Wednesday May 22
Central African Republic: UN measles vaccination campaign to protect 125,000 children
The five-day campaign, which begins tomorrow, will take place in the conflict-hit Bangui, the country's capital, after eight children tested positive for the disease last month.
Sat May 18, 2013
Regional force boosts troop numbers in Central African Republic
African military chiefs agreed on Saturday to more than double the size of a regional peacekeeping force deployed in Central African Republic, where authorities have struggled to contain violence after a rebel takeover.
Wed May 15, 2013
UN calls for sanctions on Central African Republic rights ...
The U.N. envoy to the Central African Republic urged the Security Council on Wednesday to consider imposing sanctions on rebels accused of severe rights violations including rape, maiming, recruitment of child soldiers and forced marriages.
Sun May 12, 2013
Rescued boy soldier is stoned to death
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Fri May 10, 2013
Central African Republic's ex-rebels went on rampage: rights group
Ex-rebel fighters loyal to the new leader of Central African Republic went on a rampage after toppling the former president, executing opponents, raping women and looting homes - acts that could constitute war crimes, Human Rights Watch said.
Wed May 08, 2013
Gunmen threaten unique CentrAfrican elephant reserve: WWF
A group of 17 gunmen entered an animal park in the Central African Republic, threatening "one of the biggest massacres of elephants" in the region, conservationist body WWF said Tuesday.
Tue May 07, 2013
Zuma calls for greater military might for African Union
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma on Tuesday made a plea for a stronger military capacity for the African Union considering the instability in places such as the Central African Republic the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mali.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Washington Post
Rebels who now rule Central African Republic expand control over diamond region
Armed with rocket-propelled grenades and Kalashnikov rifles, Seleka rebels who ousted Central African Republic's president six weeks ago are solidifying their control over the country's lucrative diamond industry and have even been selling some of the stones, witnesses here in the isolated and violent north say.
Sun May 05, 2013
The Washington Post
Central African Republic to investigate ousted leader Francois Bozize for human rights abuses
Central African Republic's interim government says it is investigating what it claims are human rights abuses committed under the rule of deposed president Francois Bozize.
Sat May 04, 2013
CAR to probe ousted leader
The Central African Republic's interim government has opened a probe into human rights abuses committed under ousted president Francois Bozize, Justice Minister Arsene Sende said Saturday.
Fri May 03, 2013
Central African Republic: Media Freedom Under Threat After Coup
Journalists in the Central African Republic go on strike in protest against repression from the country's new leaders who seized power in a March coup.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
South African army deaths from Central African Republic rise to 14
One of 27 South African soldiers injured in March in fighting against rebels in Central African Republic has died, bringing to 14 the total killed in the clashes, a defense force spokesman said on Tuesday.
Voice of America
UNHCR Opposes Forcible Return of CAR Refugees
A woman from the Central African Republic holds her baby in a refugee camp set up by the UNHCR in Nangungue, eastern Cameroon, April 12, 2013.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
SA, CAR relations personalised - PM
Ousted Central African Republic president Francois Bozize had personalised the bilateral relationship between his country and South Africa, his Prime Minister, Nicolas Tiangaye, said on Sunday.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
The Las Vegas Sun
C. African Republic town roiled by rebellion
The gunfire starts here as soon as the sun rises, echoing across the town as women make their way to the well and the fortunate few children who still attend school head to class on rutted red paths lined by banana trees.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Stars and Stripes
S. Africa ready to send soldiers back to Central African Republic
South Africa is ready to send troops back to Central African Republic a month after suffering its worst military casualties since the end of apartheid in clashes with rebels, President Jacob Zuma says.