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ACT Alliance Appeal: Assistance to Support & Protect War Affected Vulnerable Communities in the Central African Republic
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ACT Alliance Appeal: Assistance to Support & Protect War Affec...

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Assistance to Support & Protect War Affected Vulnerable Communities in the Central African Republic CAF151 Appeal Target: 1832318 US$ Balance ... AlertNet, 3 weeks ago

Hear it from the people: What's wrong in the Central African Republic?

By Crispin Dembassa-Kette Seleka rebel fighters, many are now engaging in reconciliation efforts BAORO, 8 April 2015 (IRIN) - The room was packed. Everyone wanted to speak: unsurprising after years of conflict that has claimed thousands of lives ...
 IRIN1 month ago Hear It From the People - What's Wrong in the Central African Republic?  Individual.com1 month ago Central African Republic: Hear It From the People - What's Wrong in the Central African Republic?  AllAfrica.com1 month ago What's wrong in the Central African Republic?  GlobalSecurity.org1 month ago

Can New Pact Bring Peace to the CAR?

Can the Central African Republic finally turn the page on decades of instability and conflict? Rebel groups and militias have signed a new peace pact aimed at putting the horrific violence of the past few years behind them. The Seleka, a coalition ...
 Individual.com4 days ago Rebels Release Child Soldiers in CAR  AllAfrica.com1 week ago Rebel groups release hundreds of child soldiers in Central African Republic  Deutsche Welle1 week ago

China willing to do more in Horn of Africa

16 May 2015 The Continent: China is ready to make a greater contribution to peace and stability in the Horn of Africa, Beijing said after Djibouti's president told AFP negotiations over a Chinese military base were under way. "Maintenance of ...
 Observer India4 days ago

UN-facilitated accord leads to release of some 350 children in Central African Republic

In the single largest release of children associated with armed groups in the Central African Republic since violence erupted there some two years ago, some 350 children have been freed following an agreement facilitated by the United Nations ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

350 child soldiers freed by armed groups in Central African Republic: Unicef

BANGUI: Armed groups in strife-torn Central African Republic released 350 child soldiers on Thursday, honouring a deal signed with Unicef, the United Nations children's agency said. After two years of heavy fighting, the release of children by ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago More than 350 child soldiers released by C.Africa armed groups: UNICEF  Yahoo! News1 week ago UNICEF: More than 350 Child Soldiers Released by C.Africa Armed Groups  Naharnet1 week ago
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CAR demonstrators reject election delay

Several hundred people, some in military uniforms, demonstrated Tuesday in the capital of the restive Central African Republic over a peace forum's recommendation that upcoming general and presidential elections be delayed. The protesters, who ...
 Africa Review1 week ago Demonstrators in C.Africa reject call for election delay  Yahoo! News1 week ago News24.com | CAR reconciliation forum calls for poll delay  News241 week ago C.Africa reconciliation forum calls for elections to be delayed  Yahoo! News1 week ago
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UN whistle-blower to be reinstated

A UN whistle-blower who revealed allegations of child sex abuse by French peacekeepers in the Central African Republic should be re-instated immediately, a tribunal says. Anders Kompass was suspended by the UN for leaking the report to French ...
 Capital Radio Malawi2 weeks ago UN whistle-blower suspension 'unlawful'  BBC2 weeks ago

UN denies CAR troop abuse 'cover up'

The United Nations has denied allegations it covered up child abuse by French troops in the Central African Republic, calling them "offensive". A high-ranking UN employee has been suspended on suspicion of leaking an internal report on the ...
 BBC3 weeks ago

Ex-Rebels Live in Fear and Rotting Barracks

There is a hospital across the road, but even the pregnant women are too scared to go. A dirty stream runs between roofless buildings that are being reclaimed by nature. This is how some 1,500 former rebels live in the Central African Republic, ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago
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