In the Central African Republic – The New Yorker

In the Central African Republic

In the capital of Bangui, where a weak transitional government had been installed, there was an element of derangement.

via The New Yorker:

When Jehad Nga and I arrived in the Central African Republic, a few months ago, the bloody sectarian conflict between the Christian majority and the country’s Muslims had abated, but there was still an atmosphere of violence