Nigerians have fled Boko Haram while CAR residents have been uprooted due to sectarian violence.
The alleged abuse took place in an IDP camp in the country's capital, Bangui.
There was no clear winner in the first round of voting in the conflict-torn Central African Republic.
Algeria is pushing for cooperation as militant groups like Boko Haram and ISIL look to recruit in Africa.
Sectarian violence and a mass exodus of refugees will need to be resolved by a new government.
The figure represents a slight increase from 2014.
U.N. coordinator in Cameroon warns that Boko Haram could migrate eastwards towards the Central African Republic.
The pope visited an enclave of the Central African Republic capital where 15,000 Muslims are trapped.
Africa's Catholic population has grown by 238 percent over the past 35 years.
Security for the pope is the heaviest ever seen.
Pope will visit a mosque while in Central African Republic.
The political and communal impasse risks triggering a new flare-up.
Armed assailants in the Central African Republic's capital killed two men and three women and set scores of homes ablaze.
A new campaign urges the United Nations to strip peacekeepers of their immunity from prosecution.
UN aid worker reportedly suspended after leaking report detailing abuse by French troops in Bangui last year.
A love of pygmy music led Louis Sarno to a life in the jungles of the Central African Republic.
"In almost every corner of the globe, millions of Christians, Muslims, Hindus and others representing a range of faiths were forced from their homes," a U.S. report says
The violence came minutes after the president promised to restore security at a ceremony to reinstate the divided country's armed forces