A general view shows part of the capital Bangui, Central African Republic, Feb. 16, 2016. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola
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Fresh violence in northwest Central African Republic this week has killed several people and forced thousands from their homes, with many seeking refuge in neighboring Chad and Cameroon, the United Nations said Friday.Aid access in the country is hindered by insecurity and violence, and there were more than a dozen attacks against aid workers last month, according to the U.N. agency.MSF said more than two-thirds of the country's health facilities have been damaged or destroyed by fighting since 2013, while around 2.3 million people -- half of the population -- urgently need humanitarian aid, according to OCHA.
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