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  • Central African Republic: Land Can Knit the CAR Together

    Africa In Fact

    The problem with land, or rather "space", in the Central African Republic (CAR) becomes apparent immediately upon leaving the airport. On the apron side, where shiny planes with... Read more »

  • Africa: U.S Waivers Could Send Mixed Signals On Use of Child Soldiers


    President Barack Obama has waived restrictions against providing military aid to six countries cited this year for using child soldiers. The countries, mostly in Africa, were among... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Bambari Hospital a Lone Place of Help in Violence-Plagued CAR


    In the Central African Republic (C.A.R.) - almost 2 years of conflict - has left the country's 2nd city, Bambari, without a government. The only establishment still functioning is... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: EU Trust Fund to Help Rebuild Central African Republic

    Deutsche Welle

    EU peacekeepers are set to stay in the Central African Republic for an extra three months to allow more time for the transition to UN peacekeeping operation. The EU has also... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: God's War in Middle Africa [analysis]


    Although the civil war in the Central African Republic now a religious character, it is not religious in origin. Decades of bad governance and political instability have... Read more »

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