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UN Integrated Peace-building Office in the Central African Republic (UN-Peacebuilding)
African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (Sonstige)
Beginn: 12/13Zum Einsatz
Beginn: 02/14Zum Einsatz
UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic
Geplanter Beginn: 09/14Zum Einsatz
African Union (AU) peacekeepers in the Central African Republic will treat the anti-balaka Christian militia group as enemy combatants from now, their commander has said. Gen Jean-Marie Michel Mokoko said the decision had been taken because troops had come under attack from anti-balaka fighters.
… First of all, tangible successes are required in order to contain the escalating violence. That will require a further increase in AU forces and the deployment of a robust UN mission.
European countries have so far been reluctant to mobilise forces or logistics for the EUFOR-CAR mission, which was due to deploy this week to bolster French and African forces in conflict-ravaged Central Africa.
UN launches human rights probe (10.03.2014)
The United Nations has launched a human rights investigation into the violence in the Central African Republic. Inquiry head Bernard Acho Muna said he hoped the presence of investigators in CAR would help prevent a genocide.
UN to hammer out details of CAR peacekeeping plan (06.03.2014)
United Nations diplomats will begin hammering out the details of a peacekeeping plan for the Central African Republic on Thursday hoping to restore order to the strife-torn country.
UN to consider large peacekeeping force for CAR (06.03.2014)
The violence in the Central African Republic jolted the United Nations Security Council into rare accord on Thursday, with France announcing that it would soon propose a resolution to establish a large and robust United Nations peacekeeping force and the United States expressing full-throated...
CAR militia leader arrested in Congo Brazzaville (26.02.2014)
The African Union mission to the C.A.R. has confirmed that Patrice Edouard Ngaissona, the self-proclaimed coordinator of the anti-Balaka armed movement, has been arrested with two other men by authorities across the border in Congo Brazzaville.