Thousands Flee Reprisal Attacks in CAR


Fresh violence and reprisal attacks in the Central African Republic town of Bambari has left at least 45 people dead and thousands displaced.


  • Central Africa:  CAR Armed Rivals Welcome Transition Directives

    Cameroon Tribune, 29 June 2014

    Militia leaders say they will respect last weekend's recommendations by sub-regional Heads of State. read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Thousands Flee Attacks

    Voice of America, 28 June 2014

    The U.N. refugee agency reports thousands of people have fled this week from deadly attacks by various groups of armed men in the Central African Republic town of Bambari. read more »

Anti Balaka fighters at Bangui´s estate PK9, waiting to attack Muslim IDP convoys passing along the road.

  • Africa:  More Than 30 Injured Taken to Bambari Hospital

    International Committee of the Red Cross, 26 June 2014

    Tensions remain high in the streets of Bambari following an outbreak of inter-community violence in the region. On 23 June, so many injured patients were arriving at Bambari ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Thousands Flee Fresh Violence in Central African Republic Town of Bambari

    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 27 June 2014

    Fresh violence and reprisal attacks in and around the Central African Republic town of Bambari has displaced thousands of people and left at least 45 people dead and scores wounded ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  ICC Investigation Needed - Human Rights Watch

    Human Rights Watch, 26 June 2014

    The International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor should accept a request from the Central African Republic government to open a new investigation into serious crimes committed in ... read more »

  • Cameroon:  Malnutrition Hits Children Arriving From Central African Republic

    United Nations World Food Programme, 24 June 2014

    In Cameroon up to 1 out of 3 refugee children from Central African Republic suffer from malnutrition, a recent United Nations assessment found. Kinday Samba, WFP senior ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Renewed Conflict in Central CAR's Bambari Displaces Thousands of People

    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 27 June 2014

    This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Melissa Fleming - to whom quoted text may be attributed - at the press briefing, on 27 June 2014, at the Palais des Nations ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  Wasting Away in Camps, Hoping for Peace to Return to the Central African Republic

    International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 27 June 2014

    Months of civil unrest in the Central African Republic have left many scars on those caught in the middle. Overnight, bread winners have been reduced to dependents, many talk about ... read more »

  • Central African Republic:  CAR Moslem Herdsmen Killed in Reprisal Attack

    Cameroon Tribune, 25 June 2014

    The sectarian violence in the Central African Republic, CAR, appears to know no end, following the killing of at least 15 Moslem Peul pastoralists in Liwa village near the northern ... read more »