Chile

News In Brief 28 August 2018

  • UN investigators find possible war crimes in Yemen
  • Chile’s migration solution reunites Haitian families: IOM
  • Support stepped up for children in DRC’s Ebola-affected areas: UNICEF
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‘Landscape without wildlife is just scenery’, says new UN envoy

UN Environment has a new patron with a remarkable track record of working with businesses and Governments to protect and conserve national parks - Kristine Tompkins, the first-ever UN Environment Patron of Protected Areas.

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Chile applauded for commitment to tackling statelessness

Statelessness affects 10 million people globally, so Chile’s adoption of international accords that promote a fundamental right to nationality is an important step, the UN Refugee Agency (UNCHR), said on Tuesday.

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