(HRW) – The violence in the Central African Republic has fallen off the radar of the mainstream media, but that doesn’t mean the brutal killings have stopped. Over the last several days, sectarian violence between Muslim Seleka fighters and the anti-balaka militia who harbor hatred toward Muslims has left at least 12 civilians dead in and around Bambari, a main town in Ouaka province in the center of the country. It’s the latest example of ongoing and deadly tit-for-tat revenge killings.