Central African Republic elections
Central African Republic: The Aftermath of Rape in War
Survivors of sexual violence in CAR are deprived of basic health care and stigmatized.
Congo-Brazzaville Peacekeepers 'Killed 18' in CAR
Those killed include a woman and children, whose remains were discovered in February.
Violence in Central African Republic Kills 12
The conflict-torn country recently elected a new president, who has pledged to disarm militant groups.
Joseph Kony's LRA is Still Abducting Children in CAR
Kony's notorious militant group has kidnapped more than 200 people so far this year.
Ex-Math Professor Touadera Triumphs in CAR Elections
Touadera is tasked with establishing peace in a country decimated by sectarian conflict.
CAR Elections: Dologuele and Touadera Face Off
One of the world's poorest countries will soon be led by an ex-banker or former maths professor.
U.N. to Send Troops Home From CAR Amid Sex Abuse Crisis
The U.N.'s mission in CAR has uncovered a further seven alleged cases of sexual abuse and exploitation.
Who Can Save Central African Republic?
The conflict-torn country will find out on February 14 who its new leader is.
CAR Parliamentary Vote Faces Rerun After 400 Complaints
Two candidates for the presidency will face off on February 14.
CAR Elections: Ex-Prime Ministers Set for Run-Off Vote
There was no clear winner in the first round of voting in the conflict-torn Central African Republic.
CAR Elections: Candidates Say Vote Was Unfair
A former math professor is leading the polls in the impoverished African nation.
Vote Count Stars After Peaceful CAR Election
Elections took place on Wednesday after four delays and sectarian violence.
Central African Republic Elections: Five Key Challenges
Sectarian violence and a mass exodus of refugees will need to be resolved by a new government.