Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of ... more 
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) less 
1 / 24
Reuters | Photo By LUC GNAGO / REUTERS
Mon, Feb 17, 2014 8:18 AM EST