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UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)
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EU Military Advisory Mission in the Central African Republic
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CAR’s human rights situation improving - UN (25.06.2015)
A UN independent expert on human rights, Marie Therese Keita Bokouma, who regularly visits Central African Republic (CAR) over the past two years, has noted a positive evolution on the situation of human rights in the countryAccording to her, the latest positive development came as a result of the...
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed a panel to investigate the response of the United Nations to allegations of sexual abuse surrounding a deployment of foreign military forces in the Central African Republic (CAR), a spokesperson for the Organization has announced.
Central African Republic will hold presidential and parliamentary elections, seen as critical to drawing a line under a two-year inter-religious conflict, on Oct. 18, a spokesman for the interim government said on Thursday. … The polls will be preceded by an electoral census from June 27 to July 27...
Author Kasper Agger examines how the two main armed groups in the Central African Republic (CAR) and their multiple factions make millions of dollars in profits from illicit activities, such as the illicit sale of natural resources, taxation, extortion and the strategic use of killings and violence.
The country’s parliamentary elections are slated for next month and have sparked hope among many in the international community that they may bring an end to hostilities.
The UN human rights chief said Friday that he was "deeply concerned" about inaction over claims that 11 people were killed by Congolese peacekeepers in the Central African Republic 15 months ago.
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon announced on Wednesday that he would set up an external independent review of how the world body handled allegations of sexual abuse of young children in the Central African Republic by French and African soldiers.