10 January 2014 – Speaking at his fist press conference this year, the United Nations Secretary-General touched upon issues relating to the situation in the Central African Republic, saying that the situation in that nation has been source of great concern for the international community.
9 January 2014 – There is a real danger of further upheaval along religious lines in the Central African Republic (CAR), Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today warned a regional gathering in Chad, stressing that the past year’s events have profoundly damaged the relationship between Muslim and Chris
7 January 2014 – The United Nations today resumed food aid for some 100,000 displaced people in Bangui, capital of the strife-torn Central African Republic (CAR), for the first time in nearly three weeks since deliveries were suspended when machete-wielding men stormed the distribution site and f
6 January 2014 – The worsening strife in the Central African Republic (CAR) with its Muslim-Christian overtones risks escalating into sustained violence along religious lines and spilling beyond the country’s borders, further destabilizing the whole region, the United Nations top political office
6 January 2014 – With nearly 1 million civilians driven from their homes by conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) and 2.2 million - about half the population - in need of humanitarian aid, lack of security, funding and access is hampering efforts by the United Nations and its partners to
3 January 2014 – The humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic remains dire with insecurity hampering the delivery of aid to the more than 935,000 people displaced by the violence, the United Nations refugee agency today said.
31 December 2013 – United Nations agencies today warned of possible famine and severe malnutrition in the Central African Republic (CAR), calling on donors to provide urgent funding to mitigate the crisis in the impoverished country where a year of conflict has already killed thousands of people