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| Pauline Bax

Gem Smuggling Thwarts Revival of Central African Republic

  Government had $35,000 budget to combat illicit sales Former leader Jean-Bedel Bokassa wore a diamond crown In the lounge of a luxury hotel in Bangui, the capital of war-torn Central African Republic, soft-spoken diamond…

| Adrienne Surprenant, Julia Steers

“THEY ARE NOT DOING THEIR JOB TO PROTECT PEOPLE” – UN peacekeepers are struggling to prevent all-out war in CAR

  BANGUI, Central African Republic – Troops from a Portuguese-led U.N. “Rapid Defense Force” fanned out across Bangui’s deserted city streets last Monday evening, scanning empty market stalls and roadside bars for “insurgents.” They were…

| Pauline Bax

Concert Blast Shows Central African Republic Religious Rift

  Emmanuel Ngallos was playing a keyboard at a concert meant to bring Central African Republic ‘s Muslims and Christians together when the blast knocked him to the ground — and highlighted the war-ravaged nation’s…

| Julia Steers

Central African Republic: At least seven killed in attack on concert in Bangui

| Brenna Mae Daldorph

A teenager from the Central African Republic puts his faith in Divine Efficiency

On a late Saturday morning in the Miskine neighborhood of Bangui, the war engulfing the Central African Republic seems far away. There are no militiamen clashing in the streets or eerie, abandoned fields that smell…

| Adrienne Surprenant, Julia Steers

Inside the brutal war that’s ripping apart the Central African Republic

ALINDAO, Central African Republic – Solange pleaded with her husband, Bruno, to run as she heard screams and smelled neighbors’ homes burning. But he decided to lock the family in the house instead – the…

| Adrienne Surprenant, Julia Steers

Displaced CAR residents fear new wave of violence

Alindao, in the region of Basse-Kotto, Central African Republic, has been the headquarters and operating base of Ali Darassa’s UPC (Union pour la paix en Centrafrique) since February 2017. The city used to have a…

| Inna Lazareva

Inside the World OF Bangui’s Traumatized Street Children

Jerome Delay/AP The street children appear suddenly. Some emerge from the tall grass; others hop over a crumbling wall. Soon dozens of homeless kids and teenagers have assembled on the steps of an old, unused…

| Inna Lazareva

Sisters in Central Africa shield girls singled out as ‘witches’

Washing hangs on the line in the inner courtyard of the convent. The girls, sheltered by the nuns, are responsible for doing their own laundry. (GSR photo / Inna Lazareva) Across the street from helmeted…