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Central African Republic

Armed groups continued to commit war crimes and other human rights abuses. Sexual violence remained widespread. The justice system made important but limited progress towards combating impunity for crimes under international law. The right to health was severely restricted. Foreign companies were...
Central African Republic Armed Conflict

Central African Republic: Arrest and transfer of former Seleka armed group leader to the ICC, a positive step towards justice for victims

Following the Central African Republic authorities’ transfer of a former Seleka armed group leader to the International Criminal Court (ICC), Alice Banens, Amnesty International Legal advisor said: “The arrest and transfer of Mahamat Said Abdel Kani, who is accused of war crimes and crimes against...