CAR refugees in Cameroon are receiving food and all basic supplies at their arrival in transit camps. (Copyright: WFP/Alexis Masciarelli)
A new wave of refugees from Central African Republic (CAR) has crossed the border to Cameroon after conflict broke out between the Séléka movement and the former Bozizé regime last year. The new refugees add to the nearly 88,000 CAR refugees already living in the Adamaoua and Eastern regions.
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