Central African Republic

December 2, 2022

Central African Republic CAR marks 64th independence anniversary

Only a few hundred people, handpicked and rigorously searched, were allowed to enter Avenue Barthélémy Boganda, where the parade was held in the presence of President Touadéra, who was surrounded by numerous heavily armed Central African soldiers, Rwandan UN peacekeepers, and Russian paramilitaries
November 27, 2022

Morocco: Death of Moroccan Peacekeeper in CAR – Security Council, UN SG Express Condolences to Morocco

Members of the UN Security Council have offered their "most sincere" condolences to the Kingdom of Morocco following the death of a Moroccan peacekeeper in an attack Thursday against the UN mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA). The martyr of peace was a member of the Royal Armed Forces contingent deployed within this UN mission.
November 27, 2022

Central African Republic – UN Chief Strongly Condemns Airfield Attack Which Left One Peacekeeper Dead

The UN Secretary-General on Saturday strongly condemned an attack on an airfield in southeastern Central African Republic (CAR) which left one peacekeeper from Morocco dead, while his unit was attempting to secure the perimeter.
November 7, 2022

Central African Republic: Roadside 'petrol kings' in Bangui as fuel crisis drags on

For years the price of petrol has been blocked by the government at 865 CFA francs (1.32 euros) a litre. On the street, a bottle costs up to 40 percent more.
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