Zentralafrikanische Republik

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Opération Sangaris


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

Beginn: 09/14

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EU Military Training Mission in the Central African Republic

Beginn: 07/16

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Central African Republic risks return to major conflict: UN report (08.09.2017)

Deadly ethnic fighting in Central African Republic could descend into a much larger-scale conflict if nothing is done to disarm combatants and defuse tensions, a U.N. report said on Friday.

UN aid chief issues bleak warning on Central African Republic (23.08.2017)

Violent clashes in the Central African Republic could soon become genocide if the United Nations doesn't bolster its peacekeeping mission, the UN's humanitarian chief said on Tuesday. Aid chief Stephen O'Brien made the remarks during a closed-door meeting with the Security Council, requested by...

Government urged to hold rebel commanders accountable for war crimes (22.08.2017)

The government of the Central Africa Republic plans to hold further peace talks with rebel factions. But rights group, Human Rights Watch, wants rebel leaders to be held accountable for war crimes. … Lewis Mudge, a researcher with Human Rights Watch in Central Africa Republic, spoke to DW about the...

How can the UN curb CAR’s spiral of violence and ethnic cleansing? (21.08.2017)

[…] The mandate of MINUSCA will be renewed in November, and the UN is currently reviewing options for the process. Three essential points will need to be addressed to better equip the mission to face the challenges of sectarian violence in the country: the troop ceiling and military posture...

'Dramatic' rise in CAR violence happening out of media eyes, warns UNICEF (15.08.2017)

[…] “The past year, and especially the last quarter, has seen a dramatic increase in violence,” Donaig Le Du, spokesperson for the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), told reporters at the regular press briefing in Geneva. … UNICEF noted that as the country spirals into violence, Bangui, the capital, is...

UN warns of genocide in Central African Republic (08.08.2017)

The Central African Republic risks plunging deeper into a humanitarian crisis if the international community fails to respond to growing violence, said UN aid chief Stephen O'Brien on Monday. “Violence is intensifying, risking a repeat of the devastating destructive crisis that gripped the country...

UN peacekeeping chief warns Security Council about insecurity in the country (28.07.2017)

The head of the United Nations peacekeeping operations has warned that the increased intensity of attacks on civilians and peacekeepers is bringing Central African Republic (CAR) to the tipping point.