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SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
The members of the Security Council strongly condemned the recent attacks and the seizure of power by force in the Central African Republic on 24 March 2013 by the Seleka coalition, as well as the ensuing violence and looting. They also condemned the use of force, causing inter alia the deaths of and injuries to soldiers from the South Africa training contingent deployed in the Central African Republic at the request of the Government.
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Pillay urges action to halt violations and lawlessness in Central African Republic
GENEVA (16 April 2013) – The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on Tuesday expressed alarm at continuing reports of widespread human rights violations in the Central African Republic and called for the urgent restoration of the rule of law in the country.

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Top UN political official, visiting the Central African Republic
New York/Bangui, 22 April 2013. During a visit today to the Central African Republic, the United Nations’ top political official appealed for urgent efforts to establish security and stop abuses against civilians, while reiterating international calls for a full return to constitutional rule.
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Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the situation in the CAR
The Secretary-General is alarmed by the rapidly deteriorating security situation in the Central African Republic (CAR). He is particularly concerned by reports of clashes between the Séléka movement and the population in Bangui, which resulted in the deaths of many civilians. He strongly condemns Séléka’s acts of violence against the civilian population. He urges the de facto authorities to restore law and order throughout the country and to ensure the protection of civilians.
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SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
The members of the Security Council strongly condemned the recent attacks and the seizure of power by force in the Central African Republic on 24 March 2013 by the Seleka coalition, as well as the ensuing violence and looting. They also condemned the use of force, causing inter alia the deaths of and injuries to soldiers from the South Africa training contingent deployed in the Central African Republic at the request of the Government.
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Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the situation in the CAR
The Secretary-General is alarmed by the rapidly deteriorating security situation in the Central African Republic (CAR). He is particularly concerned by reports of clashes between the Séléka movement and the population in Bangui, which resulted in the deaths of many civilians. He strongly condemns Séléka’s acts of violence against the civilian population. He urges the de facto authorities to restore law and order throughout the country and to ensure the protection of civilians.
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Pillay urges action to halt violations and lawlessness in Central African Republic
GENEVA (16 April 2013) – The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on Tuesday expressed alarm at continuing reports of widespread human rights violations in the Central African Republic and called for the urgent restoration of the rule of law in the country.

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BINUCA gravely concerned by the recent escalation of violence in CAR
Bangui, 28 August 2013: The United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in the Central African Republic (BINUCA) expresses its deep concern regarding the serious events that occurred last week in Bangui and in the rest of the country.
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