Central African Republic's Conflict Spreading - UN
The UN says once safe areas, such as the capital Bangui and the country's second city and commercial hub, Bambari, have become war zones.
A military and police patrol in Bangui (file photo).
Central African Republic: The Country Continues Slide to Full-Scale War
VOA, 29 May 2018
The United Nations reports Central African Republic’s five-year-old civil war is intensifying and has now spread to practically all parts of the country, even to those areas… Read more »
Central African Republic: Internet Rollout Defies Worsening Civil War
CAJ News, 28 May 2018
GLOBAL organisations are braving the escalating civil war in the Central African Republic (CAR) to provide shared internet connectivity services and security telecommunications… Read more »
Nation, 6 May 2018
Sudan has summoned the Central African Republic (CAR) ambassador to protest the deadly attack on its embassy in Bangui, Foreign Affairs ministry said. Read more »
New Times, 7 May 2018
Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) on Sunday started the deployment of the main body of a Mechanised Infantry Battle Group to United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization… Read more »
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 ... Read more »