Spectacular video footage from the Portuguese armed forces shows how a battle between paratroopers and rebels unfolded in the Central African Republic.
As the conflict in CAR continues, aid workers struggle to provide healthcare to mothers and newborn babies.
A new United Nations report claims a fresh wave of human rights violations in Central African Republic may amount to war crimes.
Investigations have been opened into 108 new victims, most of them children, allegedly abused by UN peacekeepers in CAR.
Reconciliation and recovery are the huge tasks facing the Central African Republic’s new President Faustin-Archange Touadera, named the winner of a
Voting has ended in Central African Republic’s (CAR)presidential election second-round run-off. Sunday’s vote will bring to an end two years of
Voters have been casting their ballots in Central African Republic, in elections seen as crucial to restoring democratic rule and ending years of
European soldiers and United Nations peacekeepers are facing fresh accusations of child sexual abuse in Central African Republic. The United Nations
EUFOR Peacekeepers from Georgia, France and a third unnamed EU country involved.
But who are the two candidates for the presidential run-off?
Provisional results from the presidential election in the Central African Republic have confirmed a surprise early lead for former Prime Minister
A former prime minister of Central African Republic has taken a slim lead in the country’s presidential election. With all votes in the capital
The polls open in the Central African Republic for elections many hope will bring stability to the country.
Central African Republic is braced to hold long-postponed presidential and legislative elections this Wednesday. This is in a country carved up by
Voters in the the Central African Republic have cast their ballots in a constitutional referendum considered crucial to restoring peace in the
Pope Francis has called for reconciliation, as he visits the divided Central African Republic – a nation racked by bloodshed between Muslims and