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Morocco shares its approach to fighting terrorism and extremism

Morocco has developed a strategy to prevent the abuse of religion to justify and incite terrorist violence and is now sharing it with the world.

These measures were introduced in response to the 2003 terrorist bombings in Casablanca.

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Two million people pulled from brink of famine in South Sudan

The food situation has improved in South Sudan with more than two million people pulled from the brink of famine, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

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Ebola child survivors bear strong stigma in their communities

Children orphaned by Ebola are facing stigma and rejection in their families and their communities, according to the UN Children’s Fund UNICEF.

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Violence continues to obstruct relief assistance in Syria

Ongoing violence continues to make it difficult for humanitarian agencies to provide relief assistance to the people in need in Syria.

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Clean energy is possible for every country: UAE

Every country in the world can achieve the goal of using clean energy, according to the ambassador of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the United Nations.

The use of fossil fuels is responsible for the emissions of greenhouse gases that cause global warming and climate change.

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Continuing to ignore Africa’s refugee crisis a risk for global peace

Continuing to ignore Africa’s humanitarian crises is a risk for global peace and security.

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“Irregular migration” claims over 40,000 lives since year 2000

Governments around the world are been urged by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to address what it describes as “an epidemic of crime and victimization”.

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Economic situation remains most critical issue for CARICOM

Caribbean countries remain economically vulnerable and require continued support, according to the Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community Secretariat, CARICOM.

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“Salt reduction saves lives” says WHO

The reduction of salt in diets can help to save lives according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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Artist creates “Garbage Patch State” to help stop ocean pollution

Millions of coloured plastic bottle caps are being displayed in the lobby of the United Nations Secretariat in New York.

An Italian artist is raising awareness about pollution by showing the world what happens when pieces of plastic accumulate in the ocean.

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