Rebels Declare Autonomous State in Central African Republic

Nourredine Adam, the leader of a splinter faction of the Muslim Seleka rebel group, has proclaimed the Republic of Logone in his northeastern stronghold.

  • Central African Republic:   CAR Rebel Leader Declares Autonomous State

    Al Jazeera, 15 December 2015

    A Muslim rebel leader in the Central African Republic (CAR) has declared an autonomous state in his northeastern stronghold after rejecting upcoming elections aimed at ending years… Read more »

Photo: IRIN News

Ex-Seleka fighters.

  • Central African Republic:   Rebel Leader Declares Autonomous State

    Deutsche Welle, 16 December 2015

    The north of the Central African Republic has been declared an autonomous state by a Muslim rebel leader. The country's transitional government has declared the move illegal and… Read more »

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    HRW, 17 December 2015

    The government of the Central African Republic and United Nations peacekeepers should urgently address sexual violence against women and girls by armed militia in the capital,… Read more »

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    RFI, 14 December 2015

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