Friday, 4 April 2014

Chad's killing of CAR declared unproked

By AFP


People walk on March 18, 2014 in Bangui, at a  makeshift camp near Bangui's airport where some 100,000 people who had fled their homes are crammed into a vast tent city near the bases of foreign soldiers.  By Pacome Pabamdji (AFP/File)
People walk on March 18, 2014 in Bangui, at a makeshift camp near Bangui's airport where some 100,000 people who had fled their homes are crammed into a vast tent city near the bases of foreign soldiers. By Pacome Pabamdji (AFP/File)

Geneva (AFP) - Chadian soldiers killed at least 30 Central Africans and wounded at least 300 others in an unprovoked attack on a packed market in Bangui last weekend, a UN probe showed Friday.
Rupert Colville, spokesman for the UN's human rights office, said that an investigation on site indicated that the troops had "opened fire on the population without any provocation" and had continued to shoot at the fleeing crowd in the Central African Republic's capital.

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