Reporter's Notebook

Renewed violence divides CAR along religious lines

Conflict spreading to areas once considered peaceful, with more than half the population in need of humanitarian aid.

Central African Republic

Central African Republic: Half the population needs aid

Thousands of people in CAR have had to flee their homes, and now half of the country is in urgent need of aid.

Health

'One million children die the day they are born'

Pakistan, CAR and Afghanistan are the hardest hit as UN agency says the world is failing newborns.

Central African Republic

CAR violence rises: 'They shot my children and husband'

A woman recounts the moment rebels killed her three children and husband as she saved her newborn, and other scenes.

CAR violence rises: 'They shot my children and husband'

Central African Republic

Displaced CAR residents fear new wave of violence

Thousands of people have flocked to the outskirts of Alindao, where they worry the calm may be fleeting.

Displaced CAR residents fear new wave of violence

Humanitarian crises

A history of violence: Growing up in CAR

A child born from rape and a young gunshot victim grow up amid CAR's cycle of violence.

A history of violence: Growing up in CAR

Witness

Cahier Africain: Documenting War Crimes in CAR

A tattered notebook holds the promise of justice for hundreds of war survivors as violence resurges in CAR.

Central African Republic

Talking to the UN about rape and peacekeeping

Rape, peacekeeping and the UN.

Talking to the UN about rape and peacekeeping

Conflict

Grenade attack on peace concert in CAR

Seven killed, 20 others injured in attack on concert and reprisal violence in Central African Republic capital, Bangui.

Grenade attack on peace concert in CAR

Humanitarian crises

Number of homeless tops record in CAR: UN

UN says that 1.1 million people have lost their homes in a war without end in the Central African Republic.

Number of homeless tops record in CAR: UN

Central African Republic

UN chief visits areas of conflict in Central African Republic

The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has visited one of the regions worst affected by the increasing violence in Central African Republic.

Podcast

Rape and peacekeeping in a forgotten corner of Africa

The under-reported story of what happens when protectors become abusers.

Rape and peacekeeping in a forgotten corner of Africa

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