Diamonds Bring New Life to War-Torn Central African Republic
Rough diamonds enabled Abdoul Raouf to marry three women and put his nine children through school. Now that his town in western Central African Republic can legally export the gems to world markets again, his neighbors are expecting similar fortunes.
'Now we're back it's even worse': the Bangui residents who preferred a refugee camp to their home city
Divided into 13 districts, the camp was run by community leaders; it had restaurants, running water, a makeshift school, shops and a gym assembled from rubble. In three years, 5,807 babies were born there. But in December 2016, the government razed the ...
UN report shows hundreds of Central African Republic abuses
FILE-In this April 15, 2014 photo, a young boy walks through a burned Muslim store in Guen, some 250 kilometers north of Bangui, Central African Republic. A sweeping United Nations report has identified hundreds of human rights violations in Central ...
UN fears growing war crimes in Central African Republic
Central African Republic violence forces 88000 people to flee homes in May: UN
UN lists years of human-rights abuses in Central African Republic, amid fears of resurgence
Central African Republic on road to recovery as Christians, Muslims make peace
BANGUI, Central African Republic — Three years after his grocery stand was looted during this country's civil war, Andre Cola is busy rebuilding. “We are now feeling ... Crews are building homes, hotels and shops everywhere in Bangui. Homeowners are ...
Muslim Bangui caught between guns and trade
... we're defending our community," insisted the leader of a militia group in a powder keg Muslim district of the Central African Republic's capital Bangui. Outside the group's improvised base, a short distance from the mosques and shops of Bangui's ...
Warnings issued as violence returns to Central African Republic
Bullet-riddled roofs line the "boulevard of death" in Central African Republic's southeastern town of Bangassou, where almost everyone who enters is seen as an enemy. The city, spared sectarian bloodshed until May, now has more than 2,000 Muslim ...
Warnings as deadly Central African Republic violence returns
Hip hop in Central African Republic brings hope in crisis
Central African Republic has faced interreligious and intercommunal fighting since 2013, when predominantly Muslim Seleka rebels seized power in the capital, Bangui. Anti-balaka militias, mostly Christians, fought back, resulting in thousands of people ...
At least 22 killed in Central African Republic clashes
People with disabilities at risk in Central African Republic
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Human Rights Watch says people with disabilities in Central African Republic are at high risk during attacks and forced displacement, facing neglect in an ongoing humanitarian crisis. The rights group says in a ...
4 UN peacekeepers killed after ambush in Central African Republic
Four United Nations peacekeepers in Central African Republic have been killed and eight wounded following an attack on their convoy late on Monday by Christian militants in the southeast of the country, the UN mission (MINUSCA) said on Tuesday. One ...
4 UN peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic
The Central African Republic crisis can no longer be ignored
Four United Nations peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic, 8 injured and one missing
UN forces retake strategic areas of C. African Republic city
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BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — United Nations peacekeeping forces in Central African Republic retook strategic points of Bangassou Monday after armed rebels attacked over the weekend, killing a peacekeeper at a nearby U.N. base and ...
Hundreds seek refuge in mosque as Christian militias massacre 30 in CAR
UN: Armed rebels in C. African Republic city agree to leave
Red Cross finds 115 dead in Central African Republic town
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