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Beginn: 12/13Zum Einsatz
UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)
Beginn: 09/14Zum Einsatz
EU Military Advisory Mission in the Central African Republic
Beginn: 03/15Zum Einsatz
Defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian … said that the number of French soldiers which currently amounts to 900 French will be cut to around 300. The number had reached 2,500 at the start of the operation, known as ‘Sangaris’, in early 2014. He also said that the role of the UN mission in Central...
UN officials name countries whose troops are accused of sexually abusing minors in Central African Republic (29.01.2016)
Highlighting that transparency is an important part to combatting this “incredibly difficult scourge,” the UN peacekeeping official today named some of the countries involved—all of which are UN-forces: Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Morocco, Niger, and Senegal.
The C.A.R.’s Constitutional Court ruled late Monday the first-round legislative vote on December 30 was marred by numerous irregularities, and said some candidates appeared to be involved in them. … The court did give the green light for a presidential runoff election between the top first-round...
An emergency food security assessment by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners has revealed that half the population of the Central African Republic (CAR) – nearly 2.5 million people – faces hunger. This marks a doubling in the number of hungry people in a one-year period.
French troops will be able to pull out of Central African Republic quickly once it elects a new president, President Francois Hollande said on Thursday. … The presidential election now looks headed for a second round later this month. … Provisional results showed two ex-prime ministers - Anicet...
Two losing candidates in Central African Republic's presidential race demanded on Tuesday a manual recount of ballots cast in last month's first-round vote, saying that widespread irregularities undermined the credibility of the results.
Central African Republic looks set for a run-off vote to elect a new president to try to end a cycle of Muslim-Christian violence after former prime minister Anicet Georges Dologuele topped the poll but fell short of a majority.