More Refugees Flee Carnage in Central African Republic
The UN says the number of people needing urgent assistance has increased dramatically this year, due to the resurgence of violence as bloody conflicts between Muslim Seleka fighters, Christian anti-Balakas and some segments of the population continue.
Central African Republic: Thousands Seek Refuge in DR Congo
VOA, 22 May 2018
The U.N. refugee agency reports an uptick in fighting in south-eastern Central African Republic has driven more than 7.000 people to abandon their homes and seek refuge in a remote… Read more »
Central African Republic: Crucial Court for Victims
HRW, 17 May 2018
Recent violence in the Central African Republic makes the country's new Special Criminal Court especially important as a means to offer justice to victims of brutal crimes… Read more »