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UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)
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EU Military Training Mission in the Central African Republic
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Senior officials today called for strong political support and adequate resources for the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Central African Republic (CAR), where half of the population urgently needs aid, according to the latest United Nations figures.
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) is warning a rebel movement against impeding humanitarian access, saying any threats to peacekeepers, aid workers or civilians are “unacceptable” and could be tried as warm crimes.
A UN operation with an attack helicopter dispersed heavily armed militiamen in the remote Central African Republic town of Bambari town on Sunday, the peacekeeping mission said in a statement.
UN mission reinforces presence in restive Bambari (17.02.2017)
This reinforcement makes it possible to better protect Bambari and its inhabitants, as, for the time being, the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission is the only legitimate authority mandated by the Government to control the city. As Mission chief Parfait Onanga-Anyanga recalled:...
UN air strikes kill ‚several‘ in CAR (13.02.2017)
The UN mission (MINUSCA) shot at fighters from the Popular Front for the Renaissance of Central African Republic (FPRC), on Saturday after they crossed a "red line" it had set north of the town (Bambari), spokesman Vladimir Monteiro said.
Fresh violence in Central African Republic western town displaces thousands, UN office says (03.02.2017)
[…] According to the office of the Humanitarian Coordinator in CAR, outbreak of violence between two armed groups in the town of Bocaranga reportedly killed and injured civilians as well as displacing some 9,000 people are sheltering in forests about 15-20 kilometres away from the town.
Perpetrators of war crimes including murder and rape in Central African Republic are going unpunished and fuelling worsening violence in the country, Amnesty International said on Wednesday as it called for funds to rebuild the national justice system.