Central African Republic

Scores killed in attack on CAR refugee mission

Thousands of internally displaced people flee site in Alindao, in latest violent incident in Central African Republic.

Dozens of bodies found after attack on CAR refugee mission

Africa

CAR suspect wanted for war crimes against Muslims handed to ICC

Once nicknamed 'Rambo', Alfred Yekatom is accused of leading 3,000 Anti-balaka fighters blamed for 2013-2014 atrocities.

Africa

Central African Republic calls on Russia to train its army

The army is helpless as it deals with an arms embargo and 14 militia groups fighting for control.

Africa

Central African Republic: Leader of Seleka fighters speaks up

'General Force' looks too powerful to be arrested as he is well-protected by determined young men who have nothing to lose.

Reporter's Notebook

Central African Republic: A crisis Russia didn't forget

While the West remains complacent and aloof towards the humanitarian crisis, Russia steps in.

Africa

Central African Republic refugees start returning home

In a country torn by sectarian violence, Muslims and Christians are learning to live side by side again.

Africa

Central African Republic: Humanitarian crisis continues

Thousands of people forced from their homes find they are trapped by the sectarian violence in the Central African Republic.

Central African Republic

'I opened a computer lab for displaced Muslim teens'

Djamaladine Mahamat Salet, a 38-year-old IDP, helps provide an education to children in bleak circumstances in CAR.

Displaced Muslim teens learn computer skills at Catholic mission

Journalism Is Not A Crime

Three Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic

The reporters were investigating the activities of so-called Wagner group, a group of private military contractors.

Three Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic

Talk to Al Jazeera

Bemba: Sympathy for victims but justice has been served

The recently acquitted former DRC vice president discusses 10 years in captivity, upcoming elections and Congo's future.

Refugees

Refugees fleeing CAR violence struggle in Cameroon

Hundreds of thousands of people have found safe haven in Cameroon but have limited access to food, water and healthcare.

Refugees fleeing CAR violence struggle in Cameroon

Opinion

What Jean-Pierre Bemba's acquittal by the ICC means

The ICC decision to overturn Bemba's conviction will have major consequences for both the DRC and the court.

Oumar Ba

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Oumar Ba

Africa

CAR protesters place bodies of victims outside UN building

The victims were killed during a recent UN operation.

Education

CAR: 'To live and study in Bangui is a type of torture'

Years of conflict have devastated CAR's educational facilities, severely impacting prospects for the country's youth.

CAR: 'To live and study in Bangui is a type of torture'

Africa

Muslims trapped in Central African Republic church

In the Central African Republic, a nine-month-long ordeal for hundreds of Muslims shows no sign of ending.