News in Brief

News In Brief 30 April 2018

  • ‘No justification whatsoever’ for deadly Afghanistan blasts: UN envoy
  • Informal economy employs two billion: ILO report
  • Saint Petersburg celebrates all that jazz on International Day
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News In Brief 27 April 2018

  • UN chief salutes “courage and leadership” of DPRK and Republic of Korea
  • Innocent civilians caught in crossfire as violence surges: South Sudan mission chief
  • Concern rises for thousands living in and around besieged Palestinian camp in Syria
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News In Brief 26 April 2018

  • Food origin labels improve incomes for local farmers: FAO-backed study
  • UN rights chief welcomes ‘openness’ of new Ethiopia Government
  • Women inventors and creators celebrated on World Intellectual Property Day
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News In Brief 25 April 2018

  • Situation in Syria’s Idlib “remains catastrophic” as donors pledge $4.4 billion at Brussels conference
  • Chemical Weapons inspectors visit site of alleged attack in Douma
  • Concern rising for “escalating” conflict in Myanmar’s Kachin State
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News In Brief 24 April 2018

  • UN has “exhausted its resources to respond” to Syria crisis, says humanitarian relief chief
  • To ensure peace and development ‘we need greater unity and courage’ says UN chief
  • World Immunization Week aims to make sure ‘we are all protected together’
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News In Brief 23 April 2018

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News in Brief 20 April 2018

  • Journalist deaths, kidnappings, constitute threat to Ecuador and Colombia: UN chief
  • UNHCR convoy delivers emergency aid to southern Libya town
  • Cameroon urged to stop deporting Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram
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News in Brief 19 April 2018

  • Reduction in political violence across Colombia a ‘substantial change’: UN Mission chief
  • ‘There is no military solution’ in South Sudan: senior UN Peacekeeping official
  • UN chief mourns ‘absolutely unacceptable’ loss of 140 colleagues
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News in Brief 18 April 2018

  • New life for 207 former child soldiers in South Sudan: UNICEF
  • Global plan seeks to strengthen protection of internally displaced people
  • Food industry urged to improve access to healthier products
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News in Brief 17 April 2018

  • $38 million appeal launched for conflict-hit Ukraine
  • Mali violence spike drives thousands to Burkina Faso
  • Rights committees join forces for migrant children
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