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Topic: Central African Republic

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

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Church leaders in Central African Republic tell of humanitarian crisis in capital city

Thousands of civilians take shelter in churches, but parishes struggling to cope

Thousands in Central African Republic turn to bishop for protection

More than 35,000 people are living on the 40-acre diocesan compound in Bossangoa

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Priest in Central African Republic hopeful of foreign help after archbishop’s appeal to UN

International community urged to help set up election body and investigate alleged crimes against humanity

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