Three Days of Mourning for Victims of CAR Massacre
According to one U.N. official, militia group 3R called a meeting of residents of nearby villages, then opened fire, Killing over 50 people in a town near the border with Chad.
Central African Republic president Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona.
Central African Republic: First Aid in Years Lifts Hope for Cut-Off Towns in Central African Republic
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 14 May 2019
Since heavy fighting broke out in 2017 the road to Mingala has been blocked by armed groups who set up checkpoints to collect taxes, aid workers said Read more »
Central African Republic: International Outcry Over Massacre of 34 Civilians
Cameroon Tribune, 24 May 2019
The killings on May 22, 2019 are the first major threat to the peace accord signed last February Read more »
Central African Republic: CAR Conflict - Fund Created for Compensation of Victims
Cameroon Tribune, 13 May 2019
A truth and reconciliation commission will also be put in place to help bring about lasting peace. Read more »
Central Africa: Nature Conservation Projects Marred By Human Rights Violations
Deutsche Welle, 16 May 2019
Arrests, torture, murder: Is there a link between environmental protection organization WWF and brutal action taken by park rangers in Africa against civilians? Payments by Germany… Read more »