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Central African Republic's displaced feel home still too dangerous

Behind the safety of barbed wire and patroling French troops, trouble is growing at Bangui airport. Food supplies are running low and more than 100,000 displaced people sheltered there don't feel safe to return home. (SOUNDBITE) (French) DISPLACED PERSON, RICHARD PRINCE MASENGUE, SAYING: "There is insecurity in the neighborhoods. We can't go home. The French-led Sangaris force must instill order in the neighborhoods and also in the interior of the country. When they instill peace, we can go home. Without that, we cannot return home." That insecurity is also affecting the World Food Program, stationed at the airport. (SOUNDBITE) (English) WORLD FOOD PROGRAM'S BANGUI SPOKESPERSON, ALEXIS MASCIARELLI, SAYING: "We are currently running out of stock. We have a big problem with nearly 40 of our trucks that are blocked at the border between Cameroon and CAR. The drivers are too afraid to cross over to CAR because of the insecurity." Meanwhile, new Int

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