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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)
South African Jacob Zuma's office said 400 troops would be deployed in total. … Several countries in the region - Gabon, the Republic of Congo, Chad and Cameroon - have troops there as part of the Central African Multinational Force (Fomac).
Rebels in the Central African Republic have repeated their demands that any peace deal must include President François Bozizé stepping down. Peace talks between the Séléka Alliance and Bozizé to end the month-long crisis are scheduled to start on Tuesday in Gabon's capital, Libreville, under the...
CAR president refuses to leave power, defying rebels (03.01.2013)
Central African Republic President Francois Bozize will refuse to leave power during talks with rebels, his spokesman said on Thursday, rejecting the insurgents' main demand and raising the prospect of a return to fighting.
Rebel forces in the Central African Republic say they have halted their offensive on the capital, Bangui, and will take part in peace talks. The announcement from the Seleka rebels comes as the country's neighbours say they are sending in extra troops.
Avoiding another battle of Bangui – ICG report (02.01.2013)
Over the last three weeks, the “Seleka” rebellion has extended its control over a large part of the Central African Republic (CAR) and is now on the doorstep of the capital, Bangui. A political dialogue between the Seleka leaders, the government and the opposition parties is urgently needed to...
There is a mood of deep anxiety in the capital of the Central African Republic, Bangui, as rebels advance towards the city, a UN envoy has said. … Analysts say Paris is increasingly reluctant to interfere in its former colonies and a spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry told Reuters news...
Anti-rebel protesters attack French embassy in CAR (26.12.2012)
Hundreds of people protested outside the French Embassy in Central African Republic on Wednesday, throwing stones at the bulding and tearing down the French flag in anger at a rebel advance in the north of the country.