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    • Punish South Sudan truce violators, Troika urge IGAD

      APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — The special envoys of Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States known as the Troika countries, have urged the Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD) to punish pe...

    • Chad’s lazy Ramadan blues

      APA-Ndjamena (By Adam Hassa Deye in Chad) — The advent of the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan which began across the Islamic world last week has brought a new kind of lazy spirit to the pace of life under N'Djamena's inclement...

    • eSwatini PM discharged from Taiwan hospital

      APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — The Prime Minister of eSwatini, Barnabas Dlamini has been discharged from a Taiwanese hospital where he was admitted for the past 12 days.


    03-May-2018 to 20:32

    CAR faith leaders condemn ‘barbaric’ church attack

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — Faith leaders in the Central African Republic have unreservedly condemned as barbaric Tuesday’s attack on the Church of Fatima which left some twenty worshippers dead.

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    02-May-2018 to 11:51

    CAR: Two Senegalese among 16 killed in Bangui attacks

    APA-Bangui (Central African Republic) — Two Senegalese nationals living in the Central African Republic died in Bangui on Tuesday during clashes between Muslim Séléka and Christian anti-Balaka militias.

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    23-Apr-2018 to 15:31

    CAR: World Bank pledges 12.5b for economic reforms

    APA-Bangui (Central African Republic) — The World Bank will support the Central African Republic (CAR) with 12.5 billion CFA francs to boost economic reforms in the country, the Ministry of Economy and Planning announced Monday.

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    15-Apr-2018 to 14:17

    CAR: Bokassa's son sacked as minister

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — The minister of Territorial Administration of the Central African Republic, Jean Serge Bokassa, has been sacked by President Faustin Touadera.

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    01-Apr-2018 to 14:56

    W/B clears CFAF5bn for CAR mining industry

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — The World Bank has approved a CFAF5 billion loan for the Central African Republic to improve the management of its natural resources.

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    23-Mar-2018 to 17:17

    CAR skirmishes leave 40 dead

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — Three days of violent clashes between ex-Seleka fighters of the Central African Peace Unit (UPC) and anti-Balaka militias in the Bambari locality have left some 40 people dead, security sources in Bangui revealed on Friday.

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    21-Mar-2018 to 11:15

    ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda on 3-day visit to CAR

    APA-Bangui (Central African Republic) — The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda arrived in Bangui on Tuesday night for a three-day visit to Central African Republic (CAR), APA can report.

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