(OHCHR) – Mass killings and other serious human rights violations have been documented in an extensive UN mapping report covering the multiple conflicts in the Central African Republic between 2003 and 2015.  Many of the violations may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity, the mapping report states, as it sets out a strategy to fight pervasive impunity in the country. “We know some people are getting anxious about this report,” said Andrew Gilmour, the Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, who is currently on an official visit to the Central African Republic. “We are talking of those who committed some of the most appalling violations, who are now aware that their actions were observed and carefully documented. Naturally they are nervous that justice will catch up with them. Justice is the overwhelming demand of the Central African population – and the main motive of this report.”