French reinforcements arrive in Bangui after the rebel coup in March 2013 (photo: dpa)

Central African tragedy finally stirs the world’s conscience

France and the United Nations are beginning to take the multiple problems of the Central African Republic seriously, months after the coup which overthrew President Francois Bozize. Rebuilding the nation will not be easy amid poverty, economic chaos and simmering local rivalries. But the crisis demonstrates that there are still places, particularly in Africa, where foreign intervention is necessary to avert anarchy.

THE landlocked, poverty-stricken Central African Republic (CAR) is attracting the world’s attention at last.

The international community has begun to worry about this forgotten country at the end of world, whose presid...

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 Charles Millon
If the United Nations truly decides to become involved it will have the delicate mission of rebuilding trust between the new government and a destitute population
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