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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)
Beginn: 09/14Zum Einsatz
EU Military Advisory Mission in the Central African Republic
Beschlossen: 01/15Zum Einsatz
MINUSCA preparing to take over from MISCA (21.08.2014)
In just under four weeks the UN Multi-dimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission (MINUSCA) will take over authority from the African-led International Support Mission to the CAR (MISCA). Among its priorities will be implementation of the provisions of the agreement on the cessation of hostilities...
European peacekeepers in CAR gun battle (20.08.2014)
Wednesday’s clashes broke out after residents of the PK-5 neighbourhood in Bangui accused the European Union force (EUFOR) of shooting dead a man late on Tuesday.
New PM named in Central African Republic (10.08.2014)
President Catherine Samba Panza appointed Mahamat Kamoun as her prime minister on Sunday as part of an effort to create a more unified government … Kamoun is a Muslim who served as a senior advisor to the leader of the Seleka rebel group Michel Djotodia.
The Central African Republic's Muslim rebels and Christian militia accused each other on Tuesday of violating a ceasefire deal signed last month, following days of clashes in the country's remote north.
French troops kill ex-Seleka militiamen (04.08.2014)
Several ex-Seleka were killed, and many were injured. Two MISCA peacekeepers from the Democratic Republic of the Congo died. The French troops suffered no casualties.
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.