humanitarian aid

News in Brief 21 May 2019

  • UN food agency still seeking agreement with Yemen’s Houthis to stop aid diversion
  • ISIL children held in ‘secret detention facilities’, UN human rights office warns
  • Venezuela’s masses need international protection, urges UNHCR
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News in Brief 10 May 2019

  • Record number of people displaced by conflict and natural disaster
  • Myanmar military alleged to have opened fire on men and boys held in school 
  • Nearly 900 children released by north-east Nigeria armed group
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News in Brief 9 May 2019

  • ‘Absolutely abhorrent’ attack on ambulance in Libya 
  • UN rights expert urges Cambodia to change ‘political culture’ 
  • Swine fever linked to food price spike: FAO 
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News in Brief 8 May 2019

  • Rising hunger in Middle East affects over 52 million people
  • Without emergency funding, more Gaza protestors face amputations
  • Remembering the victims of the Second World War
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News in Brief 3 May 2019

  • Attacks in DRC continue to terrorize the population: UN refugee agency
  • Iran: execution of child offenders ‘absolutely prohibited’, says UN human rights chief
  • Distribution of ‘super cereal’ suspended by WFP, while tests continue
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News in Brief 2 May 2019

  • Harsh drought conditions in Somalia could trigger major humanitarian crisis, UN warns 
  • World Tuna Day highlights importance of sustainably managed fish stocks for the health of the ocean  
  • Festival in Bonn to drive action towards meeting SDGs 
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News in Brief 26 April 2019

  • Guterres calls for ‘quantum’ leap in resources and will for development and climate solutions
  • New Mozambique storm rips off roofs, brings lashing rain as aid response kicks in
  • Mali insecurity leaves one in three Mopti schools closed
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News in Brief 22 April 2019

  • UN continues diplomatic push for political solution to end Libya fighting
  • Traditional knowledge at ‘core’ of indigenous heritage
  • Rohingya refugee crisis: UN Humanitarian top officials to visit Bangladesh
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News in Brief 18 April 2019

  • ‘Foreign children’ in overwhelmed Syrian camp need countries to help them: top UN official 
  • Stress, overtime and disease contribute to 2.8 million workers dying every year: ILO  
  • UN human rights chief alarmed at mass terrorism trial in Bahrain, revoking citizenship 
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News in Brief 17 April 2019

  • UN refugee agency stepping up support for Iran’s flood-hit communities
  • WHO unveils first digital health care guidelines
  • 'Protect and empower children online': UN human rights expert calls for global efforts
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