Hundreds of people were killed in the last week in Central African Republic.
The former French colony descended into chaos since mainly Muslim Saleka rebels siezed power in in March.
More reports of angry mobs looting houses and setting cars on fire are coming from the Central African Republic.
The capital city of Bangui saw a mosque set on fire, with civilians armed with wooden clubs and machetes attacking nearby houses.
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