4 hrs ago
The Daily Record
Red Cross: C.African Republic death toll over 500
More than 500 people have been killed over the past week in sectarian fighting in Central African Republic, aid officials said Tuesday, as France reported that gunmen fatally shot two of its soldiers who were part of the intervention to disarm thousands of rebels accused of attacking civilians.
5 hrs ago
UN scales up aid as number of displaced in Central African Republic tops half a million
Displaced families in the Central African Republic seek shelter at the Bangui airport fearing further attacks.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Local TV Station KTVZ
U.S. military aircraft to aid African mission
American military aircraft will fly African and European peacekeepers to the Central African Republic, which is in the midst of a bloody internal conflict between various proclaimed Christian and Muslim militias and other rebel factions.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
France Increases Its Troops In The Central African Republic
French troops patrolled the Central African Republic's tense capital on Saturday, as reinforcements crossed into the country as part of a UN-mandated effort to quell a wave of deadly sectarian violence.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
UN alarmed at worsening humanitarian situation in CAR
New York, Dec 7 : Several United Nations agencies Friday voiced alarm at the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic , where violent clashes in recent days have reportedly led to the death of around 100 people and forcing many others to flee their homes.
French, African troops try to halt Central African Republic killings
People fleeing fighting between Muslim and Christian militias gather on the grounds of a church in the Boy Rabe neighbourhood in Bangui, Central African Republic, December 5, 2013.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Lebanon Daily News
10 Things to Know: This Week's Takeaways
South Africa's first black president was a global symbol of sacrifice and reconciliation in a world often jarred by conflict and division.
Voice of America
Fresh Violence in the CAR; Death Toll Rises
There are fresh reports of violence in the Central African Republic, as the death toll from two days of fighting has risen to nearly 300 people.
Report: U.S. Prosecutors Regularly Coerce Drug Offenders to Plead Guilty
Across South Africa and around the world today, people are mourning the death of Nelson Mandela .
French troops in CAR airport clash
A French military spokesman said an armed truck was destroyed after opening fire on troops and civilians who had sought refuge with the French soldiers.
Renewed violence in CAR causes more people to flee into DRCongo
UNHCR is alarmed by the deteriorating security conditions in the Central African Republic and the safety of civilians caught in fighting between ex-Seleka rebels and self-defence forces in the capital Bangui and in the town of Bossangoa, further northwest.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Voice of America
Amnesty International Expresses Worry over CAR Violence
A senior crisis response adviser at the United Kingdom-based Amnesty International has expressed concern about the security situation in the Central African Republic following fierce clashes between rival armed groups in the capital, Bangui.
Voice of America
Bozize Movement Says It Is Behind Attacks in CAR Capital
A movement allied to former Central African Republic president Francois Bozize has claimed responsibility for attacks Thursday in the CAR capital, Bangui.
U.N. mulls CAR peacekeeping force
Months after a coup escalated chaos and violence in the Central African Republic, the U.N. Security Council Thursday unanimously approved the deployment of African and French forces there.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
French Boosting Military Presence in CAR Ahead of UN Security Council Vote
According to Reuters , armed men killed twelve civilians and wounded 30 others in the Central African Republic yesterday, one of the latest signs of the worsening situation in the country since rebels ousted President Francois Bozize in March this year.
Cameroon: Cameroon Deploys Troops to CAR Border
The government of Cameroon said it has deployed troops to its eastern border with the Central African Republic to stop rebels from entering the country.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Civilians killed as tensions rise in CAR
At least 12 civilians were killed and 30 wounded, including children, in an attack northwest of the Central African Republic capital Bangui.
Can the World Still Make a Difference in the Central African Republic?
Things have gone from bad to worse in the Central African Republic. Nine months after a rebel alliance known as Seleka seized control of Bangui, the country's riverside capital, and forced President Francois Bozize into exile, CAR is quickly descending into chaos.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Central African Republic: UN Peacekeeping Mission Needed to Avoid Mass Slaughter
The UN Security Council has no time to waste to authorize a robust peacekeeping force for deployment to the Central African Republic to protect civilians from the violence and chaos engulfing the country, Amnesty International said today.
Central African Republic: What's going on, what's next
Reports of rapes, killings and other horrors are growing in the Central African Republic.