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MSF denounces 'unprecedented' violence in C. Africa
MSF denounces 'unprecedented' violence in C. Africa

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Wednesday denounced the "unprecedented" violence in the Central African Republic, urging all sides to respect civilian safety and calling for urgent international aid.

MSF denounces 'unprecedented' violence in C. Africa
Central African Republic poses 'serious threat': UN
Central African Republic poses 'serious threat': UN

The UN Security Council warned Wednesday that turmoil in the Central African Republic poses a "serious threat" to the country and the region, and urged new measures to restore stability.

Central African Republic poses 'serious threat': UN
UN recommends targeted sanctions in Central Africa
UN recommends targeted sanctions in Central Africa

UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon recommended to the Security Council Friday that sanctions be taken against elements of the Seleka coalition responsible for reprisal attacks in the Central African Republic.

UN recommends targeted sanctions in Central Africa
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Central African gold mine collapse toll rises to 52

The number of people killed when a gold mine in the Central African Republic collapsed at the weekend rose to 52.

Central African gold mine collapse toll rises to 52
C.Africa elephant population down 62% in 10 years: NGOs
C.Africa elephant population down 62% in 10 years: NGOs

Poaching on an "industrial" scale has slashed the elephant population in the countries of central Africa by nearly two-thirds.

C.Africa elephant population down 62% in 10 years: NGOs
Clashes in C.Africa leave over a dozen dead: officials
Clashes in C.Africa leave over a dozen dead: officials

More than a dozen people were killed in weekend clashes between residents and fighters from the Seleka rebel coalition that seized power in Central Africa last month.

Clashes in C.Africa leave over a dozen dead: officials
UN refugee chief meets some of thousands who fled C.Africa
UN refugee chief meets some of thousands who fled C.Africa

The UN high commissioner for refugees, Antonio Guterres, met some of the thousands of C. Africans who have fled to the DRC after rebels seized power in their home country.

UN refugee chief meets some of thousands who fled C.Africa
Hidden skeletons in the house of C.Africa's Bozize
Hidden skeletons in the house of C.Africa's Bozize

Looters after gold or jewels in the abandoned home of deposed Central African Republic president Francois Bozize came instead across a gruesome discovery -- two human skeletons hidden beneath the garage floor.

Hidden skeletons in the house of C.Africa's Bozize
C. African rebels recruit troops for new national army
C. African rebels recruit troops for new national army

The Seleka rebels who staged a successful coup in the Central African Republic last month are recruiting troops for a new national army, though nobody has the means to pay them.

C. African rebels recruit troops for new national army
African leaders refuse to recognise C.Africa strongman
African leaders refuse to recognise C.Africa strongman

African leaders said they would not recognise Central African Republic's new self-proclaimed leader, as the nation's post-coup crisis came under the spotlight at a regional summit in Chad.

African leaders refuse to recognise C.Africa strongman
C.Africa's new post-coup government to start work
C.Africa's new post-coup government to start work

The Central African Republic's new post-coup government was due to hold its first meeting as soon as Tuesday, its spokesman said, as anger rose in South Africa over its military mission in the restive country.

C.Africa's new post-coup government to start work
Rebels, opposition form government in Central Africa
Rebels, opposition form government in Central Africa

The Central African Republic's prime minister has named mostly rebels and opposition figures to his new post-coup government, as reports emerged of child soldiers killed in the fight for the capital.

Rebels, opposition form government in Central Africa
Scores of bodies discovered in C.Africa capital
Scores of bodies discovered in C.Africa capital

The Red Cross said Friday it had found some 78 bodies in the streets of the Central African Republic's capital since it fell to rebels last weekend, as jittery residents waited to hear about a new government.

Scores of bodies discovered in C.Africa capital
Rebels crack down on looting after C. Africa coup
Rebels crack down on looting after C. Africa coup

Rebel leaders in the Central African Republic have been cracking down on looters roaming the streets of the capital following the latest coup in the notoriously unstable nation.

Rebels crack down on looting after C. Africa coup
Central Africa's new strongman says will rule by decree
Central Africa's new strongman says will rule by decree

Central African strongman Michel Djotodia was facing international isolation Tuesday after dissolving the country's institutions and announcing he would rule by decree after the weekend coup.

Central Africa's new strongman says will rule by decree
President flees as Central African rebels seize capital
President flees as Central African rebels seize capital

Central African rebels seized control of the capital Bangui as the president fled, but they promised to respect a January peace deal that provides for elections within three years.

President flees as Central African rebels seize capital
No C.Africa deal in sight as rebels demand president quit
No C.Africa deal in sight as rebels demand president quit

Peace talks to resolve the Centrafrican rebel crisis were suspended, with no settlement in sight after the rebels demanded that President Francois Bozize resign and be brought before the ICC for war crimes.

No C.Africa deal in sight as rebels demand president quit
C. Africa rebels agree to peace talks
C. Africa rebels agree to peace talks

Rebels in the Central African Republic said Wednesday they were suspending their advance and would hold peace talks with the government, after regional armies sent reinforcements to stop them reaching the capital.

C. Africa rebels agree to peace talks
C. Africa leader appeals for help to halt rebel advance
C. Africa leader appeals for help to halt rebel advance

The United States evacuated its embassy in the Central African Republic as the nation's embattled leader appealed for French and US help after rebels seized large swathes of the mineral-rich country.

C. Africa leader appeals for help to halt rebel advance
UN, US concern as C. Africa rebels close in on capital
UN, US concern as C. Africa rebels close in on capital

The UN is evacuating staff from the Central African Republic and the US has warned its citizens to leave as rebel fighters close in on the tense capital Bangui.

UN, US concern as C. Africa rebels close in on capital