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Mission de Consolidation de la Paix en Centrafrique (Sonstige)
UN Integrated Peace-building Office in the Central African Republic (UN-Peacebuilding)
African rebels recruit troops for new national army (05.04.2013)
The Seleka rebels who staged a successful coup in the Central African Republic last month are recruiting troops for a new national army, though nobody has the means to pay them.
South Africa to withdraw troops from CAR (04.04.2013)
South Africa says it will pull out its troops from the Central African Republic (CAR) after rebels there seized power more than a week ago. President Jacob Zuma said a deal between the countries had become void with the ousting of Francois Bozize. Mr Zuma was facing anger after 13 South African...
Rebels who seized power in Central African Republic should consider holding elections in one year not three to speed up the return to democratic rule, a senior official from the African Union said on Wednesday. African leaders including South African President Jacob Zuma are meeting in Chad's...
AU rejects new Central African Republic leader (01.04.2013)
The African Union has rejected Michel Djotodia as leader of the Central African Republic (CAR) after his Seleka rebel group seized power and forced President Francois Bozize to flee. El-Ghassim Wane, spokesman for the African Union Peace and Security Commission, says the AU is working with its...
CAR 'president' forms caretaker government (31.03.2013)
Central African Republic's self-proclaimed President Michel Djotodia has announced a caretaker government in which he has taken control of five ministries, including defence, according to a statement issued by his spokesman.
With turmoil continuing on the streets of Bangui, questions are raised about the role of South African soldiers in the conflict.
UN official says situation in capital is improving (27.03.2013)
Rebel forces and international peacekeepers mopped up pockets of resistance on Wednesday in the Central African Republic after a weekend coup, but life in Bangui, the capital, was mostly returning to normal after three days of looting.