Friday, January 22, 2021

Topic: Central African Republic

Wagner-wagon spotted in troubled Central African Republic

A relatively rare and heavily customized Ural-432007-0111-31 6-ton truck, allegedly owned by a Russian state-sponsored private military contractor Wagner, was spotted near the Bangui, Central African Republic. The...

Russia sends military helicopters to Central African Republic

Russia reportedly has deployed two Mi-8AMTSh Hipp military helicopters to the Central African Republic. On Friday, the heavy-lift An-124 Ruslan (Condor) cargo plane delivered two Russian Mi-8AMTSh Hipp...

Russia deploys troops to Central African Republic

Western media outlets say Russia has been deploying troops to Central African Republic to support Russian state-sponsored private military contractors, or PMCs, operating there. A number of Ilyushin -76...

UN Peacekeeper Killed In Clashes With Militants In Central African Republic

A UN peacekeeper was killed in the Central African Republic Tuesday following a clash with Muslim Seleka rebels that comes just weeks before elections in the troubled...

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