CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: SENIOR UN RELIEF OFFICIAL URGES ACCESS TO CIVILIANS IN NORTH-EASTERN PROVINCES

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Residents at the at the Sangari site for internally displaced people in Central African Republic (CAR) listening to Radio Lego Ti la Ouaka (The Voice of Ouaka). The community radio in Bambari is bringing together Muslims and Christians to build tolerance and ease tensions in the warn-torn country. Photo: OCHA/Gemma Cortes

 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: SENIOR UN RELIEF OFFICIAL URGES ACCESS TO CIVILIANS IN NORTH-EASTERN PROVINCES

Amid renewed violence that has led to “successive gross violations” of international humanitarian law in two north-eastern provinces of the Central African Republic (CAR), the most senior United Nations relief official in the country has called for free and unhindered access to civilians impacted by the clashes between rival armed groups. Read more

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