CAR Soldiers Refuse to Leave Cameroon
Soldiers from the Central African Republic who fled to Cameroon are refusing to go back, fearing insecurity and prosecution.
Soldiers of the Central African Republic's armed forces.
Cameroon Tribune, 2 August 2013
Events of March 24, 2013 in the Central African Republic (CAR) which saw former President François Bozize deposed by Michel Djotodia, left a bitter pill for neighbouring ... read more »
Central African Republic: UN Reports 'Widespread' Lawlessness
UN News Service, 5 July 2013
The United Nations refugee agency said today it is extremely concerned for more than 200,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) and over 20,000 refugees who have been affected by ... read more »
Central African Republic: Abandoned to Its Fate?
Medecins Sans Frontieres, 9 July 2013
Three months after Seleka forces seized power in Central African Republic, the country is in the grip of a humanitarian emergency while the international community looks on with ... read more »
Central African Republic: Opening the Door to Families Fleeing Violence in Central African Republic
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 10 July 2013
Yvette Nzwambe is a mother of eight who, despite living in extremely challenging circumstances, has opened up her modest home to welcome 40 refugees who have fled conflict in ... read more »
Central African Republic: President Says 'Security Has Returned'
Voice of America, 16 July 2013
The Central African Republic's (CAR) rebel leader-turned-interim president, Michel Djotodia, said late Monday that "security has returned' to much of the CAR despite continued ... read more »
Central African Republic: PM Appeals for Support
African Union, 8 July 2013
The Prime Minister of the Transitional Government in the Central African Republic, H.E. Nicolas Tiangaye has requested the African Union and the international community to increase ... read more »
Central African Republic: CAR Presidential Envoy Appreciates Cameroon's Support
Cameroon Tribune, 31 July 2013
Idriss Salao yesterday handed a sealed message to Prime Minister Philemon Yang. read more »