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CAR conflict: President's resignation fails to quell violence

12 January 2014 Last updated at 12:42 GMT

Two days after the resignation of the Central African Republic's interim president, the mood in the capital Bangui remains tense.

Michel Djotodia resigned his post on Friday, at a summit aimed at ending the ongoing sectarian violence.

Clashes between rival militias have continued since his departure.

A number of shops owned by Muslims and at least two mosques have been looted.

Thomas Fessy reports from Bangui.

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