August 05

August 04

August 03

  • Angola: CAR Health Minister Leaves Luanda


    The delegation of Central African Republic (CAR), led by its minister of Public Health, Social Affairs, Promotion of Gender and Humanitarian Action, Marguerite Samba-Maliavo, has... Read more »

August 01

  • Central African Republic: Clashes Take Heavy Toll in CAR

    UN News

    United Nations humanitarian staff working in crisis-torn Central African Republic (CAR) reported today that despite peace talks, civilians continue to be caught in crossfire in... Read more »

  • Africa: WFP Chief Warns of Africa Food Shortages


    World Food Program (WFP) executive director Ertharin Cousin says food insecurity in Malakal, South Sudan is increasing as over a million homeless have fled the violence. Read more »

  • Angola: Angolan and CAR Authorities Assess Accords


    The delegations of Angola, chaired by the minister of External Relations, Georges Chikoti, and Central African Republic (CAR), led by minister of Public Health, Social Affairs,... Read more »

July 31

  • Central African Republic: Violence Continues Despite Peace Deal

    Cameroon Tribune

    In spite of the signing in Brazzaville, Congo of a ceasefire deal on July 23, 2014, between the warring sides in the Central African Republic, CAR conflict, violence still... Read more »

July 30

July 29

  • Central African Republic: A Tentative Ceasefire in CAR


    While the ceasefire signed in Brazzaville on 23 July by the two principal armed factions in the Central African Republic (CAR), the ex-Seleka and anti-Balaka, was widely greeted as... Read more »

July 28

  • Central African Republic: Will (re)constructing Security Sector Help? [analysis]

    African Arguments

    Amnesty International recently published a report calling for the investigation, prosecution and punishment of the perpetrators in the on-going violent conflict in CAR. The report... Read more »

July 25

July 24

July 23

  • Central African Republic: Rebel Ceasefires 'Not Respected for Long' [interview]

    Deutsche Welle

    Rebels in the Central African Republic were due to sign a cease-fire agreement on Wednesday (23.07.2014). David Smith says even if the Seleka rebels drop their call for partition,... Read more »

July 22

  • Central African Republic: Rebels Want Country Partitioned

    Cameroon Tribune

    Armed militias are expected to sign a deal ending hostilities before eventual negotiations on a comprehensive agreement. Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Peace Talks Suspended Due to Seleka Absence


    Peace talks between the government of the Central African Republic and rebels have been suspended, after the main rebel group failed to show up for the second day of the session. Read more »

  • Central African Republic: UN Needs More Funding for Refugees


    The UN refugee agency said it needs three times as much money as it's already received to provide basic aid to the hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Central African... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: UN Agency Renews Call On Donors to Support Refugees

    UN News

    The United Nations refugee agency today called on donors to increase funding for programmes in neighbouring countries hosting refugees from the Central African Republic (CAR). Read more »

  • Central African Republic: UNHCR Seeks U.S $210 Million in Revised Appeal for Refugees [press release]


    The UN refugee agency and its partners today appealed for greater donor support to cope with the continuing outflow and deteriorating condition of refugees from the Central African... Read more »

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