January 13, 2014

Humanitarian aid needed as Central African Republic regroups

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Bishop Nestor-Desire Nongo Aziagbia of Bossangoa, Central African Republic, speaks with Catholic News Service in Washington Nov. 19. Bishop Nongo said more than 35,000 people are living on the 40-acre diocesan compound in Bossangoa, seeking protection from rebels who are targeting Christians. Photo by Bob Roller, courtesy of Catholic News Service

Bishop Nestor-Desire Nongo Aziagbia of Bossangoa, Central African Republic, speaks with Catholic News Service in Washington Nov. 19. Bishop Nongo said more than 35,000 people are living on the 40-acre diocesan compound in Bossangoa, seeking protection from rebels who are targeting Christians. Photo by Bob Roller, courtesy of Catholic News Service

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(RNS) Roman Catholic Archbishop Nestor Desire Nongo-Aziagbia of the Central African Republic said that although guns have gone silent, the crisis is far from over.