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News in Brief 10 September 2019

  • Nicaragua 'crisis' a major concern, warns Bachelet
  • Rohingya refugees face 'worst impact of year' amidst monsoons
  • Hundreds of Libya detainees to be evacuated to Rwanda
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News in Brief 9 September 2019

 

  • Climate change is undermining human rights, warns Bachelet
  • Human rights in Venezuela, suffer 'devastating toll'
  • Health agency pledges $3.5 million to Dorian survivors
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Cameroon’s ‘place of terror’ now a ‘land of hope’

A dusty, dry and conflict-affected area in the Far North region of Cameroon has been turned into a “land of hope” according to a mentor for people displaced by the activities of terrorists in the West African country.

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News in Brief 6 September 2019

  • Yemen funding crisis threatens reproductive health nationwide 
  • Dorian death toll in Bahamas likely to rise, thousands still missing
  • UN initiative in Mali to ease communal tensions
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News in Brief 5 September 2019

  • Facebook commits to stem misinformation on vaccines
  • ‘Digital divide’ means technological advances not shared by all
  • Better harvests, but higher food prices leave Syrians hungry
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Hurricane Dorian wreaked unprecedented ‘mass destruction’ on Bahamas: UN relief chief

UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, Mark Lowcock, flew to the Bahamas on Wednesday to meet with the Prime Minister and other members of Government, and discuss the next steps in the relief effort.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with UN News’s Conor Lennon, Mr. Lowcock described the scene as one of “mass destruction”.

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News in Brief 4 September 2019

  • 3.7 million lives could be saved by 2025, through better nutrition--WHO
  • A third of young people report being a victim of online bullying--UN poll
  • ‘Climate of fear everywhere’ in Burundi-- UN rights experts 
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News in Brief 3 September 2019

  • UN begins Bahamas aid operation for Hurricane Dorian survivors
  • Nowhere safe to hide in Yemen: UN expert
  • Brexit could lose UK billions in exports - UNCTAD
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News in Brief - 02 September 2019

  • Hurricane Dorian “hammering” Bahamas, could be strongest on record, UN weather experts warn
  • Alarm over Syria health centre attacks
  • UN chief ends DR Congo trip with plea for more Ebola funding
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