Muslimpress: After a Muslim taxi driver was killed in Central Africa rage brought about more serious clashes and left some dead. Deadly clashes in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR), left about 20 people dead with at least 100 others wounded in the violence. UN peacekeepers took up positions as the fighting spread from the city's only Muslim neighborhood to an area where many Christians reside. CAR has experienced religious and ethnic unrest for more than two years. Violence escalated in CAR in March 2013 when mainly Muslims seized power in the majority Christian country. Christian militias then formed and during that time about 25% of the population fled their homes. Under regional pressure, the rebel leader resigned as president in January 2014 and an interim administration took over. From then on, the violence has tolled and the interference of France has made things worse.