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No More Excuses: The Need for an Inclusive Humanitarian Response

Ambroise, a 27-year-old man with a physical disability, in the M'Poko camp in Bangui, Central African Republic. His parents abandoned him when Seleka forces attacked their neighborhood. He had to be carried 2-3 kilometres to the M'Poko...Show More Summary

Doctors Without Borders Suspends Work In Parts Of Central African Republic

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The group says armed men killed a staff member during an attack on a convoy that lasted more than 40 minutes. It's one of many recent attacks worldwide on the group's staff.

MSF driver killed in attack on convoy in CAR

Medical charity suspends operations in part of the Central African Republic after attack.

MSF Suspends Activities in Central African Republic After Attack on Staff

The international humanitarian group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF, or Doctors Without Borders) is suspending its activities in Central African Republic (CAR) after an attack on its team, the organization said in a statement.

MSF worker killed by gunmen in Central African Republic

DAKAR (Reuters) - Medical relief charity Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) has halted operations in part of west Central African Republic after a staff member was shot dead during an ambush on one of its convoys, it said on Thursday.

Why the World Needs a UN Leader Who Stands Up for Human Rights

The body of Souleimane Hadji, 15, is brought by his family from hospital. Amnesty International called for the apparent indiscriminate killings of Souleimane and his father by UN peacekeeping forces in the Central African Republic to be investigated in August 2015. Show More Summary

Freeing child soldiers in Central African Republic: 'They have been through hell'

DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Benoit Daoundo is a child protection officer who works for the United Nations children's agency (UNICEF) to help release children from armed groups in Central African Republic.

US Extends State of Emergency in Central African Republic due to Unrest

The United States extends the state of emergency regarding the Central African Republic due to continuous unrest in the country, President Barack Obama said on Monday.

Third of Central African Republic children out of class as schools struggle to reopen: U.N.

DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hundreds of thousands of children in the Central African Republic are missing out on education as schools struggle to reopen due to violence, displacement and a shortage of teachers, the United Nations children's agency (UNICEF) said on Wednesday.

Credible Elections Lead to a New, Democratic Era in Central African Republic

I was honored to have participated in the U.S. Presidential Delegation to Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR), led by U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Samantha Power, to attend the March 30 inauguration of President Faustin-Archange Touadéra.

'Horrific' CAR Crimes: Petition Calls for Removal of #PredatoryPeacekeepers

Petition calling for the immediate withdrawal of all French troops from Central African Republic has started amid more allegations soldiers working as UN peacekeepers paid young African girls for sex while fresh accusations emerge that UN peacekeepers abused women and girls in Congo.

UN Peacekeeps Sex Scandal Masks Political Progress in CAR - Official

Optimism generated by the Central African Republic’s (CAR) newly elected government has been overshadowed by lurid charges of sexual abuse by UN peacekeeping forces, UN Under Secretary General for Peacekeeping Operations Herve Ladsous told the Security Council on Friday.

UN accused of withholding scores of sex abuse in CAR

Lobby group says UN has not disclosed full number of sexual abuse claims against troops in Central African Republic.

French Peacekeepers Allegedly Raped Approximately 100 Children And Even Forced Four Girls To Have Sex With A Dog

The United Nations recently made a shocking announcement that their investigations have revealed accusations that French peacekeepers posted in the Central African Republic (CAR) have raped over 100 children and even forced four girls to have sex with a dog. Show More Summary

Bringing Central African Republic’s Story to the World

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A new exhibition brings together two years of work by photographer William Daniels

How to Stabilize the Central African Republic

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The new president must address corruption, impunity and the pillage of the country's natural resources

Central African Republic president names new PM

President Faustin-Archange Touadera appoints former campaign director Simplice Sarandji to prime minister post.

UN ‘Turned Blind Eye’ to Horrible Sexual Assaults by Its Peacekeepers

Over 100 girls from a province in the Central African Republic claim they were sexually abused by UN peacekeepers, the AIDS-Free World’s campaign Code Blue reported. Co-founder of Code Blue Paula Donovan told Radio Sputnik that the reports are just the tip of the iceberg.

Central African president names PM in decree: radio

BANGUI (Reuters) - The Central African Republic's new President Faustin-Archange Touadera has named his former campaign director as his prime minister, according to a decree read on national radio on Saturday.

Central African Republic: A New Low for Peacekeeping?

The beleaguered citizens of Central African Republic (CAR) must have hoped a new leaf was being turned over when their new president was inaugurated on Wednesday. But on the very same day, a fresh swathe of allegations came to lightShow More Summary

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