Central Africa rebels rearm after military gets Russia weapons

By |avgust 1st, 2018|Central African Republic, Christians, Darfur, MINUSCA, Muslims, News, religious violence, Russia, Sangaris, Seleka, Sudan, United Nations|

Russia's supply of weapons to the Central African Republic's military has sparked an arms race, with rebels turning to traffickers in Sudan for fresh gun shipments, according to a UN panel of experts.

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Chad hosts CAR refugees despite poverty

By |julij 27th, 2018|Central African Republic, Chad, food prices, News, refugee crisis, World Food Programme|

Chad is a country struck by conflict and poverty, yet it has welcomed nearly 400,000 refugees from neighbouring countries, especially from the Central African Republic (CAR). EURACTIV.fr reports.

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EU takes over in fight against blood diamonds

By |februar 2nd, 2018|blood diamonds, Central African Republic, conflict diamonds, development aid, international trade, Kimberley Process, News, Zimbabwe|

The fight against conflict diamonds has slowed down since the creation of the Kimberley process in 2002. However, with the EU at its head in 2018, the subject of corporate responsibility could come up in talks.

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UN to slap sanctions for hate speech in Central African Republic

By |januar 31st, 2018|anti-Balaka, anti-Christian, anti-Muslim, António Guterres, Central African Republic, ethnic violence, hate speech, News, Refugees, religious violence, Seleka, United Nations|

The UN Security Council yesterday (30 January) maintained an arms embargo on the Central African Republic and added incitement to hatred as well as attacks on aid workers as criteria for sanctions.

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‘Private sector development helps stabilise vulnerable countries’

By |maj 24th, 2017|Central African Republic, conflicts, developing countries, infrastructure, News, private sector, Proparco|

Private sector development is crucial to stabilising the most vulnerable countries. But ensuring businesses respect social and environmental standards is a real challenge, Anne-Sophie Rakoutz told EURACTIV France.

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Commission ready to support DR Congo in Ebola outbreak

By |maj 15th, 2017|Central African Republic, Christos Stylianides, development aid, DR Congo, Ebola, Guinea, humanitarian action, Liberia, News, Sierra Leone, Vytenis Andriukaitis|

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The European Commission said today (15 May) it was following the situation and was ready to provide support.

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