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Week in Review: How words count in transitional justice
Transitional justice is also a question of words, like genocide or ethnic cleansing, resonant with bloody memories of Rwanda or the Balkans. Short of words to…
CENTRAL AFRICAN PARLIAMENTARIANS MARCH AGAINST VIOLENCE
In an unusual move, members of the Central African Republic’s transitional parliament (CNT) on Wednesday staged a peaceful march in Bangui denouncing the failure of…
ELECTORAL CALENDAR UNCERTAIN AS LIFE RETURNS TO BANGUI
Normal activities have resumed in Bangui since the beginning of the week, with banks and shops reopening, taxis, minibuses and motorcycle taxis working again. But…
HIGH TENSION IN BANGUI
The Central African Republic capital Bangui returned to gradual and only relative calm Tuesday after three days of inter-community violence which left at least 40…
CAR Special Court signed into law
The Central African Republic (CAR) has taken a new step towards setting up a Special Criminal Court to try the most serious crimes committed in…
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC WANTS TO LEARN LESSONS FROM HABRE TRIAL
Bangui, May 25, 2015 (FH) – The Central African Republic (CAR) wants to learn lessons from the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC), set up within the…
SPECIAL COURT TO TRY SERIOUS CRIMES IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Bangui, April 25, 2015 – The Central African Republic is to set up a Special Criminal Court to try serious crimes committed in that country.…