Sunday Aug 10
Voice of America
Central African Republic Gets First Muslim PM
Mahamat Kamoun, a former special adviser to interim President Catherine Samba-Panza, will lead a transitional government that is seeking to implement a cease-fire signed last month after a year of sectarian violence.
Militia fighters clash in Bangui
BANGUI: Rival vigilante militias in the Central African Republic clashed with heavy weapons overnight in the capital Bangui, residents said yesterday.
Negotiating the Next War
Allowing rebels to leverage a cease-fire into political power will only lead to more death in the Central African Republic -- as it has in South Sudan and too many other African states.
INSIGHT-Gold, diamonds feed C. African religious violence
T hree young rebels, their AK47s propped against wooden stools in the afternoon heat, guard the entrance to the giant Ndassima goldmine carved deep into a forested hilltop in Central African Republic.
Cease-fire agreement reached by warring Central African Republic groups
The cease-fire agreement was signed by representatives of the Muslim-backed Seleka rebel group and anti-Balaka Christian militia in neighboring Republic of the Congo.