Central African Republic
Central African Republic peace deal – violated and fragile
Six months after armed CAR rebels signed a peace deal with the government, some have flagrantly violated it, experts say, as citizens wonder why the warlords even have seats at the top table.
Central Africa's armed forces recruits over 1000 young people, after peace deal
The Central African Republic reached a peace deal with 14 armed groups following talks in February this year. The country's armed forces has now begun a recruitment exercise in order to swell its ranks.
Central African Republic peace deal signed in Bangui
Central African Republic peace deal signed in Bangui.
Central African Republic and rebel groups sign peace deal
In a sign of hope following years of conflict, rebels and the Central African Republic government made a peace deal. Some 1.2 million people have lost their homes due to the interreligious fighting.
Central African Republic militia leader arrested in France for war crimes
The ICC had issued the arrest warrant of Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona for war crimes. He is the suspected leader of a militia accused of carrying out attacks on the Central African Republic's Muslim population.
CAR war crimes suspect 'Rambo' protests rough treatment
A former militia leader from the Central African Republic has appeared at the International Criminal Court on war crimes charges. Alfred Yekatom, also known as Rambo, said he was tortured before being sent to The Hague.
Central African Republic: The 'forgotten' country in crisis?
Libération is looking at the ongoing chaos in the Central African Republic, nearly a year after French troops pulled out.
The lost children of Central African Republic
The United Nations has warned of early signs of genocide in the Central African Republic, where armed militias occupy three-quarters of the country, and civilians are being massacred.