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UN warns of food crisis in CAR
Only one fifth of the $500m of donations pledged in January have arrived in war-torn Central African Republic.
Last updated: 02 Mar 2014 18:29 GMT
Gunfire erupts as Muslims flee CAR capital
Violence broke out after Christian fighters tried to halt the evacuation of Muslims from a camp near the airport.
Last updated: 20 Feb 2014 02:07 GMT
AU troops find mass grave in capital of CAR
African Union soldiers make discovery at army camp occupied by Seleka rebels in Bangui, in the Central African Republic.
Last updated: 13 Feb 2014 05:51 GMT
US calls on CAR to end cycle of violence
Call comes after suspected ex-rebel is publicly lynched following a military ceremony in the capital Bangui.
Last updated: 06 Feb 2014 05:29 GMT
Soldiers lynch man at army ceremony in CAR
Man in crowd killed minutes after listening to speech by president promising to bring order to Central African Republic.
Last updated: 05 Feb 2014 18:54 GMT
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
New CAR PM says ending atrocities is priority
Andre Nzapayeke says ending violence between Christians and Muslims is key to restoring security in African nation.
Last updated: 26 Jan 2014 16:06 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
New CAR leader sworn in as tensions escalate
Interim president, Catherine Samba-Panza, calls for a ceasefire as tensions flare across the capital.
Last updated: 24 Jan 2014 08:59 GMT
Bodies dumped in CAR's capital: Red Cross
Eleven corpses, most severely burned, found as interim president pledges to meet with armed groups in new peace drive.
Last updated: 22 Jan 2014 23:05 GMT
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