Zentralafrikanische Republik

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Aktuelle Einsätze

Opération Sangaris


Beginn: 12/13

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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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French troops will leave Central African Republic in October: Hollande (14.07.2016)

France will end a three-year military peacekeeping operation in Central African Republic in October, François Hollande has said, although security remains volatile.

Thousands fleeing violent clashes – UN refugee agency (08.07.2016)

The United Nations refugee agency today said that more than six thousand people from the Central African Republic (CAR) have fled into Chad and Cameroon to escape renewed tension and violent clashes since mid-June.

CAR leaders must commit to inclusive, transparent governance, Security Council told (08.07.2016)

The Central African Republic’s (CAR) considerable progress over the past two years risks being reversed unless national authorities demonstrated commitment to inclusive and transparent governance, and to addressing the root causes of the crisis afflicting the country, the United Nations...

UN rights chief warns of violence re-escalating in Central African Republic (04.07.2016)

The United Nations human rights chief today warned that the security and human rights situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) may be starting to deteriorate again, after a series a major incidents in the capital of Bangui and rural areas.

MINUSCA peacekeepers retaliated to an attack in PK5 (21.06.2016)

Peacekeepers … mounted a military operation in the PK5 area of Bangui in the early afternoon of 20 June 2016 to extract Central African and UN policemen from the Commissariat building which was surrounded by a hostile and armed crowd. During the course of that operation, gunshots were fired at...

Several dead in fresh CAR violence, thousands flee (17.06.2016)

The spate of attacks and reprisals took place in Ngaoundaye, about 500 km (300 miles) northwest of the capital, between groups backed by Christian militias and herders supported by Muslim fighters, said the U.N. peacekeeping mission (MINUSCA).