An interim government led by Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet has taken charge of the Central African Republic after President Michel Djotia fled to Benin. Violence continues between Christians and Muslims.
The murder of three Russian journalists working in the Central African Republic has raised questions about Moscow's role in the country's ongoing war. DW spoke to expert Tim Glawion about Russia's presence in the region.
Three reporters investigating a Russian security firm's activities in CAR, were killed at a roadblock. The 'Wagner Group' was the name of the paramilitary organization operating in one of Africa's poorest nations.
Human rights organizations have for years urged a resolution of the war crimes cases in Central African Republic. The Special Criminal Court is expected to begin its work in this regard next month.
Unidentified gunmen have killed at least 12 people in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. Among them were churchgoers and a pastor who had campaigned for peace with local Muslims.
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