Central African Republic News
Myanmar military put on UN blacklist for sexual violence
A new UN report puts Myanmar's armed forces on a U.N. blacklist of government and rebel groups "credibly suspected" of carrying out rapes and other acts of sexual violence in conflict for the first time
Corpses displayed in protest in Central African Republic
Corpses displayed in protest at UN peacekeeping offices in Central African Republic
3 dead, 30 wounded in raid by UN-C. African Republic forces
The United Nations mission in Central African Republic says at least three people have been killed and 30 wounded during a joint operation with the military to dismantle the bases of armed groups inside the capital
Tillerson fights negative perceptions, Chinese influence, terrorism in first trip to Africa
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is making a week-long, five-nation visit to Africa where he's expected to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to development, democracy, security, and trade. But he does so against the harsh perception that the Trump administration does not care about Africa - after
State Department overhauls travel warning system for Americans abroad
The State Department is overhauling its travel warning system for Americans abroad for the first time in years in an effort to streamline information on threats overseas and present it in a clearer, more direct fashion, it said. The changes come at a time of global upheaval that’s difficult for
A party? Pulling funding? What could be next for Trump admin after loss at UN?
Hours after 65 countries abstained, voted absent, or voted against a United Nations resolution condemning President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel 's capital and move the U.S. embassy there, they got an invitation from U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley -- to a party-- to say "thank you
War, hunger, extremism will intensify in 2018: Report
War, hunger and extremist violence around the world will intensify next year, a Geneva-based think-tank predicted in a new report. The report published Thursday by ACAPS, a nonprofit that supports the global humanitarian sector with daily monitoring and analysis of 150 nations, examined the current
Saudia Arabia criticized for giving female robot citizenship, while it restricts women’s rights
A robot woman in Saudi Arabia was granted citizenship this week, sparking a backlash that said the robot appeared to have more rights than millions of human women and foreigners living in the Gulf nation. Sophia , a robot with human female features that can make facial expressions and hold
Making the Journey: A Look at the Plight of the World's Refugees
ABC News' Serena Marshall is at the Doctors Without Borders Exhibit on the global refugee crisis in Washington, DC.
The Countries at the Heart of the Refugee Crisis
ABC News' Serena Marshall is at the Doctors Without Borders Exhibit with a look at the half dozen countries that are at the heart of the global refugee crisis.