Saving the Central African Republic

AllAfrica's publishing partners look at the implications of the rebel advance on the capital, Bangui, and how the crisis might be resolved.

  • Central African Republic:  Rebels Demand Resignation of Bozize

    Radio France Internationale, 6 January 2013

    Rebels in the Central African Republic have repeated their demands that any peace deal must include President François Bozizé stepping down. read more »

Photo: IRIN

Rebels in the Central African Republic (file photo).

  • Central African Republic:  President Vows to Stay Put

    The New Times, 5 January 2013

    President Francois Bozize of the Central African Republic (CAR) has reaffirmed that he would reject the rebel's demand to step down as related parties are working to decide on a ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Rebel Advance Worsens Humanitarian Crisis

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 4 January 2013

    A rebel takeover of several key towns in the Central African Republic (CAR) has placed additional strain on humanitarian conditions that were already precarious due to years of ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  UN Agency Calls for End to Child Soldiers

    United Nations Children's Fund, 4 January 2013

    UNICEF said today that it had received credible reports that rebel groups and pro-government militias are increasingly recruiting and involving children in armed conflict in the ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Avoiding Another Battle of Bangui (analysis)

    International Crisis Group, 2 January 2013

    Over the last three weeks, the "Seleka" rebellion has extended its control over a large part of the Central African Republic (CAR) and is now on the doorstep of the capital, ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Rebels Weaken Bozizé's Grip on Power? (analysis)

    Chatham House, 28 December 2012

    The Central African Republic, known best for its history of coups, military revolts and brutal rule is back in the headlines following a lightening rebel advance on the capital ... read more »