Is the UN Doing Enough in Central African Republic?
Prime Minister Simplice Sarandji has has voiced hope for reconciliation a country where conflict is still raging despite the presence of peacekeepers.
Central African Republic: Civilians Facing Atrocities in Basse-Kotto As UN Protection Proves Ineffective
AI London, 8 September 2017
A wave of brutal attacks in the Central African Republic, including the systematic rape and murder of civilians, highlights the urgent need for stronger UN action to protect… Read more »
Central African Republic: UN Seeks More Peacekeeping Troops for CAR As Violence Surges
Deutsche Welle, 16 September 2017
Officials say the situation has been deteriorating in the southeast of the country since US special forces withdrew. They were hunting for war crimes suspect Joseph Kony who heads… Read more »
Central African Republic: Rising Violence Uproots Record 1.1 Million
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 15 September 2017
A surge in militia fighting in several hotspots since May has driven the number of people seeking refuge in neighbouring nations Read more »
Central African Republic: NGO Highlights Problems With Sex Abuse Probe
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 14 September 2017
The United Nations said on Thursday it was looking into allegations that complaints of sexual abuse and exploitation made against its peacekeepers in the conflict-torn Central… Read more »