Looting in Central African Republic - The New Indian Express

Looting in Central African Republic

  • Anti-Balaka Christians loot the Muslim market in the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. Hundreds of Anti-Balakas, helped by women and children, went on a rampage, burning and looting shops. AP Photo
  • Muslims trapped in their homes wait to be rescued, as Anti-Balaka Christian youth loot the Muslim market in the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Rwandan African Union peacekeepers carry weapons confiscated from Anti-Balaka Christians following looting in the Muslim market of the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Anti-Balaka Christian youth loot the Muslim market in the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • A Mulsim child looks towards French soldiers arriving to evacuate him and others from the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Rwandan African Union peacekeepers patrol the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Rwandan African Union peacekeepers remove the lucky charms from a suspected Anti-Balaka Christian man who was found with a rifle and a grenade following looting in the Muslim market of the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Anti-Balaka Christan youth loot the Muslim market in the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Anti-Balaka Christan youth loot the Muslim market in the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo
  • Anti-Balaka Christan youth loot the Muslim market in the PK13 district of Bangui, Central African Republic. AP Photo