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Crisis in CAR

The coup may be over in the Central African Republic, but what's next?
3 days 15 hours ago
The United Nations and aid groups are seeking $272 million to help people fleeing the conflict in the Central African Republic. Read Full Article
1 week 8 hours ago
African peacekeepers escorted more than 1,000 minority Muslims fleeing attacks by mainly Christian militias in the Central African Republic to neighbouring Chad, police said. Read Full Article
1 week 1 day ago
Ex-Seleka fighters have welcomed the approval of a 12,000-strong UN force to the Central African Republic. Read Full Article
1 week 2 days ago
The Security Council voted unanimously Thursday to send 12,000 UN peacekeepers to Central African Republic. Read Full Article
1 week 2 days ago
France is predicting that the U.N. Security Council will vote unanimously to authorise a nearly 12,000-strong U.N. peacekeeping force for Central African Republic. Read Full Article
1 week 3 days ago
At least 30 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in fighting between mainly Christian militia and minority Muslim fighters in the strife-torn Central African Republic. Read Full Article
1 week 3 days ago
The United Nations prepares to adopt a new resolution on Thursday in a bid to resolve ongoing tension in the Central African Republic. Read Full Article
2 weeks 12 hours ago
Ban Ki-moon arrived in Bangui on Saturday as the United Nations signals its determination to deploy peacekeepers in the strife-torn Central African Republic. Read Full Article
2 weeks 1 day ago
Muslims in the Central African Republic say they are living in hell. Despite wanting to flee, thousands are trapped in the country. Read Full Article
2 weeks 2 days ago
The Chadian government announced Thursday it was withdrawing from the African peacekeeping force in Central African Republic. Read Full Article

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