UN Condemns Killing of Peacekeepers in Central African Republic
The UN says this brings to five, the number of peacekeepers killed in targeted attacks in the country since January 2018, with two attacks occurring in the space of a week.
Central African Republic: UN Chief Condemns Killing of Peacekeeper - the Second in a Week
UN News, 12 June 2018
The United Nations chief has strongly condemned Sunday's attack that killed a peacekeeper in the Central African Republic (CAR); the second 'blue helmet' to lose his life there in… Read more »
Des véhicules de la MINUSCA en République centrafricaine.
Central African Republic: Rebels Kill Yet Another UN Peacekeeper in CAR
CAJ News, 5 June 2018
ARMED militants have killed a United Nations (UN) peacekeeper and injured seven others during an attack in the Central African Republic (CAR). Read more »
CAJ News, 12 June 2018
THE latest attacks by rebel groups in the Central African Republic (CAR) have left a United Nations (UN) peacekeeper dead. Read more »
Central African Republic: Dar Loses Peacekeeper in Central Africa, UN Condemns
Daily News, 6 June 2018
THE UN Security Council has condemned in the strongest terms an attack by armed elements against a patrol unit of the Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the… Read more »
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. Read more »