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African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (Sonstige)
UN Integrated Peace-building Office in the Central African Republic (UN-Peacebuilding)
EU military operation established (10.02.2014)
The Council today established an EU military operation to contribute to a secure environment in the Central African Republic, as authorised by the UN Security Council in resolution 2134 (2014). … The Council also appointed Major-General Philippe Pontiès from France as EU Operation Commander.
The United States called for an end to the "cycle of violence" in the Central African Republic after soldiers publicly lynched a suspected ex-rebel following a military ceremony.
French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Thursday the United Nations would probably have to renew a French mandate for French troops to restore order in Central African Republic when it expires in May.
Town is secured in Central Africa (01.02.2014)
African peacekeepers trying to stabilize the Central African Republic said Saturday that they had regained control of a town where hundreds of heavily armed rebels had massed not far from the capital. … The arrival of the rebels in Sibut midweek had raised alarm about their intentions amid fears...
Central African Republic clerics lobby for peace (31.01.2014)
The archbishop and the imam make an impressive double act, picking up each other's cues, and batting topics back and forth between them. The Central African Republic's (CAR) two most prominent religious leaders arrived in London this week to raise awareness of the catastrophic events in their...
From 14 to 27 January, members of the National Electoral Authority (NEA) visited 11 of the 16 prefectures of the Central African Republic (CAR). Their goal was to establish an initial inventory of the resources available for a series of elections that will allow the country to close its current...
The UN believes at least 10,000 troops will be required in any force sent to end unrest in Central African Republic, the French UN envoy says. Ambassador Gerard Araud described the situation in CAR as "very, very dire". His comment comes after the UN Security Council approved a resolution allowing...