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Beginn: 12/13Zum 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
Beginn: 03/15Zum Einsatz
Armed groups recruited and deployed children in clashes in Central African Republic's capital last week and at least three were killed, including two they had accused of spying, the top U.N. humanitarian official in the country said.
Strongly condemning the recent deadly ambush of a convoy of United Nations peacekeepers in the Central African Republic (CAR), the Security Council today deplored all attacks and provocations by armed groups against the UN stabilization mission in the country, known as MINUSCA, and underlined that...
Two killed, corpse mutilated, in CAR unrest (08.10.2014)
The incident brings to seven the number of people killed in the latest inter-communal attacks that began on Sept. 29 despite the presence of U.N. peacekeepers who fired shots in the air in the KM-5 neighborhood of Bangui on Wednesday to restore calm.
CAR militias call for president, PM to step down (07.10.2014)
Christian militias in Central African Republic have called for the president and prime minister to resign and have ordered their ministers to pull out of the government, striking a blow to efforts aimed at quelling violence in the country.
Lengthy CAR poll delay could worsen crisis ¬ UN (06.10.2014)
Some have suggested that the elections, currently scheduled for February, could be delayed until after next year's July to September rainy season.
EU opts to extend Central African Republic mission (01.10.2014)
The decision to extend the mission, until mid-March 2015, was taken by EU member state diplomats meeting in the EU's Political and Security Committee. The decision still needs ministerial approval.
The European Union has set up a trust fund to promote the stabilization and reconstruction of CAR.