Muslims flee from Bangui – About 1,300 Muslims from Bangui, Central African Republic, begin their journey on April 27, heading out of the volatile capital toward the border with Chad. On the second day of their trip, the convoy was ambushed by a Christian militia group, leaving two dead and more injured.
Muslims flee from Bangui – The long line of vehicles stops so that the wounded can be helped after the attack on April 28.
Muslims flee from Bangui – An injured man is tended to after the attack.
Muslims flee from Bangui – Another injured man lies on the ground after the ambush.
Muslims flee from Bangui – After a long day of traveling, refugees stop in Kaga Bandoro. The bodies of the two victims were buried nearby.
Muslims flee from Bangui – A man tends to a woman in labor along the road near Sibut, Central African Republic. She was one of three women who gave birth to five babies during the journey.
Muslims flee from Bangui – A woman holds one of the newborn babies near Kaga Bandoro as the convoy prepares to leave on April 29.
Muslims flee from Bangui – Truck drivers with the convoy work to repair parts of vehicles after experiencing mechanical problems on April 29.
Muslims flee from Bangui – Despite security risks, refugees break away from the group to collect water from a nearby well, after the convoy ran out on the third day of the journey.
Muslims flee from Bangui – As more mechanical problems with vehicles are addressed on April 30, the fourth day of travel, people wash themselves in a nearby water dam.