Central African Republic

June 17, 2022

Cameroon, Central African Republic Agree to Demarcate Border

Cameroon and the Central African Republic have agreed to demarcate several hundred kilometers of their shared border. The countries have have competing claims to villages and towns along the porous, undefined border. The two sides also vowed joint efforts to stop violence along the border, where Central African rebels have been hiding and launching raids for supplies.
June 8, 2022

Central African Republic: Top Woman Prison Officer With UN Mission in CAR, Wins First Ever Trailblazer Award

The creator of a women-only rapid intervention team who leads riot control activities inside the Central African Republic's biggest all male high-security prison, was named the winner of a prestigious new UN award on Tuesday.
June 6, 2022

Ghana/Central African Republic: CAR Hold Black Stars

The Black Stars of Ghana maintained their top position on the AFCON 2023 qualifying Group E table despite sharing the spoils with Central African Republic (CAR) in their match day two game played in Angola, yesterday.
June 1, 2022

Central African Republic – MSF Condemns Killing of Employee

Doctor's Without Borders said one of its staff members was shot dead by a government soldier, and has called on the country's armed forces to explain.
May 30, 2022

CAR: Bangui residents react to MPs voting to end death penalty

Lawmakers in the Central African Republic voted Friday to abolish the death penalty. For the legislation to become law, President Faustin Archange Touadéra still has to issue it.
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