Central African Republic

The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

Saving a Pristine Wilderness from Militarized Poachers and a Humanitarian Crisis

Chinko, in the Central African Republic, "portrays hope in a situation where everything is stacked up to be doom and gloom. We are not allowing Eden to be lost. We are in the process of bringing Eden back."
Jack Losh
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump asked Comey to drop Flynn investigation, poll finds almost half of US voters want president impeached, feds subpoena Paul Manafort, and more.
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The Man Who Spent 30 Years in the Rainforest Preserving the Music of the Bayaka

Louis Sarno went to record the music of the Central African Republic's Bayaka community in the 80s and never turned back.
Emiko Jozuka

Photos of the Central African Republic Fractured by Civil War

Photos of the CAR's escalating civil war between the Muslim rebel fighters and the pro-government Christian forces.
Photos by Christian Werner
The First Annual Fiction Issue

What Poverty, War, and Hatred Have Done to Central Africa

The country has been torn apart by years of civil war and strife, and its people don't seem to have any faith that their leaders can fix it.
Frederick Paxton and Melanie Gouby
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Latest on VICE: China's 'Leftover Women,' Religious Wars in Central African Republic, and Space Tourism

We took a break last week for the Thanksgiving holiday but VICE didn't stop bringing it with fresh new videos for you to check out. Here's our latest slate of documentaries for you to watch.
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VICE Specials

Prison Tennis, Cambo, and Riff Raff's Diet: Latest on VICE

The backwoods of Alabama with Cambo, diamond mining in the Central African Republic, the weight gain diet with Riff Raff, and tennis with inmates.
VICE Staff
VICE Specials

Rebels, Feasts, and Life in Slow Motion: Latest on VICE

Rebels in the Central African Republic, lamb feasts in New Brunswick, MMA in Kabul, and life in slow motion. This is the latest on VICE.
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The Cannibal Emperor of Bangui and Africa’s Forgotten Conflict

Tomorrow marks the 35th anniversary of the French-organized military coup that ousted the cannibalistic self-proclaimed Emperor of the Central African Republic, Jean-Bédel Bokassa.
Brian Klaas

The Husband of a Woman Who Was Stoned to Death Admits to Killing His First Wife

It was a very bad week in Pakistan.
VICE Staff

War in the Central African Republic

The Central African Republic's capital of Bangui has seen its Muslim population drop from 130,000 to under 1,000 during the past few months. The current conflict has now completely erased the rule of law, leaving the UN and international community...
Danny Gold

Fighters in the Central African Republic Are Using Black Magic to Protect Themselves

It doesn't often work.
Johnny Miller