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Central African Republic: Hundreds of families torn apart by conflict

03/18/2015. Hundreds of people in the Central African Republic have no news of their loved ones following the conflict and other armed violence in the country. The ICRC, working closely with the Central African Red Cross Society, is pursuing its efforts to help these people trace and contact their relatives.

“While the conflict and other violence persists, this problem is unlikely to be resolved any time soon,” said Ahmed Berrad, who runs the ICRC’s protection activities in the Central African Republic.

Read the article on the ICRC website 

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