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Central African Republic and rebel groups sign peace deal
Central African Republic and rebel groups sign peace deal
A peace deal has been made between the Central African Republic government and 14 rebel groups after their first-ever direct dialogue aimed at...
ICC to investigate Central African Republic atrocities
ICC to investigate Central African Republic atrocities
The International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said on Wednesday: "My office has gathered and scrupulously analysed...
Seleka ex-rebels refuse to join new CAR government
Seleka ex-rebels refuse to join new CAR government
The armed Seleka coalition that last year seized power in the Central African Republic for 10 months wants no part of a new government, a spokesperson for the former rebels said on Monday....
Former CAR president renamed as Seleka leader
Former CAR president renamed as Seleka leader
The former president of war-torn Central African Republic (CAR), Michel Djotodia, who led the rebel Séléka militia that swept him to power last...
[Slideshow]UN fears genocide in the CAR
[Slideshow]UN fears genocide in the CAR
As conditions continue to deteriorate in the Central African Republic, the United Nations says genocide looms in the country.
CAR: Scores die, houses torched in new clashes
CAR: Scores die, houses torched in new clashes
The killings in the Central African Republic took place in the area around the town of Boda when Christians attacked Muslims after Seleka fighters passed through, said Elie Mbailao, police commissioner...
CAR President Djotodia resigns at Chad summit
CAR President Djotodia resigns at Chad summit
Central African Republic's interim President Michel Djotodia has resigned, according to a statement issued after a two-day summit in neighbouring Chad....
CAR interim president to step down
CAR interim president to step down
"It's finished for him now," said a source close to Central African Republic (CAR) interim...
[Slideshow]CAR descends into violent chaos
[Slideshow]CAR descends into violent chaos
The Central African Republic is on the brink of catastrophe with nearly one-million civilians driven from their homes as violence reaches unprecedented levels.
[Slideshow]CAR: 'A tinderbox that can ignite'
[Slideshow]CAR: 'A tinderbox that can ignite'
The Central African Republic is at risk of spiralling into genocide as a humanitarian crisis and fighting between Muslim and Christian rebels intensifies.
Rebel leader flees on horseback from CAR fighters
Rebel leader flees on horseback from CAR fighters
A military source on Monday told reporters the rebel leader escaped the weekend attack on horseback.
Children bear brunt of CAR crisis
Children bear brunt of CAR crisis
The Central African Republic (CAR)'s childtren are suffering in the wake of a March 24 rebel coup by the Séléka alliance....

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