The United Nations has warned of early signs of genocide in Central African Republic, where armed militias occupy three quarters of the country, and civilians are being massacred. As the country descends into chaos thousands of refugees and displaced people are once again fleeing their homes. And, parents are getting separated from their children as families struggle to stay grouped together.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is working to reunite thousands of Central Africans with their loved ones. But such reunions are difficult and rare. Our correspondents travelled to eastern Cameroon where 260,000 Central African refugees are living in camps. Report by Patrick Fandio, Pierre Akpro and Zigoto Tchaya.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Jessica Sestilli.
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