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August 16

  • Central African Republic: Reports - Ex-Seleka Rebels Kill 34

    VOA

    Officials and witnesses in the Central African Republic say suspected Muslim rebels have killed at least 34 people over the past week in a series of raids on northern villages. Read more »



August 14

  • Central African Republic: What Hope for Extended Ceasefire? [analysis]

    African Arguments

    The signing of a ceasefire on 23 July between the CAR's Seleka rebels and anti-Balaka fighters raised some hopes of a political solution after more than a year of violence. Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Letter From Central African Republic - Blameless in Bangui [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    In the Central African Republic, where an ongoing civil conflict has killed scores and displaced hundreds of thousands, no two narratives converge. There have been repeated... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Thousands of People Fearing Violence Look for Refuge At the Hospital and Military Compound in Batangafo [press release]

    MSF

    Batangafo, in northern CAR, tries to regain normality after intense fighting between Seleka militias and Sangaris forces last week. The clashes left dozens dead and wounded, and... Read more »



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August 10

  • Central African Republic: Nation Gets First Muslim Prime Minister

    VOA

    The Central African Republic has its first Muslim prime minister. Read more »

  • Central African Republic: Former Seleka Advisor Named as New PM

    RFI

    Central African Republic's president Catherine Samba Panza appointed Mahamat Kamoun as her prime minister on Sunday as part of an effort to create a more unified government after... Read more »

  • Central African Republic: President Names Muslim As New PM

    Deutsche Welle

    Central African President Catherine Samba Panza has named a Muslim as the country's new prime minister. The appointment is a bid to make the government more representative of CAR's... Read more »



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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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