CAR's Interim President Resigns


Central Africa's regional body has announced that the Interim President of the Central African Republic, Michel Djotodia, has resigned following months of unrest and sectarian violence.
  • Central African Republic:  Interim President Resigns

    Voice of America, 10 January 2014

    The interim president of the Central African Republic has resigned, after months of political unrest and sectarian violence. read more »

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Interim President Michel Djotodia.

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  • Central African Republic:  President, PM Resign

    Radio France Internationale, 10 January 2014

    The Central African Republic's interim president, Michel Djotodia, has resigned along with prime minister Nicolas Tiangaye. read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Regional Leaders Meet on Crisis

    Voice of America, 9 January 2014

    Regional leaders from the Economic Community of Central African States ((ECCAS)) are meeting today in the Chadian capital N'Djamena on the crisis in the Central African Republic. read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Urgent Aid Needed for One Million Displaced

    UN News Service, 8 January 2014

    A United Nations human rights expert today called for urgent protection and increased assistance to the growing number of persons displaced by violence in the Central African ... read more »

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  • Central African Republic:  Only Concerted International Action Can Prevent an Appalling Tragedy From Spiralling Further Out of Control

    European Union External Action, 30 December 2013

    Reacting to the escalating humanitarian catastrophe in the Central African Republic (CAR), Kristalina Georgieva, EU Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Debate Continues Over UN Force for CAR

    Voice of America, 6 January 2014

    The U.N. Security Council is scheduled to discuss the situation in the Central African Republic Monday, amid mounting calls for a U.N. peacekeeping force to stop communal violence ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  UN - Half of CAR in Need of Aid

    Voice of America, 7 January 2014

    The U.N. political affairs chief said the humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic is deteriorating at an alarming rate following a wave of sectarian violence. read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Relief Workers Scaling Up Efforts to Reach Displaced in CAR

    Voice of America, 7 January 2014

    The World Food Program and the U.N. refugee agency have launched an effort to scale up emergency food distribution to thousands of displaced people in the Central African Republic. ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Little Aid for Growing Numbers of Displaced in CAR

    Voice of America, 6 January 2014

    Fighting in the Central African Republic has displaced more than 900,000 people, according to the U.N. refugee agency. VOA reporter says sites where the displaced gather are ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Insecurity Hampers UN Aid Efforts for 2.2 Million in Strife-Torn Central African Republic

    UN News Service, 6 January 2014

    With nearly 1 million civilians driven from their homes by conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) and 2.2 million - about half the population - in need of humanitarian aid, ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Food Aid Flows in Bangui Again

    UN News Service, 7 January 2014

    The United Nations today resumed food aid for some 100,000 displaced people in Bangui, capital of the strife-torn Central African Republic (CAR), for the first time in nearly three ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Food Aid Distributed At CAR's Bangui Airport

    Voice of America, 8 January 2014

    International aid agencies are trying to distribute food aid and other assistance to an estimated 100,000 displaced people living in makeshift tents at the airport in Bangui, ... read more »

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