christian militia known as "anti-Balaka".
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