Last updated: 1 may, 2009 - 02:57 GMT

Central African Republic

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Both the army and rebels are implicated in committing human rights abuses against civilians in north east Central African Republic which has lead to an exodus of over 10,000 refugees into south eastern Chad.

It is a worrying development for United Nations personnel in the region, not least because the mandate of the UN peacekeeping mission in CAR and Chad, MINURCAT, only covers two regions bordering Sudan.

Our reporter Thomas Fessy spoke to the head of MINURCAT, Victor da Angelo in the capital Bangui.

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