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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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What’s next for the Central African Republic? (20.09.2016)
Rebels in the Central African Republic (CAR) are regrouping and up to 20 people have been killed in recent attacks. Peace continues to elude the CAR two years after a UN peacekeeping mission there was launched.
[…] In response to the situation, the Mission said that it has reinforced its military presence in the affected areas and deployed UN peacekeepers to strengthen the security situation. It also said that is also deploying a human rights team from capital Bangui to assess the situation.
At least 20 people have been killed in fighting between rival rebel groups in the Central African Republic, the UN mission in the country says. UN peacekeepers said they had intervened to stop further violence in the northern town of Kaga Bandoro, near where the killings happened.
[…] In an official response to IRIN, the UN department of peacekeeping confirmed that it holds a leasing contract with BADICA for premises in the capital Bangui. In a written response, a spokesperson said all rent paid to BADICA goes into a frozen account, which is monitored by CAR authorities.
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) has reported that after a standoff with a convoy of heavily-armed men near Sibut, the capital of Kémo Prefecture, UN forces detained 10 of the suspects and recovered a “significant quantity” of weapons and munitions.
Son of Central Africa's ex-leader arrested (05.08.2016)
Jean Francis Bozize, who was defence minister in his father's cabinet, "handed himself in voluntarily" to the UN peacekeeping mission deployed in the country, Justice Minister Flavien Mbata said in a statement. The UN mission has a mandate to detain suspects of grave human rights and humanitarian...