(International Business Times) – More children in Central African Republic (CAR) are at risk of being recruited as child soldiers by militant groups following a new outbreak of violence in the conflict-ridden nation, a children charity has warned. CAR in 2013 after former leader Francois Bozize was overthrown during a coup. As a result of the political unrest, Muslim Seleka and Christian anti-Balaka militias engaged in tit-for-tat violence that has killed thousands of people and prompted hundreds of thousands to flee their homes. In the in September, some 42 people were killed in Bangui in retaliation to the killing of a Muslim motorcycle taxi driver.