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Chadians evacuated from CAR conflict   Hundreds of Chadians fled violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) on Saturday, joining thousands who have left in the past week Kony's LRA weakened further after largest defection in five years  Warlord Joseph Kony is continuing to lose his tyrannical grip on CAR after nearly 20 soldiers in the region defected from the brutal guerilla... Two French soldiers killed in CAR   They are the first French deaths since France deployed 1,600 soldiers to the CAR last week in a UN-backed operation US to fly AU peacekeepers into CAR   efense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered US forces 'to begin transporting forces from Burundi to the Central African Republic' French troops reach tense CAR town   French troops have reached the town of Bossangoa in the Central African Republic, which has been paralysed by communal fighting Huge African troop surge for CAR   The African Union is to increase significantly the number of troops it plans to send to the Central African Republic to help end fighting U.N. approves Central African Republic peacekeeping force
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1. 2014-07-23 Central African Republic factions announce ceasefire Congo
2. 2014-04-10 UN approves peacekeepers for CAR UN Security Council
D. 2014-04-09 Central African Republic: Violence leaves '30 dead' Dekoa, CAR
E. 2014-03-30 Chadian troops 'kill eight' in Bangui Bangui, CAR
5. 2014-02-12 CAR leader 'declares war' on militia CAR
2014-01-10 CAR crisis: Stranded foreigners to be evacuated CAR
H. 2014-01-06 Nearly a million flee violence in Central African Republic CAR
I. 2014-01-03 Number of displaced in CAR 'doubles' Bangui, CAR
9. 2013-12-28 Chadians evacuated from CAR conflict Bangui, CAR

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  Nearly a million flee violence in Central African Republic  Aid organizations say the number of internally displaced people edges toward a million, further hampering humanitarian relief efforts Number of displaced in CAR 'doubles' Map of Bangui CAR
Central African Republic factions announce ceasefire  Congo: Rival armed groups in the Central African Republic have signed a ceasefire agreement aimed at ending over a year of religious conflict UN approves peacekeepers for CAR  UN Security Council: The council has voted to send a 12,000-strong force to the Central African Republic. UN chief Ban Ki-moon has warned of 'ethno-religious cleansing'   Central African Republic: Violence leaves '30 dead' Map of Dekoa CAR  The predominantly Christian anti-Balaka militia attacked positions held by mainly Muslim Seleka rebels   Chadian troops 'kill eight' in Bangui   Chadian troops have killed eight people in the Central African Republic capital, Bangui, says the African Union force there says CAR leader 'declares war' on militia   Central African Republic President Catherine Samba-Panza has said she will 'go to war' with Christian militias who are slaughtering Muslims   CAR crisis: Stranded foreigners to be evacuated


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  Emergency evacuations of the first of thousands of foreigners stranded in the conflict-ridden Central African Republic are due to begin on Saturday
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  The number of internally displaced people in the Central African Republic has more than doubled to 935,000 since December, the UN says



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  UN Security Council: Months after a coup escalated chaos and violence, the council unanimously approved the deployment of African and French forces there
Nov.26   France to send 1,000 more troops to Central African Republic  Paris: French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the mission would last 6 months and would be coordinated with the United Nations and African... Nov.25   Call for UN action on CAR 'chaos'  The UN deputy secretary general has called for urgent action in the Central African Republic (CAR), warning it is descending into 'complete chaos' Mar.31 CAR rebel leader names government   Michel Djotodia who has declared himself president of the Central African Republic has announced a caretaker government Mar.25 CAR rebels 'suspend constitution' Mar.24 CAR coup leaders 'must remain calm'. Paris CAR President Bozize flees capital Map of Bangui CAR
  Rebels in the Central African Republic have taken the capital, Bangui, after President Francois Bozize fled
Mar.23 CAR rebels 'enter capital Bangui' Mar.22 CAR forces 'halt rebel advance' Jan.5 Alarm grows over use of child soldiers  Opposition and pro-government militias are recruiting child soldiers as the Central African Republic faces a rebellion in the north

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Dec.28 CAR agrees to talks with rebels
  The government of the Central African Republic and rebels have agreed to hold talks after weeks of clashes Dec.26   Rebels advance in Central African Republic
  The United Nations are temporarily relocating dependents and nonessential staff because a cease-fire with rebel forces is not holding


year 2001 Top ^

May.28   Coup attempt  Soldiers have fired at the President Patasse's home. 4 presidential guards were killed



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US to fly AU peacekeepers into CAR   efense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered US forces 'to begin transporting forces from Burundi to the Central African Republic' Two French soldiers killed in CAR   They are the first French deaths since France deployed 1,600 soldiers to the CAR last week in a UN-backed operation Huge African troop surge for CAR   The African Union is to increase significantly the number of troops it plans to send to the Central African Republic to help end fighting U.N. approves Central African Republic peacekeeping force




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  UN Security Council: Months after a coup escalated chaos and violence, the council unanimously approved the deployment of African and French forces there
Nov.26 France to send 1,000 more troops to Central African Republic  Paris: French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the mission would last 6 months and would be coordinated with the United Nations and African...



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2014 Mar.30   Chadian troops 'kill eight' in Bangui   Chadian troops have killed eight people in the Central African Republic capital, Bangui, says the African Union force there says 2013 Jan.5 Alarm grows over use of child soldiers
  Opposition and pro-government militias are recruiting child soldiers as the Central African Republic faces a rebellion in the north



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2014 Apr.9   Central African Republic: Violence leaves '30 dead' Map of Dekoa CAR  The predominantly Christian anti-Balaka militia attacked positions held by mainly Muslim Seleka rebels Feb.12 CAR leader 'declares war' on militia   Central African Republic President Catherine Samba-Panza has said she will 'go to war' with Christian militias who are slaughtering Muslims 2013 Dec.11 Kony's LRA weakened further after largest defection in five years  Warlord Joseph Kony is continuing to lose his tyrannical grip on CAR after nearly 20 soldiers in the region defected from the brutal guerilla... Mar.31 CAR rebel leader names government   Michel Djotodia who has declared himself president of the Central African Republic has announced a caretaker government Mar.25 CAR rebels 'suspend constitution' Mar.24 CAR President Bozize flees capital Map of Bangui CAR
  Rebels in the Central African Republic have taken the capital, Bangui, after President Francois Bozize fled
Mar.23 CAR rebels 'enter capital Bangui' Mar.22 CAR forces 'halt rebel advance' 2012 Dec.28 CAR agrees to talks with rebels  The government of the Central African Republic and rebels have agreed to hold talks after weeks of clashes Dec.26 Rebels advance in Central African Republic
  The United Nations are temporarily relocating dependents and nonessential staff because a cease-fire with rebel forces is not holding




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2014 Jul.23 Central African Republic factions announce ceasefire  Congo: Rival armed groups in the Central African Republic have signed a ceasefire agreement aimed at ending over a year of religious conflict Apr.10 UN approves peacekeepers for CAR  UN Security Council: The council has voted to send a 12,000-strong force to the Central African Republic. UN chief Ban Ki-moon has warned of 'ethno-religious cleansing' 2013 Dec.7 French troops reach tense CAR town   French troops have reached the town of Bossangoa in the Central African Republic, which has been paralysed by communal fighting



CAR, War & Army Coup Timeline ... See World Coup timeline Top ^
2013 Mar.24 CAR coup leaders 'must remain calm'
. Paris 2001 May.28 Coup attempt  Soldiers have fired at the President Patasse's home. 4 presidential guards were killed



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2014 Jan.10   CAR crisis: Stranded foreigners to be evacuated
  Emergency evacuations of the first of thousands of foreigners stranded in the conflict-ridden Central African Republic are due to begin on Saturday
Jan.6   Nearly a million flee violence in Central African Republic  Aid organizations say the number of internally displaced people edges toward a million, further hampering humanitarian relief efforts Jan.3 Number of displaced in CAR 'doubles'
Map of Bangui CAR
  The number of internally displaced people in the Central African Republic has more than doubled to 935,000 since December, the UN says
2013 Dec.28 Chadians evacuated from CAR conflict   Hundreds of Chadians fled violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) on Saturday, joining thousands who have left in the past week Nov.25 Call for UN action on CAR 'chaos'  The UN deputy secretary general has called for urgent action in the Central African Republic (CAR), warning it is descending into 'complete chaos'