Humanitarian crisis in Central African Republic

In the past month, Médecins Sans Frontières has treated more than 60 people in Bossangoa for injuries that are the result of violence, largely gunshot and machete wounds, including women and children (Pic: Juan Carlos Tomasi, courtesy of msf.ie)
In the past month, Médecins Sans Frontières has treated more than 60 people in Bossangoa for injuries that are the result of violence, largely gunshot and machete wounds, including women and children (Pic: Juan Carlos Tomasi, courtesy of msf.ie)
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