International donors pledged 2.28 billion dollars to the Central African Republic on Thursday, showing support for President Faustin Archange Touadera's plan to end both militant violence and a humanitarian crisis in his country.
Nearly one in five children in the Central African Republic (CAR) remain displaced following sectarian violence that has killed thousands of people, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Tuesday.
Members of the largely Muslim Seleka rebel group killed at least eleven people in a refugee camp in the volatile Central African Republic, the United Nations peacekeeping mission in CAR (Minusca) said Saturday.
At least seven people were killed and 29 others injured when UN peacekeepers clashed with members of the largely Muslim Seleka rebel group in Central African Republic, a local broadcaster reported Wednesday, although witnesses put the death toll at over 20.
Dozens of people have been killed in two days of fighting between rival militias in the Central African Republic, witnesses said Sunday. Mainly Christian anti-Balaka militiamen tried to expel mainly Muslim Seleka militiamen from Kaga-Bandoro, about 700 kilometres north of the capital, Bangui, resident Maxime Gourna said.
In May 2016, 6,090 new passengers were sold, up 21.8 percent on the year, while over the first five months of 2016, 20,143 cars were sold, up 19.5% on the year, the Promocija Plus market research agency has said.
The European Union agreed Tuesday to set up a military training mission that will help with defence sector reform in the Central African Republic, which is recovering from two years of clashes between its Muslim and Christian communities.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was "shocked to the core" Thursday by new sexual abuse allegations against peacekeepers to the Central African Republic that included alleged abuse of 108 girls and reports of four girls being forced to have sex with a dog.
The Central African Republic is in the throes of a "dire" food crisis after three years of sectarian conflict that have ravaged agriculture, two United Nations agencies said in a joint report issued Tuesday.
Four new allegations of sexual abuse involving minors have been made against UN peacekeepers from the Democratic Republic of the Congo serving in the Central African Republic, a UN spokesman said Tuesday.
UN peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic suffer from "gaps in the force's capacity to respond" that "have been evident" since their September 2014 deployment, Amnesty International said Monday.
UN peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic (CAR) suffer from "gaps in the force's capacity to respond" that "have been evident" since their September 2014 deployment, criticized Amnesty International on Monday.
UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic (CAR) raped or sexually exploited at least eight women and girls between October and December 2015, Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Thursday.
Authorized VW garages in Germany are facing a logistic nightmare in the coming weeks and months as carmaker Volkswagen prepares for its mass recall of diesel cars fitted with emissions-manipulation software.
Three of the peacekeepers in the Congolese contingent of the 11,000-strong UN peacekeeping force had been accused in August of sexually abusing three young women in the town of Bambari, north-east of the capital, Bangui.
The fallout from Volkswagen's emissions-cheating software scandal has affected millions of vehicles worldwide and cost the company billions in revenue and costs related to ensuing investigations. A chronology of the scandal to date: