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Nationalism is in the air. The scholars may talk about universal values and the need to combat all forms of determinism and essentialism.
The west of Central African Republic has been "cleansed" of most Muslims as largely-Christian "anti-balaka" militias step up force in the region, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres said Thursday.
Most Muslims have been driven out of the western half of conflict-torn Central African Republic , where thousands of civilians risk of being killed "right before our eyes," the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees said on Thursday.
Vehicles that have been stripped for parts during looting at the China International Fund depot in Bangui, March 4, 2014.
The head of the United Nations has asked the Security Council to bolster foreign forces in the Central African Republic by another 10,000 soldiers to protect civilians caught in ongoing violence between Christian and Muslim fighter.
MasterCard has announced its expansion into seven new markets across Central and West Africa by securing a number of strategic agreements.
A Zimbabwean judge has reportedly told owners of former white farms to use the land or risk losing it - a decision that could mark a turning point in the country's controversial land redistribution programme.
The swarm of people showed up on their deputy mayor's doorstep late on a Friday morning, just before the time of the Muslim prayers.
N'DJAMENA, Chad, March 5 - In the past three months, the government of Chad has evacuated about 16,000 people to N'Djamena from the Central African Republic amid mounting violence and religious persecution in the neighbouring country.
The world's most viral villain is by no means the greatest threat to the CAR's security.
The global payments technology company says it now operates in 48 of the economically surging continent's 55 markets.
No American official has been more outspoken on the need for a coherent international response to unfolding crisis in the Central African Republic than Ambassador Samantha Power.
An early start to the rainy season in Central African Republic has worsened the plight of hundreds of thousands of people sheltering from religious violence in makeshift camps, raising the risk of malaria and dysentery, aid workers said on Tuesday.
According to Pierre-Marie David of the University of Montreal's Faculty of Pharmacy, stock-outs of antiretroviral drugs in recent years in the Central African Republic have had a dramatic impact on the health of HIV-infected people.
The United Nations on Monday proposed a nearly 12,000-strong peacekeeping force for conflict-ravaged Central African Republic that would have a "robust mandate" and initially focus on protecting civilians.