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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
The United Nations said on Thursday it is in talks with the Democratic Republic of Congo about the country's future involvement in a peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic because it had not adequately vetted its troops.
The United Nations said on Monday it plans to redeploy some 300 peacekeepers to Central African Republic from a UN mission in Ivory Coast in a bid to boost security ahead of the country's planned December elections and a visit by Pope Francis.
UN prepares security reinforcement (12.11.2015)
News agencies cite a UN official who said two companies of UN peacekeepers serving in West Africa could temporarily been sent to the Central African Republic. He said Egypt will send 750 soldiers and Mauritania 140 Policemen, which will bring the total number of troops deployed for the...
The Security Council today strongly condemned the attack against a checkpoint of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA), which followed an outbreak of violence in a camp for internally displace people in the town of Batangafo,...
The United Nations said Wednesday that it was investigating new allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by its peacekeepers in the Central African Republic.
France will resume withdrawing its troops from Central African Republic following elections intended to restore democratic rule following more than two years of inter-religious violence, French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Tuesday.
CAR to hold elections December 27 (10.11.2015)
War-torn Central African Republic has set December 27 as the new date for presidential and legislative elections. … The vote will be preceded by a December 13 referendum on proposed changes to the constitution, including a clause that would limit future presidents to two five-year terms in office.