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African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (Sonstige)
Beginn: 12/13Zum Einsatz
Beginn: 02/14Zum Einsatz
UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (UN-geführt)
Geplanter Beginn: 09/14Zum Einsatz
As the United Nations “re-hats” some of the African troops currently serving in the Central African Republic to a peacekeeping mission that will take over in mid-September, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced that the current African force commander will remain in charge under the UN flag.
A tentative ceasefire in CAR (29.07.2014)
While the ceasefire signed in Brazzaville on 23 July by the two principal armed factions in the Central African Republic (CAR), the ex-Seleka and anti-Balaka, was widely greeted as a positive step forward, analysts are sceptical it can lead to lasting peace.
The current conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) is only the latest expression of an uninterrupted series of military, political, and humanitarian crises that have plagued that country since 1997. In that time, 13 regional and international peacekeeping operations have been organized to...
Central African Republic factions announce ceasefire (24.07.2014)
Rival armed groups in the Central African Republic have signed a ceasefire agreement aimed at ending over a year of religious conflict. The agreement was signed in Congo-Brazzaville between mainly Muslim Seleka rebels and the largely Christian anti-Balaka militia. As part of the deal, the Seleka...
EU launches first-ever development fund for CAR (17.07.2014)
The European Commission has announced a fund to link relief, rehabilitation and development in the Central African Republic, an initiative which will be financed by France, Germany, the Netherlands and private donors.
U.N. experts have called for militia fighters to be expelled from the Central African Republic's armed forces, but other observers said that's easier said than done and might jeopardize upcoming peace talks.