15 Worshippers Killed In Church In Bangui, C.African Republic By Gunmen Believed To Be Sectarian Militants

At least 15 people including a priest were killed and scores wounded in Central African Republic’s capital Bangui when some unidentified gunmen attacked a church.

The attack occurred on the border of the predominantly Muslim PK 5 neighborhood where 21 people were killed last month when a joint mission by UN peacekeepers and local security forces to disarm criminal gangs descended into open fighting.

Although the gunmen were not identified, Central African Republic has seen frequent incidences of inter-faith violence since 2013 when mainly Muslim Seleka rebels ousted President Francois Bozize.

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