UN Warns of Genocide in Central African Republic
The UN's aid chief says there are "early warning signs of genocide" in the country with militia groups attacking villages "cleansing them of people not of their type" .
Burnt down houses in Zéré (file photo).
Central African Republic: Muslims Seek Refuge in Cathedral to Escape Violence
CISA, 1 August 2017
Two thousand Muslims have taken refuge in the Cathedral of Bangassou and are being guarded by UN peacekeepers, Bishop Juan José Aguirre Muñoz of Bangassou said July… Read more »
Central African Republic: UN Peacekeeping Chief Warns Security Council About Insecurity in the Country
UN News, 28 July 2017
The head of the United Nations peacekeeping operations has warned that the increased intensity of attacks on civilians and peacekeepers is bringing Central African Republic (CAR)… Read more »
Central African Republic: UN Peacekeeping Chief Underscores Political Solution to End Violence
UN News, 31 July 2017
The top United Nations peacekeeping official is in the Central African Republic where he today discussed the security situation and the political process, while paying homage to… Read more »