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August 11

  • Central African Republic: New Premier Kamoun - 'We Must All Work for Peace'

    Deutsche Welle

    The strife-torn Central African Republic now has a Muslim prime minister - for the first time since it gained independence from France in 1960. The challenges he faces are... Read more »



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August 07

  • Central African Republic: A Culture of Impunity - Is Now the Right Time to Push for Justice in the CAR? [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Amnesty International wants peace in the Central African Republic (don't we all?), but they also want justice. The rights group has named names, and called for prosecutions. SIMON... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Manassé Enza-Yamissi - the Central African in Trial At Valenciennes

    Africa Top Sports

    Manassé Enza-Yamissi could join his brother Eloge Enza-Yamissi. According to Mercato365, the international Central African defender was tried by Valenciennes. Read more »



August 06

  • Central African Republic: Resignation of Govt Must Not Open Door to Impunity [press release]

    AI London

    Following the resignation of the Prime Minister and his cabinet, Amnesty International has called on the relevant Central African Republic (CAR) authorities, including Transitional... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Melly - CAR Needs More Time to Stabilize [interview]

    Deutsche Welle

    The government of the Central African Republic (CAR) has stepped down. The resignation comes as part of a peace deal aimed at ending months of sectarian violence in which thousands... Read more »



August 05

  • Central African Republic: Govt Steps Down as Part of Peace Deal

    Deutsche Welle

    The government of the Central African Republic has stepped down. The resignation comes as part of a peace deal aimed at ending months of sectarian violence in which thousands have... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Aid for Over 2,000 People in Bambari [press release]

    ICRC

    Thousands of people displaced by violence in Bambari, in the east-central part of the Central African Republic, continue to live in conditions of great hardship. To help relieve... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: French Troops Kill Ex-Seleka Militiamen

    RFI

    Ex-Seleka members were killed during gunfights with French troops on Monday. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rwandan Civil Society Joins Quest for Peace in S. Sudan, CAR

    New Times

    Religious leaders and youth from South Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) are converging in Kigali for two days to discuss ways of ending conflict that has torn apart the... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Central African Republic - Aid for Over 2,000 People in Bambari [press release]

    PR Newswire

    Thousands of people displaced by violence in Bambari, in the east-central part of the Central African Republic, continue to live in conditions of great hardship. To help relieve... Read more »



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August 03

  • Angola: CAR Health Minister Leaves Luanda

    ANGOP

    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

    VOA

    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 »

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