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Hundreds of Muslims are 'trapped' in Central African Republic

An ongoing conflict in the Central African Republic has left hundreds of Muslims displaced in enclaves, trapped in horrible conditions and unable to seek safety aboard. The information comes form a Human Rights Watch (HRW) report released...Show More Summary

Hundreds of Muslims Are Trapped in Enclaves in the Central African Republic

Those trapped "face a grim choice: leave and face possible attack from anti-balaka fighters, or stay and die from hunger and disease," reports HRW

David Manga juggles then scores brilliant 20-yard volley

Why hello there, Israel Premier League. And hello there, David Manga! The Central African Republic international got the ball 20 yards from goal and realized, "hey, nobody is going to close me down so I might as well keep juggling and then shoot." Manga already led the league with nine assists and now he has the best goal too. Just rename it the David Manga Premier League.

David Manga scores AMAZING goal in Israeli Premier League [VIDEO]

In the video above, David Manga scored a beautiful goal vs. Hapoel Acre this past weekend. Manga and Kiryat Shmona took a commanding 2-0 lead, but Acre came back and tied the match at 2-2. Manga, a Central African Republic international leads the Israeli Premier League in assists with 9 and has now scored two […]

TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2014

From the gruesome civil war in Central African Republic to the geopolitical conflict in Ukraine, the devastation in Gaza and the humanitarian crisis in Syria, TIME's photographers produced some of the most compelling images of the past 12 months

William Daniels Wins 2014 Tim Hetherington Grant

The photographer has spent the last year documenting the impact of strife in Central African Republic

William Daniels Wins 2014 Tim Hetherington Grant

The photographer has spent the last year documenting Central African Republic's violent tensions

TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2014

From the gruesome civil war in Central African Republic to the geopolitical conflict in Ukraine, the devastation in Gaza and the humanitarian crisis in Syria, TIME's photographers produced some of the most compelling images of the past 12 months

Cameroon Army Liberates Kidnapped Polish Priest after Two Months of Captivity

A Polish missionary abducted by Muslim rebels from the Central African Republic on October 12 has been freed by the Cameroon army after two months in captivity. A “special military operation” has freed 16 hostages, including Polish Catholic...Show More Summary

Western media: Stop ignoring the Central African Republic crisis

With gunfire and mob attacks in the streets of the capital, the Central African Republic is teetering again on the edge of mass violence. Nine people killed were killed in two days, including a UN peacekeeper from Pakistan and a Muslim civilian whose dead body was decapitated and burned by an angry mob in the capital, Bangui. But world's media...

World View: Renewed Violence in Central African Republic Despite Peacekeepers

This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com The daily needs of a single Ebola patient U.N. envoy makes highly emotional appeal to Turkey to save Kobani Renewed violence in Central African Republic despite peacekeepersShow More Summary

Clashes break out in Central African Republic

Fighting in Bangui kills eight people and injures 25 others, as clashes rage for a second day.

Sacrificing of Myself Rather Than Animal This Eid al-Adha?

Observing the Muslim Eid by giving of myself especially at a time when too many innocent humans have been sacrificed by the vanity of political agendas. From Muslim inhabitants in Myanmar, Ogaden, and the Central African Republic, to the broader populations of Syria, Iraq, and Ukraine, this has been a particularly bloody year. Show More Summary

Hanging by a Thread

The U.N.'s new mission to the war-torn Central African Republic needs more money, manpower, and training. How can it possibly succeed?

The Cannibal Emperor of Bangui and Africa’s Forgotten Conflict

Image via Getty Tomorrow marks the 35th anniversary of the French-organized military coup that ousted the cannibalistic self-proclaimed Emperor of the Central African Republic, Jean-Bédel Bokassa. Today, Bokassa’s former ‘empire’ isShow More Summary

Can the UN halt CAR killings?

The United Nations takes over responsibility for peacekeeping in troubled Central African Republic.

U.S. reopens embassy in Central African Republic

WASHINGTON — The State Department says it’s reopening the U.S. Embassy in the Central African Republic. The U.S. evacuated the facility in Bangui, suspended operations and urged Americans to leave in December 2012 because of sectarian violence that left thousands of people dead. The U.N. Show More Summary

U.N. Taking Over Central African Republic Peacekeeping

(BANGUI, Central African Republic) — The United Nations is set to take over a regional African peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic on Monday, nine months after sectarian violence erupted that has left at least 5,000 people dead and has forced tens of thousands of Muslims to flee into exile in neighboring countries. MoreHow to…

Devastating Sectarian Conflict in Central African Republic Has Killed More than 5,000 This Year

In a new tally by the Associated Press, a longstanding but escalating conflict between rival Christian and Muslim militias in the Central African Republic has taken the lives of more than 5,000 people since December of last year. The...Show More Summary

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