A new report says armed groups in the war-torn country earn as much as $5.8 million annually from illegal taxation and the mining and sale of diamonds.
Ten groups in the war-torn nation have agreed to lay down their arms, potentially ending a cycle of retribution and ethnic cleansing that began in March 2013.
The short-lived rule of rebel leader-turned-president Michel Djotodia.
Michel Djotodia, the president of the Central African Republic, abruptly resigned today. At this point, no one is entirely sure what this means for the country, which has been plagued by anarchic violence since early December.
Central African Republic President Michel Djotodia praised his supporters and blamed the country's bouts of horrific violence on his rivals.
In his New Year's address, Central African Republic President Michel Djotodia praised his supporters and blamed the country's recent bouts of horrific violence on his rivals. Meanwhile, 1 million people remain displaced by the fighting, taking shelter...
UN officials are warning that there's a very real threat of genocide in Central African Republic. But nothing appears to be changing.
There is much speculation over why South African President Jacob Zuma deployed his forces to support the Central Africa Republic's clearly failing, dictatorial government. The most popular theory is that both the ANC and its members have private...