Central African Republic

News Roundup 22 February – 28 February

Syria torture: German court convicts ex-intelligence officer India, Pakistan militaries agree to stop cross-border firing in rare joint statement Anger, fear run deep after months of ethnic violence in western Ethiopia Avoid ‘risky winner-take-all tactics’ in Somalia, UN Security Council hears Colombia’s Military Killed Three Times More Civilians During FARC War Than Previously Reported Sudan: …

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News Roundup 15 February – 21 February

Violence in South Sudan engulfs country, 10 years after independence ‘children all have guns’ Victims to testify in Swiss war crimes trial of Liberian rebel commander Probes on extrajudicial killings, ‘important step’ in fighting impunity in Colombia – UN rights office Yemen: UN rights office calls for de-escalation in Marib Governorate In Cameroon’s separatist war, …

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News Roundup 1 February – 7 February

New Libya interim government agreed in U.N. talks Power Politics Obstructs Protection of Civilians in — and After — the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict In Pictures: Old rivalries and new fighting in CAR In Algerian mountains, army operation shows persistent militant threat Myanmar coup threatens ceasefire, ethnic rebel leader says Security Council calls for release of Aung …

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News Roundup 25 January – 31 January

What is behind the renewed violence in CAR? US Terrorist Designation for Houthis is Bad for Yemen Even Beyond Crippling Aid Efforts Central African Republic surrenders war crimes suspect to ICC Central African Republic: Rights expert welcomes transfer of war crimes suspect to ICC Central African Republic war crimes suspect appears at ICC The Libyan …

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News Roundup 18 January – 24 January

Old grudges and empty coffers: South Sudan’s precarious peace process Killings of Colombia ex-FARC fighters persist amid peace process The longshot bid to end rampant banditry in Nigeria’s northwest UN chief calls for protection of civilians as violence spikes in Sudan’s West Darfur In Central African Republic, disputed polls spark a rebel offensive Central African …

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News Roundup 11 January – 17 January

Want global stability? Modify the U.S. approach to dealing with nonstate armed actors Ethiopia: A partial view of the humanitarian fallout emerges in Tigray Insecurity and bureaucracy hampering aid to Ethiopia’s Tigray region Serious repercussions likely to follow US plan to designate Yemen combatants terrorists, UN warns US ‘terror’ label on Yemen’s Houthis could hit …

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News Roundup 4 January – 10 January

Central African Republic: A disputed election and a strange rebel alliance Ethiopia Accuses Sudan of Killing Civilians in Border Row Responding to neglected crises in the Sahel Afghan rivals to resume talks as civilian killings sow suspicion France opens investigations into former DR Congo rebel leader after Paris arrest On the march for peace in …

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News Roundup 21 December – 27 December

UN probe accuses Mali army of war crimes, armed groups of crimes against humanity CAR rebel groups announce ceasefire ahead of Sunday vote Russia, Rwanda send military support to Central Africa Republic to quell election violence Malian refugees return to Burkina Faso camp nine months after violent attacks Iraq: Trump pardons for Baghdad Blackwater guards …

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News Roundup 26 October – 1 November

Pakistan: Schools ‘must never be targeted’, UNICEF says after deadly blast UN Syria envoy places hope in new talks, works towards lasting ceasefire UN shocked and outraged over horrific attack on school in Cameroon Mali, France differ over holding talks with armed groups Suspected ADF attack in DRC village kills more than 20 civilians DR …

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News Roundup 12 October – 25 October

12 October – 18 October Yemen’s warring sides complete largest prisoner swap in 5 years Iraqi fighters ‘agree conditional ceasefire’ to halt US attacks Victims or villains? The volunteer fighters on Burkina Faso’s front line The obstacles to Sudan’s landmark peace deal UN urged to take action against Myanmar over civilian abuses Karabakh war leaves …

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