Open season on Christians around the world, mostly at the hands of Muslims.
BANGUI, Central African Republic — A priest in Central African Republic says at least 30 people have been killed after suspected Muslim rebels attacked a church where Christians were seeking refuge.
The Rev. Paul Emile Nzale told The Associated Press that the gunfire and grenade attack took place Wednesday afternoon in a displacement camp at the Church of Fatima in Bangui, the capital.
An Associated Press reporter counted at least 20 bodies taken to a hospital in the city because the morgue was not in service.
Wednesday’s attack is the largest in Bangui blamed on Muslim rebels since their Seleka coalition left power in January.