Fighting Leaves 60 Dead in Central African Republic

The Central African Republic’s government says 60 people have been killed in clashes between fighters loyal to ousted president Francois Bozize and the rebels who now hold power.

A government spokesman says the fighting took place Saturday and Sunday around the northwestern town of Bossangoa, in Bozize’s home region.

The United Nations says 80 percent of the town’s population, about 30,000 people, have fled into the wilderness or to other areas.

U.N. officials say two aid workers …