Bishop calls for international intervention in Central African Republic
Catholic World News - June 13, 2011
A bishop in the Central African Republic has called upon the international community to provide the “necessary logistical and material support to the fight against the growing insecurity in the country.”
Archbishop Albert Vanbuel of Kaga-Bandoro cited “the security situation in Central African Republic and, particularly, in the north and northeast, where raging armed gangs clearly identified sow desolation with total impunity, forcing populations to live in constant despair.”
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