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11 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
Iraq, Syria, the Central African Republic and South Sudan are all going through Level 3 emergencies, the United Nations' highest classification of a humanitarian crisis.
17 hrs ago | News24
The prime minister of the Central African Republic unveiled his new government on Friday, a broad coalition which includes representatives from rival armed groups.
21 hrs ago | AlertNet
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$753,771 Balance Requested: US$753,771 Geneva, Friday, 22 August 2014 Due to the conflict in the Central African Republic , there are massive flows of IDPs inside CAR and refugees in neighbouring countries.
Yesterday | AlertNet
At least 25 people have died in a collapse at a gold mine 60 km north of the Central African Republic town of Bambari, a spokesman for the mainly Muslim Seleka rebels said on Friday.
Outgoing U.N. rights chief Navi Pillay rebuked the U.N. Security Council on Thursday for putting short-term geopolitical concerns and narrowly-defined national interests ahead of intolerable human suffering and grave breaches of global peace and security.
A local Red Cross worker was shot dead and at least 31 people were injured in fighting between militia and international peacekeepers in the capital of Central African Republic on Wednesday, emergency services said.
On August 1, Chad obtained the approval of the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund to institute a three-year program under its Extended Credit Facility for about U.S. $122.4 million, with a first disbursement of about $20.4 million.
Following a massacre committed by Islamist fighters in the Central African Republic, the nation's leading prelate urged the nation's government to take quick action.
Head of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic , Babacar Gaye, briefs the Security Council.
The archbishop of the capital of the Central African Republic has decried the ongoing massacre in the nation and has urged politicians to "stop the suffering of the people as soon as possible."
CHILDREN in the Central African Republic are in desperate need of protection and education after the civil war destroyed basic infrastructure, reports children's charity Plan International.
Today is World Humanitarian Day, a day to commemorate the fallen relief workers who died in the 2003 bombing of the UN headquarters in Baghdad, as well as the thousands of others who have given their lives to help those in need.
Last week, Ottawa announced that it was sending two Royal Canadian Air Force transport aircraft to ferry supplies to Kurdish forces in Iraq battling the Islamic State advance.
The AfDB stands prepared to back up all countries in the region to cease the spread of this deadly virus and strengthen health systems capabilities.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 05:32 pm
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