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UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)
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EU Military Advisory Mission in the Central African Republic
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EU Military Training Mission in the Central African Republic
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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Lieutenant General Balla Keïta of Senegal as the Force Commander of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA).
As the Central African Republic (CAR) prepares for the second round of presidential elections this weekend, a new United Nations report detailing violations and human rights abuses in the strife-torn nation's capital late last year has prompted the head of the UN peacekeeping mission there to call...
Rights group: UN CAR mission needs help (10.02.2016)
[…] In a new report, Amnesty argues weaknesses within the mission were exposed during violence last September. … The report finds that since then the mission has performed better, but that key weaknesses remain. These include lack of armored personnel carriers, lack of intelligence gathering...
Central African Republic's long awaited presidential runoff vote will go forward Sunday alongside a second attempt at credible legislative elections, election authorities said as the two top candidates campaigned outside the capital Wednesday.
Determining that the situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) remains a threat to international peace and security, the United Nations Security Council decided today to maintain the current personnel ceiling of more than 12,800 personnel in the military and police components of the UN...
Defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian … said that the number of French soldiers which currently amounts to 900 French will be cut to around 300. The number had reached 2,500 at the start of the operation, known as ‘Sangaris’, in early 2014. He also said that the role of the UN mission in Central...
UN officials name countries whose troops are accused of sexually abusing minors in Central African Republic (29.01.2016)
Highlighting that transparency is an important part to combatting this “incredibly difficult scourge,” the UN peacekeeping official today named some of the countries involved—all of which are UN-forces: Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Morocco, Niger, and Senegal.