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African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (Sonstige)
UN Integrated Peace-building Office in the Central African Republic (UN-Peacebuilding)
CAR displaced nearing one million (03.01.2014)
U.N. refugee agency spokesman Babar Baloch says the number of displaced people has risen sharply in recent weeks.
Francois Bozize, the former Central African leader, denied backing Christian militias that have wreaked havoc in the country and called on the current president who deposed him to resign in an interview broadcast Thursday. … Michel Djotodia, the Seleka leader who was installed as president of the...
Cameroon cracks down on CAR rebels (30.12.2013)
Cameroon soldiers have seized weapons and arrested Muslim Seleka rebels from the Central African Republic who have been hiding in Cameroon. Cameroon’s border region has attracted the rebels who began fleeing CAR after French and African Union reinforcements arrived to restore some semblance of...
Hundreds more Chadian civilians headed Saturday to their home country after facing repeated attacks and threats from majority Christians in the strife-torn Central African Republic.
The United Nations said Friday it would speed up planning for a possible UN peacekeeping force in the strife-ridden Central African Republic, as French troops there sought to clamp down on violence. The announcement was made in New York after French President Francois Hollande called on the world...
French troops deploy tanks in CAR capital (25.12.2013)
Heavy gunfire rocked the capital of the Central African Republic on Wednesday, killing as many as nine people. The gunfire prompted French troops to deploy tanks to protect their position at the Bangui airport.
Chadian peacekeepers fired on a crowd demonstrating against their presence in the capital of Central African Republic, where at least nine people were killed in inter-religious violence on Monday.