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Central African conflicts
Part of Second Cold War
Date c. ? 2009 — September 2015
Location Mainly Central Africa
Result
Destruction of most rebel groups, establishment/preservation of governments
Belligerents
CAR Flag Central African Republic

Congolese flag Democratic Republic of the Congo


Logistical support only:
Cameroon Cameroon


Diplomatic support only:
Flag of NATO NATO

  • Flag of the United States United States
  • Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • Flag of Canada Canada
  • Flag of France France
  • Flag of Germany Germany
  • Others . . .
Various militant and rebel groups, including:
  • M23 Movement
  • Islamic Republic of Central Africa
  • Lord's Resistance Army
  • Boko Haram
Commanders
CAR Flag Michel Djotodia (August 2013—January 2014)

CAR Flag Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet (January 2014)
CAR Flag Catherine Samba-Panza (January 2014—)
CAR Flag Nicolas Tiangaye (January 2013—January 2014)
CAR Flag Andre Nzapayeke (January 2014—)
Congolese flag Joseph Kabila
Congolese flag Louis Alphonse Koyagialo (March—April 2012)
Congolese flag Augustin Matata Ponyo (April 2012—)

Many, including:
  • Joseph Kony
Strength
CAR Flag 17,000 troops

Congolese flag 35,000 troops

Unknown, estimated 80,000—90,000 militants
Casualties and losses
At least 7,000 killed At least 35,000 killed


The Central African conflicts were a series of conflicts beginning generally around 2009 throughout Central African countries, such as the Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of Mali, and Federal Republic of Nigeria. They included the rise of rebel groups and instability throughout those countries, and saw increased civilian casualties.

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