Al Jazeera has reportedly found a mass grave of up to 18 people who were killed on the 26th of October in Bouar, Central African Republic.
The mass grave is evidence of women and children who were massacred by the Seleka rebel group currently ruling CAR, reports Al Jazeera.
CAR has been in chaos since the Seleka rebels ousted president Francois Bozise in March and scores of people have been killed and injured in clashes between ex-rebels of the Seleka coalition and local self-defence groups.
One of the survivors of the clashes, Maxime Nganabeam blames the security forces for the death of his two children.
"When they shot my little boy, he fell to the ground. I lay down on the ground too. And I heard my wife screaming and crying. I broke down in tears; I was devastated," he said.
President of CAR, Michel Djotodia has reportedly admitted he’s struggling to control the men of his regime.
"When we arrived in Bangui all the jobless, big time bandits, and escapees from prison: they all dressed in uniform and said they were Seleka. It is difficult for me because I don't know who they are. It is hard for me to control them," he said.