Agence France-PresseJune 3, 2013 09:21
Armed men claiming to be members of the ruling Seleka movement in the Central African Republic killed seven people and wounded several others in an attack on the central town of Bouca, a military source said Monday.
"Armed men who said they were Seleka forces attacked Bouca on Sunday morning, killing seven people, wounding many others with bullets and burning down almost 20 homes. The assailants... also took away possessions and promised to return. Most of the inhabitants have fled the town to take refuge in the bush," the source said.