• Displaced persons arrive at Bangui airport in CAR

    New displaced persons arrive at the site of the Bangui airport from Monday night, following a new outbreak of violence in the Muslim Quarter of the Central African Republic capital. But living conditions are deplorable. Duration: 00:55

    published: 19 Mar 2014
  • Plane Landing in Bangui Airport

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  • Ledger Plaza Bangui 5*

    The Ledger Plaza Bangui is a 5* property conveniently located 5minutes away from the Bangui international airport and the city centre. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court.

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    Landing at FEFF, Bangui Airport.

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  • EU force in C.Africa starts operation at Bangui airport

    The European Union force sent to help stem deadly sectarian violence in the Central African Republic is operational and has been deployed at Bangui airport, EU sources said Wednesday. Duration: 00:47

    published: 01 May 2014
  • Bangui, Central African Republic

    Very basic scene-setting video of Bangui, Central African Republic prior to the violence that has shaken the country. Shot in early Summer, 2012, it shows the approach to the airport and main road into town, dotted with shops and stalls. While there are glimpses, the video does not well illustrate the extreme poverty that afflicts most of the country.

    published: 31 Dec 2013
  • Bangui décol

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  • 1601 On the streets of Bangui, CAR by car

    On the streets of Bangui, CAR by car

    published: 16 Nov 2011
  • Thousands shelter in Bangui airport as unrest plagues Central African Republic

    Despite the arrival of 1,600 French troops, and patrols by the FOMAC African peacekeepers, the... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/13/thousands-shelter-in-bangui-airport-as-unrest-plagues-central-african-republic Despite the arrival of 1,600 French troops, and patrols by the FOMAC African peacekeepers, the situation in the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR) has yet to be fully stabilised. Many people are taking refuge in Bangui airport where Doctors Without Borders, the only humanitarian aid organisation in the area, is struggling to cope with the inf...

    published: 13 Dec 2013
  • Bangui aeroport

    published: 29 May 2014
  • 550 French troops secure the Bangui airport - Central Africa Republic

    French military released video on Monday of French troop deployment in Central African Republic to secure the airport of the capital Bangui. France, which already had 250 soldiers in Central African Republic, has sent another 300 troops from Gabon since Friday to ensure the security of French citizens and diplomatic installations in Bangui, according to the defense ministry. The airport was now secure, a diplomatic source said on Sunday, adding that for the time being there was nothing to be worried about with no direct immediate threat to French citizens in the country. Rebels in Central African Republic seized the riverside capital Bangui in fierce fighting on Sunday, forcing President Francois Bozize to flee. Blog : http://patrynworldlatestnews.blogspot.com/ Facebook : http://www.fa...

    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • 50,000 Displaced People At Bangui Airport Receive Food Rations

    Thousands of displaced people in Bangui received essential survival supplies on Wednesday (December 18) that would allow them to better deal with the situation for the next few days.

    published: 19 Dec 2013
  • Central African Republic: Bangui Airport Refuge

    UNHCR's High Commissioner António Guterres visits Central African Republic and meets internally displaced people in Bangui airport. He says the international community needs to give the CAR crisis the same focus as the emergencies in Syria and South Sudan. Read more about the Commissioner's visit: http://bit.ly/1hdksZE

    published: 13 Feb 2014
  • Pope leaves Central African Republic

    (30 Nov 2015) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Bangui - 30 November 2015 1. Various of children singing, dancing and waving coloured balloons ahead of Pope Francis' departure 2. Various of Pope Francis at the airport, walking alongside the Interim President of Central African Republic, Catherine Samba-Panza, with military band playing 3. Francis looks on as Samba-Panza greets dignitaries 4. Various of Francis walking up stairs to plane and waving 5. Vatican flag and Central African Republic flag on front of plane 6. Soldiers rolling up red carpet on runway 7. Various of plane taking off and departing STORYLINE: Pope Francis was on his way back to Italy on Monday, following a two-day visit to Central African Republic. After a final Ma...

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Crisis in the Central African Republic: Dispatch One

    They went to the airport when the massacres began. Residents of Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, knew that French soldiers were stationed at Bangui M'Poko International Airport. And so when the latest round of fighting in the city began last week, they fled to the airport, hoping the soldiers would offer them protection. We landed at M'Poko five days later. The sectarian fighting that has led CAR, one of the poorest countries in the world, to the brink of collapse began last March when Michel Djotodia and his loose rebel alliance (known as the Séléka) stormed Bangui and ousted President François Bozizé. Djotodia appointed himself president and tried to integrate the Séléka into the armed forces, but it didn't work. Even Djotodia admitted that he didn't have control ov...

    published: 13 Dec 2013
  • CAR: Food Distributions Resume at Bangui Airport

    WFP has resumed feeding displaced families at Bangui Airport in Central African Republic. The food distributions were halted for three weeks because of insecurity at the site. WFP and its partners plan to provide food to all displaced people at the airport over a 10-day period. For more information, visit http://www.wfp.org/hunger-hot-spots

    published: 10 Jan 2014
  • Arrival of exiled president

    ALL TOKO QUALITY SHOTLIST 1. Various of exterior of Bangui Airport 2. Plane descending 3. Officials 4. Plane landing 5. Officials 6. Plane 7. Official 8. Plane on tarmac 9. Close up of US flag on side of plane 10. Plane 11. Various of officials 12. Ousted Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and wife Mildred Trouillot Aristide (white shirt, dark jacket, dark skirt) walking down stairs, being greeted by officials 13. Various of Aristide, wife and officials walking 14. Aristide, zoom out to Aristide with official 15. Mildred Trouillot Aristide 16. Zoom out from official to official with Mildred Trouillot Aristide 17. Officials STORYLINE Former Haiti President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on Monday claimed he was forced into exile by US forces, telling him they would ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Bangui international airport

    This is Bangui’s International Airport in the Central African Republic

    published: 12 Nov 2017
  • vol Bangui à Douala Boeing 737 700 Asky vol commenté

    vol Bangui à Douala Boeing 737-700 Asky (vol commenté) abonnez-vous:YouTube: http://bit.ly/2g1uHRW simulation de vols commentés (Tuto sur demande) réponses à vos questions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ chaîne de vols commentés destinée aux amoureux de vols aériens avec des vidéos de 30 à 50 minutes en jets internationaux et avions de l’aviation générale (petits avions) ----consulter les playlists pour faire votre choix & n'oubliez pas de vos abonner et de liker. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chain of flights commented for lovers of air flights with videos of 30 to 50 minutes in international jets and aircraft of general aviation (small airplanes) ---- consult the playlists to make your c...

    published: 23 Jan 2017
  • CAR - Extreme violence in Bangui

    Bangui, the country's capital, is in the midst extreme violence. Attacks, lynching, looting and reprisals are everyday occurrences. 100,000 displaced people are living in M'Poko camp near Bangui airport. Forced out of their homes by the violence that is rife in the city, the security they find here is only relative. On January 2nd, shooting at the airport led to the death of two children. That day, MSF, the only medical organization in the camp, treated 40 wounded. But the endemic insecurity compelled MSF to cut back its activities for several days. When they returned to the camp, the teams launched a campaign to vaccinate 68,000 children against measles. At the clinic, 500 people attend for consultations daily. "We're doing our best but we're overwhelmed (...) We can't manage on our own....

    published: 01 Jul 2014
  • Bangui's crowded airport camp Central African Republic war

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    published: 15 Jan 2016
  • France sends troops to CAR to secure airport in Bangui

    Central African Republic: Rebels seize capital Bangui forcing President Bozize to flee. Gabon: France sends troops to CAR to secure airport in Bangui. South Africa: President Zuma confirms at least 13 South African soldiers killed in fighting with rebels in CAR. Mali: Six people dead in fighting between Islamists and Malian and French forces in northern town of Gao. Tanzania: On visit to Dar es Salaam, Chinese President Xi Jinping says China will intensify its efforts to develop relations with Africa.   South Sudan: Portuguese footballer Luis Figo helps South Sudan build a team the young country can be proud of.

    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • Thousands gathered at the Bangui airport in the Central African Republic on Friday, seeking refuge f

    FOR CLEAN VERSION SEE STORY NUMBER: 921300 Thousands of people gathered at the airport at the Central African Republic's capital of Bangui on Friday, seeking refuge from the Muslim rebel group-turned de facto government known as Seleka. The French military, which controls Bangui airport, said about 2-thousand Central Africans took refuge there on Thursday, most if not all of them Christian, and the crowd was continuing to grow on Friday. They fled their homes following a surge of bloodshed on Thursday that left more than 100 people dead in the currently lawless capital. As French soldiers and equipment - including a fighter jet, helicopters, parachutists and armored vehicles - continued to arrive into one of the world's poorest countries, locals stood behind coils of barbed wire, ban...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
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Displaced persons arrive at Bangui airport in CAR

Displaced persons arrive at Bangui airport in CAR

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New displaced persons arrive at the site of the Bangui airport from Monday night, following a new outbreak of violence in the Muslim Quarter of the Central African Republic capital. But living conditions are deplorable. Duration: 00:55
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Plane Landing in Bangui Airport

Plane Landing in Bangui Airport

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Ledger Plaza Bangui 5*

Ledger Plaza Bangui 5*

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The Ledger Plaza Bangui is a 5* property conveniently located 5minutes away from the Bangui international airport and the city centre. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court.
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AF775

AF775

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B737 300 COCKPIT VIEW LANDING ILS RWY 35 BANGUI AIRPORT AFRICA WOL/TUMAI

B737 300 COCKPIT VIEW LANDING ILS RWY 35 BANGUI AIRPORT AFRICA WOL/TUMAI

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EU force in C.Africa starts operation at Bangui airport

EU force in C.Africa starts operation at Bangui airport

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The European Union force sent to help stem deadly sectarian violence in the Central African Republic is operational and has been deployed at Bangui airport, EU sources said Wednesday. Duration: 00:47
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Bangui, Central African Republic

Bangui, Central African Republic

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Very basic scene-setting video of Bangui, Central African Republic prior to the violence that has shaken the country. Shot in early Summer, 2012, it shows the approach to the airport and main road into town, dotted with shops and stalls. While there are glimpses, the video does not well illustrate the extreme poverty that afflicts most of the country.
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Bangui décol

Bangui décol

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1601 On the streets of Bangui, CAR by car

1601 On the streets of Bangui, CAR by car

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On the streets of Bangui, CAR by car
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Thousands shelter in Bangui airport as unrest plagues Central African Republic

Thousands shelter in Bangui airport as unrest plagues Central African Republic

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Despite the arrival of 1,600 French troops, and patrols by the FOMAC African peacekeepers, the... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/13/thousands-shelter-in-bangui-airport-as-unrest-plagues-central-african-republic Despite the arrival of 1,600 French troops, and patrols by the FOMAC African peacekeepers, the situation in the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR) has yet to be fully stabilised. Many people are taking refuge in Bangui airport where Doctors Without Borders, the only humanitarian aid organisation in the area, is struggling to cope with the influx of people. "It's really a big mess because there's nobody else here and we really hope that the other organisations will start to do anything there," explained Tessy Fautsch, emergency medical coordinator at the airport. "As you can see, there are a lot of people everywhere, no toilets, not a lot of water and yeah, it's just a mess," Fautsch said. Reports suggest between ten and forty thousand people have flocked to the airport, in a desperate attempt to seek shelter from the violence. The CAR has been gripped by chaos since mainly Muslim Seleka rebels took control of the country in March. France recently boosted its military presence in the capital following a wave of massacres that has killed over 500 people. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Bangui aeroport

Bangui aeroport

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550 French troops secure the Bangui airport - Central Africa Republic

550 French troops secure the Bangui airport - Central Africa Republic

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French military released video on Monday of French troop deployment in Central African Republic to secure the airport of the capital Bangui. France, which already had 250 soldiers in Central African Republic, has sent another 300 troops from Gabon since Friday to ensure the security of French citizens and diplomatic installations in Bangui, according to the defense ministry. The airport was now secure, a diplomatic source said on Sunday, adding that for the time being there was nothing to be worried about with no direct immediate threat to French citizens in the country. Rebels in Central African Republic seized the riverside capital Bangui in fierce fighting on Sunday, forcing President Francois Bozize to flee. Blog : http://patrynworldlatestnews.blogspot.com/ Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/patryn.worldlatestnews
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50,000 Displaced People At Bangui Airport Receive Food Rations

50,000 Displaced People At Bangui Airport Receive Food Rations

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Thousands of displaced people in Bangui received essential survival supplies on Wednesday (December 18) that would allow them to better deal with the situation for the next few days.
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Central African Republic: Bangui Airport Refuge

Central African Republic: Bangui Airport Refuge

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UNHCR's High Commissioner António Guterres visits Central African Republic and meets internally displaced people in Bangui airport. He says the international community needs to give the CAR crisis the same focus as the emergencies in Syria and South Sudan. Read more about the Commissioner's visit: http://bit.ly/1hdksZE
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Pope leaves Central African Republic

Pope leaves Central African Republic

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(30 Nov 2015) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Bangui - 30 November 2015 1. Various of children singing, dancing and waving coloured balloons ahead of Pope Francis' departure 2. Various of Pope Francis at the airport, walking alongside the Interim President of Central African Republic, Catherine Samba-Panza, with military band playing 3. Francis looks on as Samba-Panza greets dignitaries 4. Various of Francis walking up stairs to plane and waving 5. Vatican flag and Central African Republic flag on front of plane 6. Soldiers rolling up red carpet on runway 7. Various of plane taking off and departing STORYLINE: Pope Francis was on his way back to Italy on Monday, following a two-day visit to Central African Republic. After a final Mass at the sports stadium in Bangui, the Pope's motorcade headed to the airport, where his plane took off. Despite security concerns raised about the pontiff's visit to the highly volatile country, Francis was able to visit the Muslim enclave of PK5 and hold Mass at the cathedral and sports stadium without incident. Bangui's Muslims have been unable to leave the PK5 neighbourhood for months because armed Christian militia fighters have surrounded its perimeter. The Pope also visited Kenya and Uganda as part of his five-day trip to Africa. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: info@aparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cce31646c8f93c624daf96e5b842027b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Crisis in the Central African Republic: Dispatch One

Crisis in the Central African Republic: Dispatch One

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They went to the airport when the massacres began. Residents of Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, knew that French soldiers were stationed at Bangui M'Poko International Airport. And so when the latest round of fighting in the city began last week, they fled to the airport, hoping the soldiers would offer them protection. We landed at M'Poko five days later. The sectarian fighting that has led CAR, one of the poorest countries in the world, to the brink of collapse began last March when Michel Djotodia and his loose rebel alliance (known as the Séléka) stormed Bangui and ousted President François Bozizé. Djotodia appointed himself president and tried to integrate the Séléka into the armed forces, but it didn't work. Even Djotodia admitted that he didn't have control over most of the rebels, many of whom are said to be mercenaries from neighboring Chad and Sudan. Bands of mostly Muslim Séléka rebels are now terrorizing the majority Christian country, raping and murdering civilians as they roam. Civilians have formed their own "anti-balaka" militias — balaka means machete or sword — to fight back. Meanwhile, many of those who aren't fighting have sought refuge in the only places they consider safe: houses of worship. And the Muslim civilian minority fears reprisals by the anti-balaka forces after nine months of Séléka rule. It's important to note that many people with firsthand knowledge of the war have told us that the religious aspect of the conflict — Muslim rebels vs. Christian civilians — is overblown. They say this is not an ideological war, but rather a war of identity that goes back generations. Regardless of the root causes, the United Nations and other prominent NGOs speculate that the situation could become far worse. Read the full article on VICE.com here: http://www.vice.com/read/crisis-in-the-central-african-republic Subscribe to VICE News now: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/
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CAR: Food Distributions Resume at Bangui Airport

CAR: Food Distributions Resume at Bangui Airport

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WFP has resumed feeding displaced families at Bangui Airport in Central African Republic. The food distributions were halted for three weeks because of insecurity at the site. WFP and its partners plan to provide food to all displaced people at the airport over a 10-day period. For more information, visit http://www.wfp.org/hunger-hot-spots
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Arrival of exiled president

Arrival of exiled president

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ALL TOKO QUALITY SHOTLIST 1. Various of exterior of Bangui Airport 2. Plane descending 3. Officials 4. Plane landing 5. Officials 6. Plane 7. Official 8. Plane on tarmac 9. Close up of US flag on side of plane 10. Plane 11. Various of officials 12. Ousted Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and wife Mildred Trouillot Aristide (white shirt, dark jacket, dark skirt) walking down stairs, being greeted by officials 13. Various of Aristide, wife and officials walking 14. Aristide, zoom out to Aristide with official 15. Mildred Trouillot Aristide 16. Zoom out from official to official with Mildred Trouillot Aristide 17. Officials STORYLINE Former Haiti President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on Monday claimed he was forced into exile by US forces, telling him they would "start shooting and killing" if he refused. Aristide spent his first day in hastily arranged exile in the Central African Republic after a violent rebellion to oust him from power as Haiti's first elected president. When asked if he left Haiti on his own, Aristide answered: "No. I was forced to leave." "They were telling me that if I don't leave they would start shooting and be killing in a matter of time," Aristide told The Associated Press, during a brief interview via speaker phone. Aristide, his wife and a few companions landed just after daylight on Monday aboard a contracted US government plane at Bangui's airport in the Central African Republic, a nation as impoverished and nearly as coup-prone as the one he left. Central African Republic government ministers stood by as Aristide descended from a jet in a rumpled suit and a firmly knotted tie. His wife, looking worried, was by his side. Aristide's arrival lacked the red carpet and greeting from the host head of state usually afforded dignitaries. No soldiers were visible as Aristide disembarked from the plane. Although rich in gold, diamonds and other resources, the Central African Republic is habitually unable to pay its civil servants, helping spark strikes, unrest and coup attempts. The country has weathered nine coups or coup attempts since independence from France in 1960. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e493fc1c17ad6f646ecdf429a5111aea Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Bangui international airport

Bangui international airport

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vol Bangui à Douala Boeing 737 700 Asky vol commenté

vol Bangui à Douala Boeing 737 700 Asky vol commenté

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vol Bangui à Douala Boeing 737-700 Asky (vol commenté) abonnez-vous:YouTube: http://bit.ly/2g1uHRW simulation de vols commentés (Tuto sur demande) réponses à vos questions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ chaîne de vols commentés destinée aux amoureux de vols aériens avec des vidéos de 30 à 50 minutes en jets internationaux et avions de l’aviation générale (petits avions) ----consulter les playlists pour faire votre choix & n'oubliez pas de vos abonner et de liker. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chain of flights commented for lovers of air flights with videos of 30 to 50 minutes in international jets and aircraft of general aviation (small airplanes) ---- consult the playlists to make your choice & do not forget your Subscribe and liker.
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CAR - Extreme violence in Bangui

CAR - Extreme violence in Bangui

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Bangui, the country's capital, is in the midst extreme violence. Attacks, lynching, looting and reprisals are everyday occurrences. 100,000 displaced people are living in M'Poko camp near Bangui airport. Forced out of their homes by the violence that is rife in the city, the security they find here is only relative. On January 2nd, shooting at the airport led to the death of two children. That day, MSF, the only medical organization in the camp, treated 40 wounded. But the endemic insecurity compelled MSF to cut back its activities for several days. When they returned to the camp, the teams launched a campaign to vaccinate 68,000 children against measles. At the clinic, 500 people attend for consultations daily. "We're doing our best but we're overwhelmed (...) We can't manage on our own. We've got to have help! Where is everyone? I don't get it. We're right next to the airport, it's not like they don't know... Everyone knows they're here, this is the capital city's airport!" said MSF Project Coordinator, Lindis Hurum. Another team is working at Bangui's Community hospital. They arrived in September only to see the situation rapidly deteriorate at the beginning of December. "We were expecting a dozen or so patients a day. On the 5th of December we received 120 wounded, another 80 the following day, 60 the next...30 casualties on average, then it would calm down for a few days before erupting again. It was like that throughout the month of December, the beginning of January is looking calmer, but we can't be sure of anything" said MSF Head of Mission, Marie-Elisabeth Ingres. Patients arrive here with machete and stab wounds, sometimes even wounds from torture... MSF calls on all parties to end violence against civilians, patients and medical personnel in Central African Republic.
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Bangui's crowded airport camp Central African Republic war

Bangui's crowded airport camp Central African Republic war

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France sends troops to CAR to secure airport in Bangui

France sends troops to CAR to secure airport in Bangui

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Central African Republic: Rebels seize capital Bangui forcing President Bozize to flee. Gabon: France sends troops to CAR to secure airport in Bangui. South Africa: President Zuma confirms at least 13 South African soldiers killed in fighting with rebels in CAR. Mali: Six people dead in fighting between Islamists and Malian and French forces in northern town of Gao. Tanzania: On visit to Dar es Salaam, Chinese President Xi Jinping says China will intensify its efforts to develop relations with Africa.   South Sudan: Portuguese footballer Luis Figo helps South Sudan build a team the young country can be proud of.
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Thousands gathered at the Bangui airport in the Central African Republic on Friday, seeking refuge f

Thousands gathered at the Bangui airport in the Central African Republic on Friday, seeking refuge f

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FOR CLEAN VERSION SEE STORY NUMBER: 921300 Thousands of people gathered at the airport at the Central African Republic's capital of Bangui on Friday, seeking refuge from the Muslim rebel group-turned de facto government known as Seleka. The French military, which controls Bangui airport, said about 2-thousand Central Africans took refuge there on Thursday, most if not all of them Christian, and the crowd was continuing to grow on Friday. They fled their homes following a surge of bloodshed on Thursday that left more than 100 people dead in the currently lawless capital. As French soldiers and equipment - including a fighter jet, helicopters, parachutists and armored vehicles - continued to arrive into one of the world's poorest countries, locals stood behind coils of barbed wire, banging on plastic buckets, waving rags in the air and singing with joy. The Seleka rebels have run rampant in Central African Republic after toppling the president in March, fighting against Christian militias who back the ousted leader. The capital remains awash in weapons and recent attempts at disarmament have yielded little success. Thursday's bloodshed came as Christian militias, formed by supporters of the ousted president, raided Muslim neighborhoods. It came hours before a UN Security Council vote to authorize the French deployment. Despite the cheers that went up when a jet engine roared overhead, France insisted it was going only reluctantly into Central African Republic and with the limited aim of doubling its presence in the country to 1,200 troops. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d16162cbe33f319f96ed5739f5723aed Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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