45,000 people “have fled the Gambia” amid election uncertainty
At least 45,000 people have fled the Gambia amid uncertainty about who is to lead the country after former President Yahya Jammeh’s refusal to step down.
Aid reaches people in eastern Mosul following Iraqi army gains
Humanitarian access to people in eastern Mosul city has improved following advances made by the Iraqi Security Forces on the eastern bank of the Tigris, the UN Deputy Spokesperson has said.
New strategy launched to respond to refugee and migrant crisis in Europe
UN supports regional efforts to end Gambia crisis
Regional efforts aimed at ending the crisis in the Gambia have the support of the United Nations, the Deputy Spokesperson for the organization has said.
Nigeria bombing of IDP camp “catastrophic”
Push to restore Yemen truce and address country’s humanitarian crisis
Efforts are being made by the UN Special Envoy for Yemen to encourage parties to the conflict to restore April’s cessation of hostilities and address the country’s “dire” humanitarian situation.
Appeal to Iran over death row prisoner
The proposed execution of a prisoner sentenced to death in Iran when he was a minor must not be allowed to go ahead, the UN said on Tuesday.
Iran nuclear accord marks significant milestone: UN
UN launches guide on how to address violent extremism in prisons
Agreement reportedly reached on restoring Damascus water supply
Agreement has been reached, according to reports, on restoring running water to around 5.5 million people living in and around the Syrian capital, Damascus.