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Topic: Central African Republic

Thousands of children traumatised amid Central African Republic violence

9,000 people who have found refuge at a seminary in the capital, Bangui

Bishops: killing is now ‘anodyne act’ in Central African Republic

Bishops criticise government for failing to turn ‘new page’ in country’s history

Bishop: Muslim militant saved me from beheading in Central African Republic

Bishop Nestor-Désiré Nongo-Aziagbia had been kidnapped by Seleka Islamists

Official blames UN peacekeepers for failing to stop church massacre

Priest, 76, was among those killed in attack on church in Bangui, Central African Republic

Bishop in Central African Republic rescued on way to execution

Bishop says he and three parish priests narrowly escaped being killed by Islamist rebels

Bishops urge African leaders to take action to prevent more humanitarian disasters

‘Politicians must not wait until situations get out of hand,’ say bishops in statement

UN official lauds Church’s support of migrants

Antonio Guterres says his agency and others working with migrants can do more

Catholic leaders praise missionaries in Central African Republic

Priests and nuns have remained in the country during the current conflict, despite offers of evacuation.

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Central African Republic Archbishop pleads with British government for help

Archbishop Nzapalainga in London to urge politicians to lobby for UN intervention