A mother, huddled with others seeking shelter, protects her child from gunfire inside the FOMAC compound of Bossangoa while Anti Balaka and Seleka forces attack the town.
An injured woman is rushed from the Catholic Church camp in Bossangoa to the hospital after several reported killings close to the camp by Seleka forces.
A young child is brought into the FOMAC compound with a gunshot wound. She has been in the bush more many days and the wound has gone septic.
Colonel Sale, the Seleka commander, visits Captain Wilson of the FOMAC at the FOMAC compound during a lull in the fighting between Anti Balaka and Seleka forces.
The Seleka camp in Bossangoa with Colonel Saleh and General Bah addressing the troops about human rights abuses.
A crowd of Seleka fighters at a meeting with Human Rights Watch Emergency Director Peter Bouckeart
Ousman Abaca, a 26 year old Peuhl cattle hearder, at the home of the Imam in Bossangoa. He came for supplies and to be treated for a gunshot wound at the hospital but was killed by Anti-Balaka one hour after this photo was taken
Blood stains in the Muslim quarter after a massacre which killed a reported 11 people in front and around the Imam residence.
The Imam Ishmail Nafi in the displaced camp at the Ecole Liberte in Bossangoa praying for those killed the day and the night before in the Anti-Balaka attack on the town. 11 civilians were killed outside his house while trying to seek safety at the home of the most respected members of the community.
Youssouf Mahamat, a 16 year old muslim shot by Anti-Balaka forces, lies in the hospital after treatment in Bossangoa.
Blood stains in the Muslim quarter after the massacre which killed a reported 11 people in front and around the Imam residence.
Displaced seek shelter in the compound of the FOMAC in Bossangoa as Anti-Balaka and Seleka forces attack the town.
A man shot in the leg is wheeled into the compound of FOMAC. The displaced seek shelter in the compound of the FOMAC in Bossangoa as Anti Balaka and Seleka forces attack the town.
Machete are confiscated by FOMAC troops as the displaced enter the compound. The machete is the weapon of choice for many.
Marcelin Ngoanamokoye, a 27 year old Christian shot by Muslim Seleka forces, lies in the hospital after treatment in Bossangoa, next to a wounded Seleka fighter.
FOMAC troops collect weapons from Anti-Balaka troops during the disarmament process in Bossangoa.
Peter Bouckaert from Human Rights Watch meets with Colonel Seleh and General Bah, from the Bossangoa Seleka forces, during clashes between the Seleka and the Anti-Balaka. The clashes displaced hundreds and have killed a yet unknown number of poeple. Peter told they would be held accountable for their actions by the International Criminal Court and showed them the evidence HRW had collected to prove Colonel Seleh's involvement in these crimes.