Challenges Ahead in Ending Central African Republic's Conflict
The country requires urgent efforts to bridge divisions that sustain violence, build intercommunity confidence and secure a lasting agreement that will end the five-year conflict, writes Ndubuisi Christian Ani for International Crisis Group.
UN Secretary Genera António Guterres visits the wounded in Central African Republic.
Central African Republic: UN Chief Pays Tribute to Courage, Resilience of People of Central African Republic
UN News, 27 October 2017
Addressing lawmakers in the Central African Republic, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Friday stressed the international community's commitment to… Read more »
Central African Republic: Central African Republic - the Challenge of Stabilization
Africa Renewal, 27 October 2017
In armored vehicles and helicopters, forces of the United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) entered Bocaranga on 7 October to free the city from the grips… Read more »
Human Rights Watch has called on the UN to renew the mandate of its peacekeeping mission before it ends in November, as violence threatening civilians has surged in recent months. Read more »