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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 creates special court to help end impunity (23.04.2015)
A special criminal court has been established in the Central African Republic (CAR) in a bid to help end impunity and contribute to the restoration of peace in a country torn by repeated crises making it one of the most unstable states across the African continent.
Transitional government delays peace forum (22.04.2015)
Central African Republic's transitional government has postponed a peace forum involving factions in a two-year-old conflict that has killed thousands, a statement from parliament said, as the country prepares for elections by the end of the year.
The United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) has deplored the death and injuries resulting from a mob attack against its base in the city of Kaga-Bandoro – the second violent act of this kind in less than a week.
Former Central African Republic Presidents Francois Bozize and Michel Djotodia signed a peace agreement in the Kenyan capital Nairobi on Tuesday, despite their country's transitional government and foreign partners dismissing the process.
At Security Council, UN official says Central African Republic transition at ‘critical stage’ (14.04.2015)
In a briefing to the Security Council, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, Babacar Gaye, told the 15-member body that swathes of the CAR’s population remain at risk from attacks by the Muslim Séléka alliance and the Christian anti-Balaka militia as the two groups continue to wage...
CAR rebel factions sign ceasefire agreement in Kenya (09.04.2015)
Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi, reporting from Nairobi, said that the talks held in Kenya since last November have been considered "very controversial because they are peace talks [between two armed groups] that don't have the backing of the transitional government in CAR.