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Peace deal brings glimmer of hope to Central African Republic

By: Pierre AKPRO | Zigoto TCHAYA | James VASINA

In the Central African Republic, at least 50,000 people live in the so-called PK3 camp for internally displaced people in Bria. If they venture outside, they risk being caught up in fighting between militias trying to carve out land in diamond-rich territory. But last month, the militias signed a peace deal with the government. There's now a glimmer of hope that security might return. Our correspondents report.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Gaëlle Essoo and James Vasina.

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