World Bulletin / News Desk
A Reuters witness saw four separate shallow graves containing at least a dozen bodies at the military camp in the 200 Villas neighbourhood of central Bangui, where some Seleka fighters are still stationed.
"We need to send in a team with the proper equipment tomorrow to examine it," he said.
Months of looting, rape and murder followed, bringing international pressure that saw Seleka leaderMichel Djotodia resign in January. Since then, Christian militia have carried out systematic attacks on Muslims, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee the country.
"We are witnessing a humanitarian catastrophe in Central African Republic," Guterres told reporters. "There is an ethnic-religious cleansing taking place."Last Mod: 12 Şubat 2014, 17:33