In Central African Republic, dozens of people are feared killed after suspected Islamist rebels attacked a group of civilians in the central town of Bria earlier this month.
Fulani Muslim cattle herders have been burning the fields of Christian farmers in the northern regions of the Central African Republic.
Armed Seleka militia attacked a camp for displaced people in Ngakobo, Central African Republic on Dec. 3, killing eight Christians and wounding one UN peacekeeper.
The bodies of more than 30 Christians were left outside a church in the Central African Republic capital of Bangui in retaliation for the deaths of three Muslims who were ambushed in October by so-called Christian militia.
Muslim rebels stormed a Catholic church compound in the capital of Central African Republic on Wednesday, killing as many as 30 people in a hail of gunfire and grenades, witnesses said.
As sectarian killings continue in the Central African Republic, the country’s churches held a month of prayer, according to Barnabas Aid.
A Central African Republic pastor and his son were killed Tuesday at their home in Bangui as sectarian violence raged in the suburbs of the city, according to Christian Today news.
As of Tuesday, sectarian fighting in the Central African Republic town of Boda has left at least 75 dead, a local priest told the BBC.
Three pastors were among hundreds killed this month during three days of sectarian violence in Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic, as reported by Religion Today.
Christian clerics of the Central African Republic have asked for help to disarm a murderous Muslim insurgency and prevent a genocidal sectarian civil war, according to the Christian Post.
Violent and unrestrained Islamist militants have caused the Central African Republic to descend into chaos, according to BarnabasAid.
More than four months after Islamic rebels seized control of the Christian-majority Central African Republic (CAR), many non-Muslims are now faced with the prospect of being forced to live under Islamic law, according to Morning Star News.
Islamic militants launched a “reign of terror” against Christians in the Central African Republic after Seleka rebels took control of the country in a March 24 coup.