The U.N. Can’t Bring Peace to the Central African Republic
But it can help solve local conflicts. Here’s how.
Kony 2017: From Guerrilla Marketing to Guerrilla Warfare
Five years after its viral video broke the internet, Invisible Children is on the front line of a covert war against the Lord’s Resistance Army.
French Peacekeepers Pull Out as New Violence Erupts in the Central African Republic
France just ended its mission in the CAR, leaving the country with scandal-plagued U.N. peacekeepers.
The U.S. Slaps Joseph Kony’s Kids With New Financial Sanctions
The infamous LRA warlord and his sons still have not been caught.
The U.N. Official Who Blew the Lid off Central African Republic Sex Scandal Vindicated
Anders Kompass was cleared of charges that he improperly gave the French a confidential paper documenting sexual abuse in the Central African Republic.
Pope Francis Heads to Central African Republic Amid Security Fears
The U.N. is mobilizing 3,000 peacekeepers to protect Pope Francis. Can his message of reconciliation help heal the war-torn nation?
‘One Day, We Will Start a Big War’
Warlords are running roughshod over the U.N. in the Central African Republic. Now the country is rushing into elections that could accelerate the killing.
Unrest Paralyzes Humanitarian Effort in the Central African Republic
Aid workers struggle to reach thousands of displaced as U.N. peacekeepers square off against militants.
Central African Republic: Protests Rock Capital After Overnight Clashes
After a weekend of looting and sectarian violence, anti-government protesters in Bangui clash with U.N. peacekeepers.
The U.N. Is Not Serious About Its Peacekeeper Rape Problem
Despite investigations into crimes in the Central African Republic, impunity still reigns.
U.N. CAR Envoy Steps Down Amid Allegations of Abuse by Peacekeepers
Babacar Gaye's resignation comes on the heels of widespread reports of sexual abuse perpetrated by peacekeepers in the CAR.
Africa’s Angry Young Men
No school, no job, no future. Why so many of Africa's young men choose militias.
‘We Cannot Go Back. We Cannot Trust Them Again.’
After more than two years of vicious civil war and horrific war crimes, is there any hope for peace in the Central African Republic?
U.N. Tightens Noose on U.N. Rights Official Who Exposed Abuses
U.N. investigators expand investigation into veteran U.N. human rights official who disclosed abuses against children in the Central African Republic.
New Hope for Children in Ongoing Central African Republic Conflict
Eight rebel groups in the Central African Republic have agreed to release children they held captive during the country's bloody sectarian conflict.
Clear as Mud
NGOs criticize companies’ transparency on “conflict minerals” as firms prepare to file their second annual report on the use of gold, tin, tungsten, or tantalum from the Democratic Republic of Congo.