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Africa In Central African Republic, a town embodies the nation's conflict

Christians and Muslims used to mix freely in the town of Boda. But both communities are now under attack, and the devastation here speaks to the toll a violent year has taken on the nation.

By Chris SteinCorrespondent / April 19, 2014

Chris Stein

Three days after Saliou Yaya's mother was abducted while escorting his wife into Boda’s Muslim neighborhood, she was hacked to death with machetes, her body left in the bush outside this wartorn community.