Central African Republic (CAR)

Amnesty warns killings, sexual violence and displacements continue despite peace agreement in Central African Republic

Amnesty International warned on Wednesday that killings, sexual violence and displacements have continued in Central African Republic (CAR) despite the first anniversary of the Khartoum peace agreement signed between the government and 14 armed groups.

IMF approves $115.1 million three-year loan to Central African Republic under ECF

The executive board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday approved $115.1 million three-year loan for the Central African Republic under an extended credit facility. The board also approved an immediate disbursement of $16.4 million.

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