Zentralafrikanische Republik

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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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Violence 'forces aid agencies to stop work' in CAR (26.07.2017)

The United Nations office in the Central African Republic (CAR) says escalating violence has forced international aid agencies to suspend operations in three towns - Bangassou, Kaga Bandoro, and Zemio.

UN warns peace at risk in Central African Republic (26.07.2017)

A new bout of violence in the Central African Republic, where two Moroccan peacekeepers were killed Tuesday, risks derailing years of efforts to restore a fragile stability, the United Nations warned Wednesday.

Spike in violence in CAR causing thousands to flee (18.07.2017)

United Nations agencies report that an upsurge in violence and an alarming escalation of human rights abuses in the Central African Republic (CAR) are causing tens of thousands of people to flee across borders and thousands of others to become displaced within the country. The U.N. says the...

Why are civilians still being killed in the CAR? (14.07.2017)

Al Jazeera speaks to the head of the UN peacekeeping mission about plans to bring security to conflict-hit CAR.

UN refugee agency 'extremely worried' about renewed violence (30.06.2017)

The United Nations refugee agency has voiced concern over a flow of people fleeing renewed violence in some parts of the Central African Republic, a country that has already seen a half million people internally displaced and another half million taking refuge in neighbouring countries.

Congo peacekeepers accused of sex abuse to leave CAR (22.06.2017)

About 600 troops from Congo Republic serving as UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic will be returning home following allegations of sex abuse, the United Nations announced on Wednesday.

Deadly clashes erupt in CAR despite cease-fire (21.06.2017)

At least 100 people have been killed in fighting in the Central African Republic (CAR), a day after a ceasefire was signed between rebels and the government.