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CAR militia leader Sidiki Abass dies from injuries: Armed group | Conflict News

The leader of the 3R armed group died on March 25 at a health centre in Kambakota, his group said…

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Asia

UN experts alarmed by Russian mercenaries’ ‘abuses’ in CAR | Conflict News

UN experts express alarm over reports of Russian contractors’ involvement in mass summary executions, arbitrary detentions, torture, and forced disappearances.…

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Africa

CAR ex-President François Bozizé takes charge of rebel alliance | Central African Republic News

Spokesman Serge Bozanga confirms former president agreed to become ‘general coordinator’ of alliance aiming to overthrow central government. François Bozizé,…

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Asia

Families forced into a deadly spiral in Central African Republic | Central African Republic News

Siriri’s gaze darts around and his voice trembles as he speaks about his experiences, how he was shot in the…

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Middle East

CAR holds second round of legislative polls in shadow of violence | Elections News

Polls include runoff votes in 49 electoral districts and first-round voting in 69 districts where violence stopped elections from taking…

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Africa

In Pictures: How new CAR violence has made women more vulnerable | Central African Republic News

Since December 2020, a new wave of violence has swept over the Central African Republic (CAR), exacerbating an already dire…

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Europe

Why are they fighting in the Central African Republic? | Start Here

Thousands are fleeing violence in the Central African Republic as two men fight to be president. Aj Europe

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Asia

At least 14 killed at religious site in CAR: Amnesty | Conflict News

Rights group calls for investigation amid clashes between Central African Republic security forces and armed groups. At least 14 people…

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Europe

CAR gov’t captures ex-President Bozize’s stronghold, PM says | Central African Republic News

Prime Minister Firmin Ngrebada says pro-government forces seized Bossangoa, as escalation in violence puts education on hold for half of…

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Latin America

UN chief: CAR peacekeeping force needs 3,700 reinforcements | Conflict News

The UN chief says 2,750 military reinforcements and 940 additional police are needed to help the peacekeeping mission. United Nations…

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Europe

CAR ‘militia leaders’ plead not guilty to war crimes at ICC trial | Central African Republic News

Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona and Alfred Yekatom accused of leading militias in widespread attacks on Muslims. Two men accused of leading Christian-dominated…

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