CAR's Transitional Leader Says 'Anarchy is Over'
The National Transitional Council has begun the search for a new interim president as some members of the country's security forces reported back for duty.
Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet, the head of National Transitional Council.
Central African Republic: Acting President Appeals for Reconciliation
Cameroon Tribune, 13 January 2014
As the Central African Republic, CAR's interim Parliament, the National Transitional Council, CNT, begins meeting today, January 14, 2014, in an extraordinary 10-day session to ... read more »
Central African Republic: Interim Leader Vows to Restore Security in Bangui
Voice of America, 13 January 2014
The Central African Republic's new interim president says he is taking steps to restore security in the capital, Bangui. read more »
Central African Republic: UN Envoy Urges Calm After Transition Leaders Step Down
Africa Renewal, 13 January 2014
Following the resignation of the Central African Republic's two interim leaders, the top United Nations official in the crisis-riven country called for calm today, urging the ... read more »
Central African Republic: New Transitional Leader Could Help Restore Hope, UN Official Says
UN News Service, 13 January 2014
The speedy election of a new transition leader is crucial to the stability of the Central African Republic, a senior United Nations official said today, stressing also the ... read more »
Central African Republic: China Hopes Central African Republic Will Have New Leaders Soon
Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, 13 January 2014
China hopes the Central African Republic will have new interim leaders at an early date, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Monday. read more »
Central African Republic: Friendship Triumphs Over Prejudice Amid Violence in Central African Republic (press release)
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 10 January 2014
Edgar* looks exhausted. He has just reached the Zongo office of the National Commission for Refugees in northern Democratic Republic of the Congo after crossing the Oubangui River ... read more »