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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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France’s CAR departure creates uphill battle for UN (14.11.2016)
France ended its Operation Sangaris in the Central African Republic on October 30, almost three years after its initial deployment. This departure leaves a 13,000-strong United Nations force as the main stabilization effort in the country, operating in an extremely volatile context marked by the...
20,000 stranded at UN base (03.11.2016)
Renewed deadly violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) has forced more than 20,000 people to flee to a UN base to seek safety and shelter. Tensions in the town of Kaga Bandero, in northern CAR, have also risen to such an extent that humanitarian workers have suspended relief efforts in the...
[…] France launched Operation Sangaris in December 2013 to try to end a cycle of tit-for-tat killing that began when mainly Muslim Seleka fighters toppled the then-president, prompting reprisals by Christian anti-Balaka militias. The French presence peaked at 2,000 but is due to fall below 300 by...
UN sollten Truppen "auswechseln" (26.10.2016)
In der Zentralafrikanischen Republik wachsen die Forderungen nach einem Abzug der UN-Friedenstruppe MINUSCA. Die Vereinten Nationen müssten dringend umdenken, sagt Experte Andreas Mehler im DW-Gespräch.
Three killed in anti-UN unrest in CAR (25.10.2016)
Three people were killed and six wounded in Central African Republic on Monday when UN peacekeepers exchanged fire with armed men during a protest against the UN military presence, the local Red Cross said.
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.
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.