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An internal United Nations report accuses French soldiers of sexually abusing children in the Central African Republic. (Image: CNN screenshot)

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Lessons: Before the Central African Republic war, "Our kids could play and go to school together without differentiating who's a Muslim or Christian kid," a refugee said. (Associated Press)

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Members of the Muslim community demonstrate, calling for the disarmament of Anti Balaka factions and for peace in the PK5 district of Bangui, Central African Republic, Saturday May 31, 2014. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) FRANCE OUT

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Members of the Muslim community demonstrate, calling for the disarmament of Anti Balaka factions and for peace in the PK5 district of Bangui, Central African Republic, Saturday May 31, 2014. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) FRANCE OUT

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Hospital workers clean the bodies of two of the victims of an attack on a Catholic Church in Bangui, Central African Republic, Wednesday May 28, 2014. Muslim rebels stormed a Catholic church compound in the capital of Central African Republic on Wednesday, killing as many as 30 people in a hail of gunfire and grenades, witnesses said. The attack on the compound at the Church of Fatima, where hundreds of civilians had sought refuge from the violence ravaging Bangui's streets, is the largest blamed on Muslim fighters since their Seleka coalition was ousted from power nearly five months ago. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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Hospital workers clean the bodies of two of the victims of an attack on a Catholic Church in Bangui, Central African Republic, Wednesday May 28, 2014. Muslim rebels stormed a Catholic church compound in the capital of Central African Republic on Wednesday, killing as many as 30 people in a hail of gunfire and grenades, witnesses said. The attack on the compound at the Church of Fatima, where hundreds of civilians had sought refuge from the violence ravaging Bangui's streets, is the largest blamed on Muslim fighters since their Seleka coalition was ousted from power nearly five months ago. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)