UN mission condemns killings and increased violence in the Central African Republic
according to rapporteur report from UN news agency, link ,six security personnel and four civilians were killed yesterday in an ambush on the Bambari-Grimari road. On Thursday, some 15 people were killed and many others wounded in clashes between anti-Balaka and ex-Seleka elements near Bambari, a town located in the central part of the country, about 375 kilometres from Bangui, the country's capital.
Further in the release, MINUSCA also condemned an attack by anti-Balaka fighters against its personnel while they were travelling to the airport in Bambari.
A seven-year-old child was injured in the attack and is being treated by Mauritanian peacekeepers, the mission added.
MINUSCA further noted that it has reinforced its patrols in Bambari town and surrounding areas in response to the situation.