Christians, Muslims Unite to Heal Trauma in CAR

Despite successful polls in 2016 - regarded as essential to ending the violence in Central African Republic - and a new, elected government, reconciliation has barely been addressed in the country of 4.6 million save for grassroot efforts, writes Zack Baddorf for Thomson Reuters Foundation.

A Rwandan peacekeeper on patrol in Bangui, Central African Republic.

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