Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park, in northern Republic of Congo, consists of sixteen hundred square miles of Central African rain forest and is jointly administered by the Congolese ministry of forests and the Wildlife Conservation Society, of the Bronx. Show More Summary
UN peacekeepers repelled the attack in Kaga-Bandoro that targeted civilians, killing at least 12 assailants.
KAGA BANDORO, Central African Republic (Reuters) - Thirty people were killed and 57 others wounded during an attack on refugees by largely Muslim Seleka militia in the north of Central African Republic on Wednesday, U.N. peacekeepers said on Thursday.
Thirty people were killed and 57 hurt in clashes between mainly-Muslim militia and UN peacekeepers in Central African Republic, the UN mission said Thursday. The fighting Wednesday in the central market town of Kaga Bandoro began when a member of the mainly Muslim ex-Seleka militia was killed during an attempted robbery by the group.
KAGA BANDORO, Central African Republic (Reuters) - Fighters from Central African Republic's largely Muslim 'Seleka' militia attacked refugees in the country's remote north on Wednesday, stabbing or hacking to death at least 10 people before U.N. peacekeepers dispersed them, witnesses said.
IF The Displaced Residents From War Torn "Central African Republic" And "The Democratic Republic Of The Congo" Have POST TRAUMATIC STRESS SYNDROME Thanks To The VIOLENCE And INHUMANITY That They Witnessed IN THE CONTEXT OF A NATION WHOSE...Show More Summary
DAKAR/UNITED NATIONS/PARIS (Reuters) - A draft United Nations memo seen by Reuters suggests that dozens allegations of sexual abuse against U.N. peacekeepers in Central African Republic have been fabricated by people seeking financial payoffs.
PARIS (Reuters) - France said on Friday it was keeping an eye on the worsening security situation in Central African Republic, but that there was no change in the timeframe to withdraw the bulk of its troops by the end of the month.
BANGUI (Reuters) - Eleven people were killed in clashes in Central African Republic's capital this week set off by the murder of an army officer, the country's United Nation's peacekeeping mission said on Thursday.
Eleven people were killed and 14 remain missing after clashes in the Central African Republic earlier this week triggered by the murder of an army officer, the UN said Thursday. The violence in the capital Bangui Tuesday erupted after...Show More Summary
Muslim rebels in the Central African Republic raided a predominantly Christian village and killed 26 people in a door-to-door attack last Friday.
DAKAR (Reuters) - Six people were killed last week in Central African Republic in fighting between rival armed groups, the country's U.N. peacekeeping mission and the government said on Monday, revising down an earlier toll.
Militia fighters in the Central African Republic have killed at least 20 people and wounded several more in attacks in the centre of the country, a police source said Sunday. "At least 20 people were killed and several others wounded in attacks mounted Friday by elements of the ex-Seleka (militia) against Kaga Bandoro and nearby villages," the source said.
The incident that took place in a village in the central part of the CAR marks the worst bloodshed in recent months.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Rebels have killed 26 villagers in northern Central African Republic, a spokesman for the presidency said on Saturday.
Farmers in the Central African Republic are struggling to bounce back from years of 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.
Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Kirill said that the events in Nigeria and Central African Republic linked with massive murder of Christians are particularly "terrible."
President Faustin Archange Touadera told Sputnik in an exclusive interview that the Central African Republic and Russia have a great potential for stepping up partnership.
The Central African Republic (CAR) will not back down on its attempts to hold French troops accountable for alleged child abuse during the country's years of civil war, the African nation's president told Sputnik in an interview.
Armed militias in the Central African Republic (CAR) must lay down their arms for the country to begin healing after years of a bloody civil war and sectarian violence, the country's president told Sputnik in an exclusive interview.