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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
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.
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://rfg.ee/tAeA1 Help support our work in this crisis now: http://rfg.ee/tR3Cr Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. -- UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, works to protect and assist those fleeing war and persecution. Since 1950, we have helped tens of millions of people find safety and rebuild their lives. With your s...
Humanitarian workers are now warning of an outbreak of diseases spreading in the camps for the displaced
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...
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...
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Bangui has be a war zone since December 5th, 2013. When the shooting broke out, many fled to the airport where the French military base is. At one point more than 100,000 people were living there. On Sunday, May 4th, instead of gunfire, JOY broke out at the as believers from various denominations of like faith worshiped together.
Due to extreme violence, 1 million people in the Central African Republic have been uprooted from their homes. Across the capital city of Bangui, more than 60 camps have sprung up. The IRC is there, providing basic assistance such as food and shelter, as well as helping to protect women and children. (Interview: Late January 2014) Music by Chris Zabriskie Learn more about our work in Central African Republic: http://www.rescue.org/where/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...
The Independent | 26 May 2018
The Independent | 26 May 2018