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Bouar

 

a city in the Central African Republic. Administrative center of the Nana-Nambéré prefecture. Population, 24,600 (1966). Bouar is the commercial center of an agricultural district whose major crops are cotton, manioc, millet, and sorghum; cattle raising is also important. There is a thermal electric power station.

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In particular, they welcomed the deployment of prefects and subprefects, the resumption of criminal sessions in Bouar and Bangui, the efforts to operationalize the Special Criminal Court, as well as the first results of the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration pilot project with the integration of former elements of armed groups into the armed forces.
Members of the patrol of the Bangladeshi contingent of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) count the trucks arriving at the checkpoint in Baoro along the road between Bouar to Bangui, in this October 15, 2017 photo.
The body was found with a bullet wound to the head and chest, and was rushed to the Bouar Public Hospital.
In Bouar, some 70 anti-Balaka handed over a number of weapons, marking the first time anti-Balaka have voluntarily handed over military equipment in that area.
Ceux-ci forment un groupe homogene d'environ 5000 personnes reparties en une quarantaine de villages au sud-ouest de Bouar (R.
Chrysostom Gody); Village SOS Enfants, Bouar, Central African Republic (O.
21 that women religious had been raped by members of the predominantly Muslim Seleka alliance in the Bouar diocese in the northwestern part of the country.
A Muslim community of more than 8,000 people in Bouar ''remains effectively imprisoned, unable to flee the violence.
Les distributions alimentaires ont ete suspendues dans les villes du nord-ouest de Bouar et Bozoum a cause des combats.
Friday's attack took place in the remote northwest of the country outside the town of Bouar and shows African and French peacekeepers are not reaching remote areas where violence goes unreported, said the British charity's country director Robert Lankenau.
beaucoup moins que]Il y a des violences un peu partout a Bouar (dans l'ouest, pres de la frontiere camerounaise), Sibut (160 km au nord de Bangui), Boali (dans le nord-ouest)[beaucoup plus grand que], indique la Misca.
Around 20 more people were killed on Thursday when anti-balaka fighters attacked a convoy of Muslims, many of them women and children, headed for the town of Bouar, some 450 km (280 miles) to the west of Bangui, witnesses said.