Zentralafrikanische Republik

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Opération Sangaris


Beginn: 12/13

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UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)

Beginn: 09/14

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EU Military Training Mission in the Central African Republic

Beginn: 07/16

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UN Mission condemns ‘cowardly’ attacks on peacekeepers (17.10.2016)

The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA) today strongly condemned repeated assaults against its peacekeepers, in the wake of two attacks over the past five days.

At least 23 killed in fighting in Central African Republic (12.10.2016)

Fighters from Central African Republic's largely Muslim Seleka militia attacked refugees in the country's remote north on Wednesday, stabbing or hacking to death 13 people before U.N. peacekeepers repelled them, killing at least 10, officials said.

UN memo casts doubt on some Central African sex abuse accusations (11.10.2016)

A draft United Nations memo seen by Reuters suggests that dozens allegations of sexual abuse against U.N. peacekeepers in Central African Republic have been fabricated by people seeking financial payoffs.

CAR needs support to tackle ‘spoilers,’ other challenges – UN peacekeeping chief (10.10.2016)

Recent unrest in the Central African Republic (CAR) demonstrates that the situation there remains fragile, and “spoilers are still active, on both sides,” the United Nations peacekeeping chief said today, telling the Security Council that the international community must stand firm and support the...

Eleven killed, 14 missing in Central African Republic clashes (06.10.2016)

Eleven people were killed in clashes in Central African Republic's capital this week set off by the murder of an army officer, the country's United Nation's peacekeeping mission said on Thursday.

CAR President wants arms embargo lifted (29.09.2016)

[…] In an interview Wednesday with VOA's French to Africa service, Faustin-Archange Touadera said the embargo, imposed in 2013, was once justified but argued, "It is no longer the case."

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