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Central African Republic

Central African Republic children starve as aid workers flee fighting

Children are starving to death in Central African Republic because violence has forced aid workers to pull out, the United Nations humanitarian coordinator for the country said on Tuesday.

“Don’t forget us” CAR president’s plea to UN

The president of the Central African Republic, Faustin-Archange Touadera, on Tuesday pleaded with the world not to forget his country and urged the UN to bolster its peacekeeping force amid growing violence.

Rising violence in CAR uproots more than 1.1 million

A record number of people - more than 1.1 million - have been uprooted in Central African Republic (CASR) by spiralling violence between armed groups threatening to plunge the country back into full-blown conflict, the United Nations said.

UN investigating sex abuse allegations in Central African Republic

The United Nations is looking into allegations that complaints of sexual abuse and exploitation made against its peacekeepers in the Central African Republic were mishandled or unreported.

CAR defence minister sacked

Central African Republic (CAR) president Faustin-Archange Touadera has sacked his defence minister, according to a state radio broadcast, amid growing violence threatening to spin the country out of control.
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