Leaders of the three main armed rebel groups occupying large areas of the Central African Republic announced a coalition Saturday, ahead of next ...
Sudan on Thursday ordered the closure of its border with Libya and Central African Republic over security concerns, the country's ruling body ...
The peace accord between the Central African Republic and 14 armed groups will be signed on Tuesday, the Sudanese government, which hosted the talks, ...
A giant screen flickers to life in a remote village in the equatorial forest of the Central African Republic. Some 200 villagers avidly take in an ...
Every morning, Joseph gets on his motorbike to tend to his field of manioc, in the thick bush surrounding the Obo, in southeastern Central African ...
Nepotism and authoritarianism continue to hamper any hopes for sustainable development in Africa
Two of the men were warlords from the majority-Muslim Seleka rebellion, whose ouster in 2013 of president Bozize triggered a brutal sectarian war
A U.N. team recently interviewed five girls and a boy who claimed their abusers were part of French and European Union military operations
Voters are choosing a president from a list of 30 candidates to replace transitional leader Catherine Samba-Panza
The United Nations projects that at least 87 million people in dozens of countries will require humanitarian aid next year
Voters in Central African Republic cast their ballots on Sunday in a constitutional referendum seen as crucial to ending nearly three years of violence
The African country is has a high crime rate fueled in part by easy access to weapons
The U.N. mission in the Central African Republic was hit with new allegations Wednesday that its peacekeepers sexually abused several women and girls
Central African Republic has been rocked by deadly violence between Muslims and Christians since 2013
Ban Ki-moon denounces sexual abuse in U.N. peacekeeping as a “cancer in our system”
United Nations investigators heard such stories of sexual abuse from several boys in May and June 2014 in Central African Republic
Security forces have been deployed in impressive numbers over the past few days throughout the capital Malabo
At least 5,000 people have been killed since Central African Republic exploded into unprecedented sectarian violence in December 2013
Millions of people in the C. African Republic are in need of aid, U.N. says
Thousands of Muslims who tried to flee the violence in Central African Republic’s capital were turned back by peacekeepers
Victims have been slain and mutilated on the streets and homes and mosques have been looted and destroyed
Embassy guards and passers-by captured the suspect whose brother was killed earlier during the day
To allow peacekeeping operations in crisis zones
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