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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
Barricades were lifted in the capital of the Central African Republic as tensions eased Wednesday, but a UN expert warned the country could descend into civil war unless the latest violence is contained.
Warning that the Central African Republic (CAR) is currently seeing an upsurge in deadly violence in and around its capital, Bangui, Foreign Minster Samuel Rangba today called on the UN to step up its support for the war-weary country, including by strengthening the UN peacekeeping mission there...
Dozens killed in clashes in Central African Republic (29.09.2015)
Dozens of people have been killed in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, raising fears of a return to the sectarian killings that have torn the country apart over the last two years. … They also threatened to derail a peace process that includes a presidential election scheduled...
With just weeks to go before the Central African Republic (CAR) is due to hold a constitutional referendum and legislative elections, doubts over the country’s preparedness for the polls linger as logistical problems, sporadic rebel clashes, and flashes of intercommunal violence continue to shape...
In Central African Republic, the conflict between armed groups is now compounded by a conflict between armed communities. The roadmap to end the crisis including elections late 2015 presents only a short-term answer and risks exacerbating existing tensions. The transitional authorities and their...
UN mission probes 17th sex abuse claim in CAR (15.09.2015)
A civilian member of the UN mission in the Central African Republic has been accused of sexual misconduct — the 17th such allegation in the past 17 months involving peacekeepers and local victims as young as age 11.
CAR in need of stability as October polls loom (11.09.2015)
One year after African Union efforts in CAR were rolled into a United Nations mission, sectarian violence remains common, pointing to the urgent need for reforms to ensure stability ahead of general elections in October this year.