Articles by Central African Republic
Russia Admits It Owns Intercepted Aircraft In Nigeria, But Cargo Of Arms, Military Hardware Came From France
December 09 2014 12:43 AM
Russia admitted ownership of the heavy military transport aircraft that got intercepted in Nigeria over the weekend, but not its cargo.
Why The UN Report Shows One In 3 Children Being Abused In Global Human Trafficking
November 26 2014 1:17 PM
The latest UN Office on Drugs and Crime said that the rate has shot up in Africa and the Middle-East, in which two-thirds of such cases are located.
New Zealand Named Third World's Most Prosperous Nation Ahead of Australia, UK, US
November 03 2014 7:07 PM
The latest Legatum Prosperity Index revealed New Zealand as the third most prosperous country in the world.
Fueled by Improved Treatments: Canadian Life Expectancy Rises, 80 For Men, 84 For Women
May 16 2014 1:21 PM
With improved treatments, life expectancy among Canadians has surged with males expected to reach 80 and females 84, based on a report released by the World Health Organization.
Central African Republic Cannibal Details How He Ate A Muslim’s Flesh [VIDEO]
January 14 2014 8:24 PM
Central African Republic cannibal Ouandja Magloire recounted the gruesome incident in which he ate the flesh of a Muslim an angry crowd had dragged from a bus. He calls himself “Mad Dog,” and he proudly detailed what how he burned the man and ate him.
UN Security Council Adopts Australian Resolution to Restrict Illicit Small Arms Trade
September 30 2013 6:32 PM
The United Nations Security Council, on Thursday, passed an Australia-sponsored landmark resolution seeking to restrict trade and distribution of illicit small arms and weapons. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop presided over the debate on the resolution. The resolution got an overwhelming 14 yes votes with no country voting against and the lone dissenter, Russia deciding to abstain.
FIBA Africa 2013 First Round: Stats, Results and Recap (August 22)
August 23 2013 2:21 PM
Day Three of the 2013 FIBA Africa Championship witnessed a pair of games that went down the wire, the host team winning big time against a regional rival, and one of the continent's most dominant teams stamping its class.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef Vies for Chance to Become UNESCO Heritage Site
June 17 2013 12:13 PM
The Great Barrier Reef of Australia may be listed as a UNESCO heritage site along with six other ancient sites in Syria. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation convened on Sunday for its annual gathering to decide which cultural treasure around the world deserves to be recognized as World Heritage site.