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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)
Geplanter Beginn: 09/14Zum Einsatz
The UN's refugee agency has expressed fear for the lives of thousands of Muslims at risk of getting "slaughtered" by Christian militia in the Central African Republic. The UNHCR said it was trying to evacuate some 19,000 Muslims from areas near the capital, Bangui.
EU-Africa leaders meet to tackle CAR crisis (02.04.2014)
African and EU leaders are holding a summit in Brussels where the conflict in the Central African Republic features prominently. The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon promised to do "everything possible" to improve the international response to the crisis.
With the Central African Republic (CAR) capital of Bangui having relapsed into wider violence, the United Nations human rights office today urged States to support the world body’s appeal for thousands more peacekeepers and police. … Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has proposed the deployment of a...
EU launches peacekeeping force for CAR (01.04.2014)
The European Union formally launched a peacekeeping force for Central African Republic on Tuesday, overcoming delays due to shortages of soldiers and equipment thanks to last-minute offers of help from EU governments.
Chadian troops have killed at least 24 people in the Central African Republic capital, Bangui, local officials say. The soldiers reportedly opened fire on residents of mainly Christian neighbourhoods in northern Bangui.
"Get a grip", UN chief tells CAR leaders (27.03.2014)
Amid an upsurge in attacks on African Union (AU) peacekeepers, the UN special representative in the Central African Republic (CAR) has called on the population and leaders to “get a grip” and not allow blind hatred to destroy the country.
African Union (AU) peacekeepers in the Central African Republic will treat the anti-balaka Christian militia group as enemy combatants from now, their commander has said. Gen Jean-Marie Michel Mokoko said the decision had been taken because troops had come under attack from anti-balaka fighters.