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Relief arrives in Central African Republic

Relief arrives in Central African Republic. This is welcome news for some of the 100,000 people displaced by the conflict now living at a makeshift refugee camp at the airport. Most have been there for more than a month after inter-religious violence killed about 1,000 people and displaced close to a fifth of the country's population. The country itself has been in turmoil since last march when mostly Muslim Seleka rebels overthrew the government. (SOUNDBITE) (French) UNIDENTIFIED DISPLACED MAN, SAYING: "It's easy to bring back peace. All we need to do is disarm the Seleka, disarm the anti-Balaka and peace will come back, we can meet around a table to discuss the problems of this country, and that will help us." Doctors without Borders has also returned to the camp after a week of reduced staffing following outbreaks of violence in the camp. A vaccination program has been launched after three children had measles. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MS

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