About 50 people died in armed clashes in the Central African Republic

About 50 people died as a result of clashes between armed groups of the Central African Republic in the city of Ndele.

According to local media, 28 militants and 25 civilians were killed. The epicenter of the fighting was the central market of the city.

In turn, the France Presse agency reported that at least 25 people were killed in the clashes on April 29 in Ndela, including 21 civilians, and about 50 were injured.