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Child soldier numbers soar amid conflict in Central African Republic
Canberra Times

Gunmen kill at least 30 in new C. Africa attacks: UN

The Central African Republic was plunged into crisis when the Seleka alliance seized power in March 2013, … Gunmen have killed at least 30 people in fresh attacks this week in the strife-torn Central African Republic, UN peacekeepers said on ... Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
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ChannelAfrica.co.za

CAR's ex-rebels return to camps after day of protest

The protesters were members of the Seleka rebel alliance that ousted president Francois Bozize in March 2013 and placed in power Michel Djotodia, who was forced to step down in January under international pressure. Dozens of the ex-combatants on ...
 ChannelAfrica.co.za1 month ago C. Africa's ex-Rebels Return to Camps after Day of Protest  Naharnet1 month ago
AlertNet

ACT Alliance Appeal: Life-saving relief to CAR refugees in Cameroon

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Appeal Cameroon Life-saving relief to CAR refugees in Cameroon CMR 141 Appeal Target: US$625,188 Balance Requested: US$623,188 Geneva, 23rd ...
 AlertNet1 month ago Act Alliance Appeal - Life-Saving Relief to Car Refugees in Cameroon [document]  Individual.com1 month ago Act Alliance Appeal - Life-Saving...  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

EU Paves Way For New Military Support Mission To CAR

Brussels (Alliance News) - EU foreign ministers paved the way Monday for the bloc to help with military reforms in the Central African Republic when its peacekeeping mission there ends in March.Thousands have been killed during sectarian violence in ...
 London South East6 days ago
The UN Refugee Agency

More Than 850,000 People...

Bangui, Central African Republic — One year after a mainly Christian militia group ousted a rebel umbrella alliance from the Central African Republic capital of Bangui, more than 850,000 people, or nearly a fifth of the country's population, ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago 850,000 PEOPLE IN VOLATILE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC REMAIN DISPLACED, SAYS UN  NAM News Network1 week ago More than 850,000 people in volatile Central African Republic remain displaced  The UN Refugee Agency2 weeks ago

Central African Republic in "critical phase" of transition: UN peacekeeping chief

The Central African Republic (CAR) is now entering "a critical phase" in its transition to stability and democracy, despite a volatile security situation and ongoing fighting throughout the country, a top UN official said here Tuesday, calling on ...
 China.org.cn1 week ago Central African Republic in critical phase of transition, UN peacekeeping chief  Emirates News Agency1 week ago
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Angola's diplomatic dancing

President Santos left the diplomatic footwork at the UN General Assembly in September to deputy Manuel Vicente. Leader of his country's delegation, vice-president Vicente made the case for Angola's election to the Security Council by setting out an ...
 The Africa Report2 weeks ago

Sectarian Violence Spreads to Southeastern C.A.R.

BANGUI— Violence has broken out between Christians and Muslims in the southeast of the Central African Republic, a part of the country that had not previously experienced sectarian conflict. Aid workers report that the Ugandan army, stationed in ...
 VOA News1 month ago
BDlive

Defence minister silent on deployment of elite special forces

A SHROUD of secrecy hangs over the operations of the defence force's special forces following Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula's refusal to report to Parliament on the deployments of the unit. The refusal to report to Parliament is ...
 BDlive1 month ago
Council On Foreign Relations

Must Reads of the Week: China's Dangerous Maritime Game, Averting Genocide in Central Africa, and More

loading... Author: CFR.org Editors October 17, 2014 "The Central Intelligence Agency has run guns to insurgencies across the world during its 67-year history—from Angola to Nicaragua to Cuba. The continuing C.I.A. effort to train Syrian rebels ...
 Council On Foreign Relations2 months ago
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