Zentralafrikanische Republik

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MISCA

African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (Sonstige)
Beginn: 12/13

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Opération Sangaris

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Beginn: 12/13

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EUFOR RCA Bangui

(EU)

Beginn: 02/14

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MINUSCA

UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)

Geplanter Beginn: 09/14

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CAR's Seleka rebels reinstate leader, change name (13.07.2014)

In addition to appointing a political wing of more than 30 members, spokesperson Ahmat Mahamat Nedjad announced a change to the name of the group. The Seleka would now be known as the The Popular Front for the Rebirth of Central African Republic, he said.

CAR's Seleka rebels reinstate leader, change name (13.07.2014)

In addition to appointing a political wing of more than 30 members, spokesperson Ahmat Mahamat Nedjad announced a change to the name of the group. The Seleka would now be known as the The Popular Front for the Rebirth of Central African Republic, he said.

UN condemns attack on civilians sheltering in church (09.07.2014)

In what it termed a “brutal” attack, the United Nations peacekeeping operation in the Central African Republic (CAR) today condemned the killing of dozens of displaced people at the site of Saint Joseph Cathedral and the Bishop's residence in Bambari.

UN supports re-establishment of core public services (27.06.2014)

Amid the ongoing violence in the Central African Republic (CAR), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the UN Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) and the World Bank, is working hard to re-establish primary public services in the country, such as the payment of civil servant...

CAR's rival factions prepare for peace talks (27.06.2014)

The mainly Muslim ex-rebel Seleka coalition and the Christian militias known as anti-Balaka set up a joint committee of six members each on Thursday to prepare for peace talks that will be overseen by the conflict-resolution group Pareto.

Minorities trapped in 16 sites in Central African Republic - UN (24.06.2014)

About 20,000 people are trapped in 16 minority communities in Central African Republic because "if they leave, they may be attacked before they reach safety," said the top U.N. official in the country, which has been racked by sectarian violence.

New ICG report: The Central African crisis: from predation to stabilization (17.06.2014)

Ending this cycle of predatory rule and moving peacefully to a state that functions and can protect its citizens requires CAR’s international partners to prioritise, alongside security, economic revival and the fight against corruption and illegal trafficking.