Bambari


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Bambari

 

a city in the Central African Republic; located on the Ouaka River (Congo Basin); administrative center of Ouaka Prefecture. Population, 25,500 (1966).

Bambari is a highway junction. It is the commercial center of the surrounding agricultural region (cotton growing and livestock breeding). Bambari has a cotton ginning factory, an oil mill, and a soap factory.

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Sudanese refugees in the Central African Republic were being hosted in Pladama Ouaka camp, near Bambari.
The three-month training takes place in Bangui and in regions that have been the hardest hit by conflict (such as Kaga Bandoro, Bambari and Haute Kotto), and are still hosting up to hundreds of thousands of displaced people.
Jeudi et vendredi, au moins 25 personnes, dont six gendarmes, ont ete tuees lors d'affrontements a Bambari (centre) et ses environs, selon la mission onusienne, Minusca.
The second biggest city, Bambari in the central part of the country also experienced fighting in early July.
BANGUy (CyHAN)- Continuing her visit to the Central African Republic (CAR), the special coordinator on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) met with troops in Bambari.
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A UN peacekeeper was slightly wounded when the MINUSCA force intervened at the Ngakobo camp near the central city of Bambari, where tensions have been running high after several incidents.
official Monday condemned the August 20 attack in Bambari, Central African Republic (CAR), against humanitarian workers that resulted in the injury of one staff member from the Red Cross Movement.
For our part, there's no problem, but it's up to the leaders of the Seleka to convince their leaders who are in Bambari to have faith in this process," Sebastien Wenezoui, an assistant coordinator of the anti-Balaka, said.
Seventeen people, all of them from the (Muslim) Fulani minority, were killed on Monday by young gunmen claiming to be from the (mostly Christian) anti-balaka" militia near the town of Bambari, an officer from the African Union force told on condition of anonymity.
A man waves a machete during a protest against French peacekeeping troops in Bambari on May 23.