Representative to Central African Republic says time has come to impose sanctions on rebels and deploy security force.
One of the most important remaining populations of African forest elephants lives in and around Dzanga Bai. The Wildlife Conservation Society stands with our conservation partner WWF, calling for immediate action to stop the killing of these elephants.
An elephant lies maimed and dead by a pool of its own blood, one of at least 26 of the majestic creatures slaughtered for their ivory in Central African Republic.Four calves were among the victims of the massacre, which was carried out...Show More Summary
Suspected ivory poachers have slaughtered 26 elephants in the Dzanga Bai reserve, in the Central African Republic, known as the “village of elephants,” the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said on Friday.
Two summers ago I visited the Ba'Aka Pygmies in the deep south of the Central African Republic (CAR), along with my two adult sons, Elijah...
The government of the Central African republic of Chad said it has prevented a putsch set to take place on May 1.
Elephants are currently being slaughtered in huge numbers in the Central African Republic (CAR), according to field reports that the WWF and WCS have received in recent days. Because of the ongoing and high-levels of violence and disruption in the region, the exact numbers are as of now not clear. Show More Summary
A growing Asian demand for ivory is threatening the region's entire population.
A rebel in the Central African Republic. Photo via African politics is a weird mixture of ancient tribal mentalities and democratic ideals imported from the West. It's proven to be a pretty volatile combination on the continent, one that spurs much of its political strife. Show More Summary
A rebel in the Central African Republic. Photo via. African politics is a weird mixture of ancient tribal mentalities and democratic ideals imported from the West. It's proven to be a pretty volatile combination on the continent and one that spurs much of its political strife. Show More Summary
Mob kills disarmed Seleka fighters in Bangui amid tensions between group and residents of Central African Republic city.
The future of the CAR is naturally uncertain. For the country to become capable of controlling its destiny and asserting its sovereignty by preventing armed militias from entering its land, Séléka must avoid the mistakes of its predecessor.
Revenue Procedure 2013-23 announced that the Central African Republic, Sudan and Tunisia are the only three countries for 2012 where it was determined that war, civil unrest, or similar adverse conditions precluded the normal conduct of business for purposes of...
(BANGUI, Central African Republic) — About 2,000 people have taken to the streets of Central African Republic’s capital after rebel fighters fatally shot a motorcyclist. Thursday’s demonstration highlights the growing resentment toward pillaging that is being blamed on members of the Seleka group that overthrew the president several weeks ago. Show More Summary
Francois Boziz spent 10 years as president of the Central African Republic before, last month, one of the country's rebel groups ousted him from power. Boziz 's rule was notoriously corrupt, so the world was not too sad to see him flee to neighboring Cameroon. Read full article >>
Looters ransacking one of the deserted homes of former Central African Republic President François Bozizé apparently made an extremely unpleasant discovery last month after rebels overthrew the government: two human skeletons stashed in two holes beneath the ousted leader's garage floor (see the picture above). Show More Summary
Self-appointed leader says he will step down if not selected as interim president of Central African Republic.
President Jacob Zuma announces full withdrawal from Central African Republic after criticism over death of 13 soldiers.
The country stopped the hunt after a coup in the Central African Republic.
As was noted earlier on Reason 24/7, Bitcoin now holds more value than the entire currency stock of 20 nations. Granted, the 20 nations in question (which include Bhutan, Guinea-Bissau, Samoa, and the Central African Republic) do not include...Show More Summary