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"I cannot go back home"-refugee in CAR

French forces on patrol in Central African republic amid fear and violence. Fierce inter-religious fighting erupted over the last two days in which six Chadian peacekeepers were killed and the Red Cross is reporting they recovered 44 bodies from the streets of the capital city Bangui. Locals accuse the Chadian troops of siding with mostly Muslim Seleka fighters, who unleashed a wave of looting, rapes and killing after toppling the President in March. French troops are going house to house tracking down weapons But panic is spreading with hundreds now running for their life to escape the violence. (SOUNDBITE) (French) BANGUI RESIDENT, ADRAMAN MONGBI, SAYING: "It's a general panic. We've been traumatized all night long, especially as it was heavy weapons going on yesterday and it spread confusion and hysteria in all districts, people who used to go out to pick up food cannot do it anymore." Those seeking safety find little comfort at a makeshift

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