Three months after Seleka rebels seized power in Central African Republic (CAR), the country is in the grip of a humanitarian emergency while the international community looks on with indifference, warns Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
CAR was plunged into chaos by the coup, and the country remains politically unstable. Citing lack of security, UN agencies and many non-governmental organisations have withdrawn to the capital, leaving the majority of the country without aid. According to a report by MSF, released today, the people of CAR have effectively been abandoned just when they most need help.
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