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CAR violence leaves unarmed people dead
Witness reports deadly violence between French forces and Christian armed group.
Last updated: 21 Apr 2014 18:26 GMT
Children face malnutrition in CAR
Aid groups fear thousands are not getting enough food, as fighting between rival militias disrupts relief efforts.
Last updated: 18 Apr 2014 15:07 GMT
Chad withdraws all troops from CAR
Move comes after UN probe found Chadian troops killed 30 people "without any provocation" in capital Bangui last month.
Last updated: 17 Apr 2014 06:05 GMT
UN approves peacekeepers for CAR
Resolution drafted by former colonial power France paves way for 11,800-strong force to be created in war-torn country.
Last updated: 10 Apr 2014 22:37 GMT
First EU troops arrive in Central Africa
Deployment comes as former colonial power France calls for vote on resolution to pave way for 12,000-strong force.
Last updated: 09 Apr 2014 20:48 GMT
UN: Chad soldiers killed 30 in CAR
UN death figures comes a day after Chad said it would withdraw its troops from the African Union mission in CAR.
Last updated: 04 Apr 2014 16:53 GMT
CAR mourners killed in grenade attack
Eleven people, including three children, killed in funeral blast as violence between Christians and Muslims continues.
Last updated: 29 Mar 2014 00:35 GMT
CAR blighted by year of violence
The anti-Balaka Christian militia has been carrying out attacks on the recently overthrown Muslim Seleka fighters.
Last updated: 24 Mar 2014 03:02 GMT
Ukraine crisis 'thwarting CAR efforts'
EU diplomat says Ukraine crisis is making nervous eastern European countries want to keep their troops at home.
Last updated: 15 Mar 2014 20:33 GMT
Rainy season brings new storm to CAR
About 700,000 people have been displaced by violence in the country.
Last updated: 04 Mar 2014 06:46 GMT
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