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B. 03-24 CAR President Bozize flees capital Bangui, CAR
C. 11-04 DR Congo claims defeat of M23 rebels Bunagana, Congo
3. 12-06 'Hundreds dead' in CAR violence Bangui, CAR
12-17 South Sudan clashes 'kill 400-500' Southern Sudan
F. 12-23 Rebels seize key town in South Sudan Bentiu, Southern Sudan
6. 12-23 'Mass ethnic killings' in South Sudan Southern Sudan
H. 12-27 South Sudan government agrees in principle to ceasefire Southern Sudan

Summary.     Click for More > South Sudan attackers storm UN base S Sudan rebels 'control key state' 'Atmosphere of fear' in S Sudan Rebels seize key town in South Sudan UN seeks to boost South Sudan force 'Mass ethnic killings' in South Sudan   New details are emerging of alleged ethnic killings committed during more than a week of violence in South Sudan S Sudan army 'recaptures key town' S Sudan mediation efforts stepped up UN renews South Sudan peace plea Africa heads to discuss South Sudan South Sudan government agrees in principle to ceasefire South Sudan rebels wary of truce South Sudan peace talks planned as forces clash
Sudan leaders back buffer zone 'Many die' in Mali mountain clashes Top al-Qaeda leader 'killed in Mali' Islamist militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar 'killed in Mali' CAR President Bozize flees capital   Rebels in the Central African Republic have taken the capital, Bangui, after President Francois Bozize fled DR Congo claims defeat of M23 rebels Map of Bunagana Congo  The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed victory over M23 rebels in the east of the country Call for UN action on CAR 'chaos' U.N. approves Central African Republic peacekeeping force   'Hundreds dead' in CAR violence   At least 300 people have been killed in two days of violence in the capital of the Central African Republic, says the Red Cross South Sudan clashes 'kill 400-500'
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Alarm grows over use of child soldiers   Sudan leaders back buffer zone  The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have reaffirmed their commitment to setting up a buffer zone on their shared border and resuming oil ex... 'Many die' in Mali mountain clashes Map of Ifoghas mountains Mali  13 Chadian soldiers and 65 Islamist insurgents have been killed in heavy fighting in a remote part of northern Mali, Chad's military says Top al-Qaeda leader 'killed in Mali'  Abdelhamid Abou Zeid has been killed in northern Mali, Chadian President Idriss Deby has said Islamist militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar 'killed in Mali'   Islamist militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar has been killed by Chadian soldiers in Mali, Chad's armed forces say CAR President Bozize flees capital Map of Bangui CAR


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Feb.24  DR Congo peace accord is signed


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Mar.4  At least 7 killed after plane crashes
 Forest elephants decline by 62% in 10 years
Mar.18  War crimes suspect in US embassy
Mar.22  CAR forces 'halt rebel advance'
Mar.23  CAR rebels 'enter capital Bangui'
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  Rebels in the Central African Republic have taken the capital, Bangui, after President Francois Bozize fled
 CAR coup leaders 'must remain calm' Mar.25  CAR rebels 'suspend constitution' Mar.29  Xi wraps up Africa trip in Congo Mar.31  CAR rebel leader names government

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May.8  Girls as young as 6 raped by Congo troops, UN says May.16  More than 20 killed in Congo mine collapse

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Jun.8  Sudan orders South Sudan oil pipeline closed Jun.24  African homophobia condemned Jun.30  Uganda tanker fire kills 29 people

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Jul.21  Logging slows in Africa's rainforest Jul.31 'Oil threat' to Africa's oldest park


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Aug.16 UN: Child soldiers freed in DR Congo
Aug.29 DR Congo unrest: Rwanda condemns 'bombing'

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Sep.30 UN reports refugees from Congo war swelling


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Oct.20 South Sudan rebels kill 41 in gun attack


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Nov.3 Rare solar eclipse in America, Europe and Africa
Nov.4   DR Congo claims defeat of M23 rebels Map of Bunagana Congo
  The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed victory over M23 rebels in the east of the country
Nov.17  Cameroon qualify for seventh World Cup Nov.18 CAR communal violence spiralling out control Nov.25   Call for UN action on CAR 'chaos'  The UN deputy secretary general has called for urgent action in the Central African Republic (CAR), warning it is descending into 'complete ... Nov.26 France to send 1,000 more troops to Central African Republic

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Dec.5   U.N. approves Central African Republic peacekeeping force  Months after a coup escalated chaos and violence, the council unanimously approved the deployment of African and French forces there Dec.6     'Hundreds dead' in CAR violence
Map of Bangui CAR
  At least 300 people have been killed in two days of violence in the capital of the Central African Republic, says the Red Cross
Dec.7 Huge African troop surge for CAR French troops reach tense CAR town Dec.9 US to fly AU peacekeepers into CAR Dec.10 Two French soldiers killed in CAR Dec.11 Kony's LRA weakened further after largest defection in five years Dec.16 Children killed in DR Congo attack Dec.17   South Sudan clashes 'kill 400-500'
  Hundreds of people are believed to have died in clashes between rival South Sudan army factions, the UN says, quoting unconfirmed reports
Dec.18 UK to airlift Britons from S Sudan
Dec.19   South Sudan attackers storm UN base   The United Nations says it fears casualties after attackers forced their way into a peacekeeping base in South Sudan's Jonglei state S Sudan on precipice, Obama warns Dec.20 Uganda gays face life in prison South Sudan talks 'productive' Dec.21 S Sudan evacuation aircraft fired on   S Sudan rebels 'control key state'
Map of Unity Southern Sudan  Former South Sudan Vice-President Riek Machar has said rebel troops have captured the oil-producing state of Unity and control much of the country Dec.22   'Atmosphere of fear' in S Sudan   A UN official in South Sudan has spoken of an atmosphere of fear and desperation as violence escalates Dec.23   Rebels seize key town in South Sudan
Map of Bentiu Southern Sudan  Rebels have seized Bentiu, the capital of a key oil-producing state, as fears grew that the latest violence would spiral into an all-out civil war S Sudan army readies for new assault   UN seeks to boost South Sudan force   UN chief Ban Ki-moon has urged the Security Council to add 5,500 UN troops to the 7,000-strong force in South Sudan, amid escalating fighting...   'Mass ethnic killings' in South Sudan
  New details are emerging of alleged ethnic killings committed during more than a week of violence in South Sudan
Dec.24   S Sudan army 'recaptures key town'   President Salva Kiir says his forces have recaptured the key town of Bor, days after it was seized by rebels in a week-long conflict Thousands dead in South Sudan violence, UN says
  S Sudan mediation efforts stepped up   International efforts are intensifying to end the bloodshed in South Sudan, where thousands of people are believed to have died in the past 10... Dec.26     UN renews South Sudan peace plea   The UN has renewed its call for rival forces in South Sudan to lay down their arms and says it expects the first UN reinforcements to arrive...     Africa heads to discuss South Sudan   East Africa's leaders are to meet in Kenya to discuss growing violence in South Sudan, where more than 1,000 people are believed to have die... Dec.27   South Sudan government agrees in principle to ceasefire   South Sudan's government says it has agreed 'in principle' to a cease-fire meant to stop fighting that has left more than 1,000 people dead   South Sudan rebels wary of truce   South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar has said there must be proper negotiations before the rebels can agree to a truce with the government Dec.28 S Sudan rebel youths in war march Chadians evacuated from CAR conflict Dec.29 S Sudan youths 'abandon war march' Fears for South Sudan children Dec.30 DR Congo 'repulses terror attacks' Dec.31   South Sudan peace talks planned as forces clash Map of Bor Southern Sudan  South Sudan President Salva Kiir and former Vice President Riek Machar have agreed to a cessation of hostilities and to peace talks