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UN approves use of force by EU troops in CAR
Security Council passes resolution allowing European Union to send 500 troops to strife-torn Central African Republic.
Last updated: 29 Jan 2014 01:39 GMT
Rebel leaders leave Bangui amid CAR violence
Mob violence continues, killing at least eight as Seleka leaders exit Bangui in convoy, heading to an unknown location.
Last updated: 27 Jan 2014 07:09 GMT
CAR ex-minister hacked to death with machetes
Joseph Kalite murdered by group of men as killing and looting continues in the capital Bangui.
Last updated: 24 Jan 2014 20:41 GMT
Priest tells of fighting in isolated CAR town
Al Jazeera receives an email from Bouar, a town almost totally cut off from the rest of the country for days.
Last updated: 21 Jan 2014 22:12 GMT
CAR ex-leader heads for exile in Benin
Michel Djotodia, who seized power backed by rebels last March, resigned under pressure from regional leaders.
Last updated: 12 Jan 2014 06:21 GMT
CAR's political fate in the balance
Displaced people throng camp in Bangui in search of food as ethnic conflict leaves country on brink of catastrophe.
Last updated: 08 Jan 2014 20:25 GMT
Aid reaches CAR refugees at airport camp
Delivery eases tensions among refugees, but will feed just one tenth of the 100,000 who have arrived at site in Bangui.
Last updated: 07 Jan 2014 21:57 GMT
African states pull citizens out of CAR
Chad evacuates more nationals than other African states amid accusations of it backing Seleka fighters, which it denies.
Last updated: 05 Jan 2014 07:42 GMT
UN: CAR violence displaces nearly one million
Fierce fighting has also restricted aid access to makeshift camp at the international airport, refugee agency says.
Last updated: 04 Jan 2014 03:02 GMT
France defends CAR military presence
President Hollande, visiting violence-hit African nation, says Paris's involvement is needed 'to avoid carnage'.
Last updated: 11 Dec 2013 19:39 GMT
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