EU diplomats are reportedly considering proposals to send a battalion of EU troops to the Central African Republic as violence continues to spread across the co
The UN's warned the Central African Republic is heading towards a humanitarian disaster. It's as people fleeing the conflict between Muslim and Christian militias pack into overcrowded camps with poor sanitation.
Earlier the interim President Michel Djotodia announced his resignation.
It's reported over 30-thousand people have fled from rebel attacks and are living on a diocesan compound belonging to the Bishop of Bossangoa. He told Premier the situation's getting worse by the day:
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