Africa

UN chief draws attention to CAR crisis

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is due to travel to the Central African Republic next week to draw attention to what he calls the world's 'forgotten crisis'.

Central African Republic

CAR: Inside an armed group's 'peaceful' parallel state

Seleka faction brings stability to town and something akin to services as conflict grips nation, but is everyone happy?

Inside Ndele, FPRC's 'peaceful' parallel state

Human Rights

Rival CAR armed groups 'rape, beat women as war weapon'

Rights group finds no arrests made after more than 300 cases of rape and sexual slavery since 2013.

Central African Republic

Fulani in CAR: 'Without cows, my life has no purpose'

Thousands of cattle farmers forced into displaced persons camps in Central Africa Republic as crisis deepens in country.

Displaced and without their cows: the Fulani in CAR

Central African Republic

Deaths, displacement as battle for CAR continues

At least 25 people killed in clashes between rival militias over one week, as crisis deepens in CAR.

Deaths, displacement as battle for CAR continues

Africa

UN 'botched' sexual abuse cases in CAR

UN says it will investigate latest allegations of mishandling of cases after internal report leaked to US-based NGO.

UN 'botched' sexual abuse cases in CAR

Africa

Latest CAR clashes leave 13 people dead

The clashes took place in Bria between a majority Muslim rebel group and a predominantly Christian armed group.

Latest CAR clashes leave 13 people dead

Africa

At least 30 civilians killed in CAR clashes

Death toll includes six Red Cross volunteers who were attending a crisis meeting at a health facility in town of Gambo.

At least 30 civilians killed in CAR clashes

Africa

UN sees early warning signs of genocide in CAR

The UN is calling for more peacekeeping forces to be deployed in the Central African Republic amid renewed clashes.

UN sees early warning signs of genocide in CAR

Africa

Anti-balaka ambush in CAR kills two UN peacekeepers

Violence prompts many humanitarian groups to suspend activities in the Central African Republic city of Bangassou.

 Anti-balaka ambush in CAR kills two UN peacekeepers

Africa

UN: Moroccan peacekeeper killed, three wounded in CAR

The UN blamed pro-Christian armed groups for the shootings in the southern Central African Republic city of Bangassou.

UN: Moroccan peacekeeper killed, three wounded in CAR

Humanitarian crises

Muslims return to CAR to find their homes are gone

Observers warn that if land and property are not returned, there will be no peace in the Central African Republic.

Muslims return to CAR to find their homes are gone

War & Conflict

'There are forces waiting to take Bangui'

Al Jazeera speaks to the head of the UN peacekeeping mission about plans to bring security to conflict-hit CAR.

Why are civilians still being killed in the CAR?

Africa

Rising violence forces 40,000 more to flee CAR's east

The Norwegian Refugee Council says the number of refugees in the country's east has now reached 100,000.

Rising violence forces 40,000 more to flee CAR's east

Africa

Hundreds killed in CAR 'war crimes': HRW

Rights group blames impunity for widespread abuses in the African country between late 2014 and April 2017.

HRW raises concern over CAR 'war crimes'