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Central African Republic: A community under siege

29 July 2014 Last updated at 13:41 BST

Millions of Muslims around the world are marking Eid with days of festivities, but for the Muslim minority in the Central African Republic it has been harder to celebrate.

Fighting erupted there more than a year ago, pitting Christian militias against mostly Muslim rebels.

The conflict has cost thousands of lives.

The BBC's Africa correspondent Andrew Harding has been travelling through the country.

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