AA World Food Programme plane over Bangui in 2016.
AA World Food Programme plane over Bangui in 2016. © Siegfried Modola/Reuters
Central African kerosene reserves have dwindled to almost nothing, and with the state having requisitioned what little remains, the UN and airlines have cancelled a raft of flights. Stocks of diesel and petrol are also starting to run low, though Bangui is expecting fresh supplies as of August. [...] (697 words)
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