UN Awards Rwandan Peacekeepers in Central African Republic
[News of Rwanda] The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA), on Thursday awarded Rwandan Peacekeepers in recognition of their professionalism, dedication and discipline.
What's Next for the Country?
[Deutsche Welle] Rebels in the Central African Republic (CAR) are regrouping and up to 20 people have been killed in recent attacks. Peace continues to elude the CAR two years after a UN peacekeeping mission there was launched.
Army Chief of Staff Commends Peacekeepers in CAR
[Focus] Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) Army Chief of Staff, Maj. Gen. Jacques Musemakweli has commended the good performance of Rwandan peacekeepers in Central African Republic (CAR).
Seleka, Anti-Balaka Fighters Clash
[Cameroon Tribune] Several people are reported killed in the fighting of Saturday in Kaga-Bandoro in the centre of the country.
Dozens Killed in Massacre
[Al Jazeera] Rebels have killed dozens of villagers close to a town in the centre of the Central African Republic (CAR), according to a presidential spokesman.
UN Assess RNP's Deployment Readiness
[Focus] A team of three experts from the United Nations, on September 19, completed a week long Assessment of Operational Capabilities (AOC) of three contingents of 420 Police officers set to be deployed for peacekeeping duties in Central African Republic.
UN Assess RNP's Deployment Readiness
[New Times] A team of three experts from the United Nations, yesterday, completed a week-long Assessment of Operational Capabilities (AOC) of three contingents of 420 Police officers set to be deployed for peacekeeping duties in Central African Republic (CAR).
Women Farmers Rebuilding Agriculture
[RFI] Farmers in the Central African Republic are struggling to bounce back from years of intermittent violence, where smallholder female farmers were unable to tend their fields during the conflict. With support from local non-governmental organisations working from the grassroots level, women farmers are creating new opportunities to get back on their feet.
Central African Republic - Inside the Cholera Epidemic
[Daily Maverick] The little mud house is surrounded by four fresh graves. Actually, they can hardly be called graves. They are just mounds of earth, hastily built when the family members started dying of a then unknown disease. By DIDIER MARTIAL PABANDJI.
CAR, Chad, Sudan Discuss Joint Border Force
[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -The Presidents of Sudan, Chad, and the Central Africa Republic held a meeting in El Fasher this week, at the conclusion of the celebration of Doha Document for Peace in Darfur.
Angola, DR Congo Discuss Security Issue
[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan president JosĂ© Eduardo dos Santos Thursday in Luanda received in audience the minister of Foreign Affairs of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Raymond Tshibanda, with whom he discussed political and military instability in DRC and the Great Lakes region.
Angola and Central Africa Republic Seek Stronger Cooperation
[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola and Central Africa Republic want to sign soon a new cooperation accord to boost existing bilateral relations.
Central African Republic Thanks Angolan President Support
[ANGOP] Luanda -A message of thanks from the members of the Parliament of the Central African Republic (CAR) and its people was presented Thursday to the Angolan Head of State, JosĂ© Eduardo dos Santos.
Creation of Angola/CAR Parliamentary Association Proposed
[ANGOP] Luanda -The creation of a parliamentary friendship association between Angola and the Central African Republic was proposed Wednesday in Luanda, intended to reinforce the cooperation between the two countries.
Tripartite Summit Held Between Presidents of Sudan, Chad and the Central African Republic
[SNA] Al-Fasher -The Presidents of Sudan, Chad and the Central African Republic, Wednesday held a tripartite summit in Al-Fasher, the capital of North Darfur State, on the sidelines of their participation in a festival marking completion of the implementation of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur.
Healing The Wounds Of Insecurity
[Cameroon Tribune] The putting in place of an emergency programme remains the most practical panacea for internally displaced children.
President of Central African Republic Concludes Visit to Sudan
[SNA] Al-Fasher -The President of the Central African Republic, Prof. Faustin Archange, Wednesday concluded his visit to Sudan after participating in a celebration held in Al-Fasher, the capital of North Darfur State, marking completion of the implementation of Doha Document for Peace in Darfur.
Angola and Central African Republic Strengthen Parliamentary Cooperation
[ANGOP] Luanda -The strengthening of parliamentary cooperation between Angola and Central Africa Republic will dominate the agenda for the official visit of CAR's National Assembly speaker starting on Tuesday in Luanda.
UN Paying Blacklisted Diamond Company
[IRIN] The UN has paid more than half a million dollars to a company on its own sanctions list for allegedly fueling the conflict in Central African Republic through the sale of 'blood diamonds', an IRIN investigation reveals.
Judge Orders Legal Aid for Bemba in Witness Corruption Case
[Bemba Trial Website] A judge has ordered the Registry at the International Criminal Court (ICC) to advance legal aid to Jean-Pierre Bemba until the court issues a final decision on the former Congolese vice president's financial status. The judge's decision follows an appeal by a defense lawyer who claimed the team had reached a point where "it has absolutely no funding."