Central African Republic on road to recovery as Christians, Muslims make peace


    
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BANGUI, Central African Republic — Three years after his grocery stand was looted during this country’s civil war, Andre Cola is busy rebuilding.

“We are now feeling safe and everything is returning to normal,” said Mr. Cola, a father of three who lost his family in the war, as he hammered nails into his kiosk’s roof. “We can now operate businesses and people can walk freely.”


    

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