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Food Aid Distribution Difficult in CAR

The World Food Program says it will scale-up its emergency operations in Central African Republic to provide aid to more than one-million people over the next six months. However, in the meantime, the U.N. agency is trying to cope with growing insecurity, especially in the capital, Bangui. Most of the fighting in CAR is between former Seleka rebels, who are Muslim, and Christian defense forces known as anti-Balaka.  WFP spokesman Peter Smerdon gave an overview of the agency’s...

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