By AFP More by BANGUI, Monday The Seleka former rebel alliance in the troubled Central African Republic has ousted members who have joined a broad-based new government, accusing them on Monday of high treason. All members of the Seleka ... Daily Nation, 2 weeks ago
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Central African Republic has been in turmoil since an alliance of Muslim rebel groups known as the Seleka overthrew the longtime president in March 2013. The post Central African Republic: UN to send 7,600 strong peacekeeping force appeared first on Firstpost ...First Post.com, 4 weeks ago Armed groups in CAR IRIN, 1 hour ago UN takes over peacekeeping operations in CAR The Gulf Today, 1 day ago UN takes over CAR peacekeeping operations Arab News, 1 day ago
The Central African Republic has been torn apart by ethnic and religious violence since the Seleka ― an alliance of mostly Muslim groups ― seized power in March 2013. ― Reuters pic BANGUI, Aug 16 ― Suspected ex-rebels from the Central ...Malay Mail, 1 month ago Ex-Seleka fighters massacre 'at least 34' in C.Africa villages Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago Former rebels 'massacre' CAfricans MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago Ex-Seleka fighters massacre 34 Namibian Sun, 4 weeks ago
Kampala- The United Nations (UN) has said Uganda's rebel outfit, Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), is in alliance with the seleka rebels of Central African Republic (CAR) which could prolong the rebellion. The report of the findings by a joint ...Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 month ago
urce in the African peacekeeping force said today. Heavily armed men believed to be ex-Seleka rebel fighters stormed Nana Bakassa, 300 kilometres north of the capital Bangui on Tuesday, an officer with the MISCA force told AFP. "We provisionally ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago Five killed in CAR attack IOL, 1 week ago Central African town stormed by gunmen Al Jazeera, 1 week ago Central Africa attack kills at least five: Peacekeepers IBNLive India News, 1 week ago
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Seleka rebels in the Central African Republic have rejected a ceasefire deal and demanded the country be partitioned between Muslims and Christians. In an interview with the BBC's Andrew Harding, Seleka military chief Joseph Zoundeiko said his ...Nigeria Punch, 1 month ago CAR rebel leader rejects ceasefire BBC, 1 month ago Central African Republic rebel chief rejects ceasefire Africa Review, 1 month ago CAR crisis: Meeting the rebel army chief BBC, 1 month ago
At least 17 people were killed in fighting between rival factions of the former rebel movement Seleka in the Central African Republic, an officer in the African peacekeeping force there said Tuesday. The dead were all ex-rebels who battled on ...Naharnet, 3 weeks ago
A new UN mission has officially taken charge of peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic, with the tough task of ending ethnic and religious bloodshed there and helping bring back stability. The 7600-strong UN force, known by its ...MSN New Zealand, 1 day ago
French soldiers from the European Union's Eufor mission patrol in a street of the PK5, the last remaining Muslim district in Bangui on August 21, 2014 - by Pacome Pabamdji "Here, it's 24 hours a day," said student Yvon Sanga at the Kadam Kadam, ...XinMsn, 5 days ago C. African capital rediscovers nightlife, forgets conflict Yahoo! Singapore, 5 days ago
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BANGUI, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Elections set for February in Central African Republic to consummate a democratic transition after a March 2013 coup will probably be delayed because of persisting insecurity, the deputy head of the interim parliament said ...Reuters Africa, 2 weeks ago Central African Republic elections likely to be delayed by turmoil Polity.org.za, 2 weeks ago Central African Republic: Elections Likely to Be Delayed By Turmoil AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago C.A.R. Elections Likely to Be Delayed by Turmoil VOA News, 2 weeks ago
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