President Michel Djotodia has stepped down amid increasing violence. People across the country celebrated.
Pope Francis has wrapped up his first ever trip to Africa by calling for reconciliation in the Central African Republic, which has been wracked for more than two years by violence between Christian and Muslims.
Voters in the Central African Republic are casting their ballots in presidential and parliamentary elections. The poll aims to restore democratic rule to a country wracked by years of sectarian bloodshed.
Voters in the Central African Republic are optimistic Wednesday’s (30.12.2015) poll will reunite a nation torn by sectarian strife. This is the third time elections are being held since independence from France in 1960.
The Central African Republic’s interim government has postponed its planned elections for three days citing administrative delays.
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