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By taking action now we can save refugees from starvation in Africa . This includes over 100,000 war victims from the Central African Republic who have fled to Cameroon .
The escalation of international conflicts in the first half of 2014 prompted a 50-fold surge in the amount of humanitarian cargo transported by the United Nations World Food Programme , compared to the same period last year.
Sectarian violence erupted between Muslims and Christians in the Central African Republic just over a year ago.
Seleka rebels have demanded that Central African Republic be partitioned into a Muslim north and a Christian south, a surprise move at talks aimed at halting religious violence, sources at the meeting said on Tuesday.
By Louisa Waugh Last June, when I first arrived in the Central African Republic , one of the resident ex-pats suggested I visit 'Cinq Kilo' - Bangui's largest market.
Muslims who have been displaced by conflict in the Central African Republic have accused the transitional government of abandoning them during the month of Ramadan.
The UN sanctions committee unveiled a report on 11 July detailing the alleged involvement of named individuals and armed groups in major human rights violations in the Central African Republic .
U.N. Human Rights experts are expressing concern about the widespread violence and discrimination to which women in conflict-ridden Central African Republic and Syria are subjected.
In the Central African Republic, where the on-going fighting has destroyed infrastructure, UNDP will fix water reservoirs, bridges and clinics through a new emergency work scheme.
Last winter, thousands of Muslim families living in the Central African Republic abandoned their homes and fled across the border into neighboring Chad and Cameroon in just one month.
Babacar Gaye, Special Representative and head of MINUSCA, arrives for a meeting with ex-Seleka leaders in Bangui.
Fighting in Central African Republic may have claimed more lives than previously thought because many Muslim victims were never taken to state hospitals and families buried their dead at home because of security fears, according to aid workers.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:16 am
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