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Ruling Alliance Strong - But Nation 'Collapsing'

After a quarter of a century in power, Omar al Bashir's regime has never been more stable internationally. Despite domestic unrest, as armed conflicts rage on three fronts and an economic malaise threatens the country's viability, the ruling ..., 1 month ago

Central Africa Rebels Force Muslims to Abandon Faith, Group Says

Muslims returning home to ethnically cleansed regions of the Central Africa Republic are being forced to abandon their faith by Christian militias, Amnesty International said. Some Muslims living outside the protection of United Nations forces in ...
 Bloomberg2 days ago

Top UN relief official in Central African Republic urgently appeals for halt in attacks on aid workers

The top United Nations humanitarian official in the Central African Republic (CAR) condemned today the surge in violence against aid workers in the country and appealed to all belligerents to allow them to do their jobs safely, particularly in the ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

UN Mission condemns surge in armed attacks on main supply route in Central African Republic

The United Nations peacekeeping operation in the Central African Republic (CAR) today condemned a recent series of armed attacks perpetrated by rebel elements. "The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago Central African Republic: UN body urges creation of environment conducive for elections  Bloomberg1 month ago UN approves French intervention in Central African Republic  CBC1 month ago Central African Republic: can a disarmament deal without the main actors work in Bangui? By Tendai Marima  Africa-News.info1 month ago
Axis of Logic

Oil and gas grease the world's wars

By Sean Nevins, Mint Press Mint Press News Sunday, Jul 12, 2015 Countries dependent on foreign oil are far more likely to intervene in conflicts in oil-exporting countries than countries with no known oil resources. Yet oil is rarely stated ...
 Axis of Logic2 weeks ago
Lebanon Daily Star

Armed Men Disguised As UN Troops Attack Radio Station In Central Africa

ARMED men, some disguised as United Nations (UN) peacekeeping soldiers, raided the state radio facilities in the capital of the restive Central African Republic overnight, a police source said Tuesday July 7,2015. The three members of the ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent3 weeks ago 'Fake' UN troops in attack on C. Africa radio station  Lebanon Daily Star3 weeks ago Fake UN troops in attack on C Africa radio station  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago 'Fake' UN troops in attack on Central Africa radio station  Namibian3 weeks ago

Africa sets deadline for free-trade area as regional blocs come together

26 June 2015 The Continent: For years African leaders have been touting the dream of greater continental integration, with a vision of people and goods criss-crossing borders, boosting job creation and driving development. For all the talk ...
 Observer India3 weeks ago
Lebanon Daily Star

Touching lives

Listen Habibou Bangre Still going strong at 81, Italian nun and midwife Sister Maria Concetta Esu recently asked Pope Francis to bless her hands, which have delivered more than 34,000 African babies. The task of a midwife brings me great joy ...
 Gulf Time UAE4 weeks ago Despite risks, Italian nun helps Congo women give birth  Lebanon Daily Star4 weeks ago Italian nun brings life in DR Congo …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Nun brings life in DR Congo  Bangladesh Daily Star4 weeks ago

Inside the crumbling palaces of Africa's dictators

Palaces of Mobutu Sese-Seko and the 'Emperor' Jean-Bedel Bokassa stand as monuments to their despotic rule The men ruled Zaire - now the Democratic Republic of Congo - and the Central African Republic respectively During their reigns they stole ...
 Social Dashboard1 month ago

Lots of diamonds, gold and porn, Concorde and caviar: Disturbing Images of the crumbling palaces of Africa's dictators, where despots once lived as Emperors

They were palaces to rival Europe's finest, tended to by 1,000 staff, lined with Italian marble and decorated with Venetian chandeliers, while piles of diamonds and porn lay around and runways were built to accommodate Concorde to fly them to Europe ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago
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