UN official draws attention to “complex emergency” in Mali
A senior UN official is drawing attention to the complex emergency in Mali and the deteriorating humanitarian situation resulting from the conflict, following a three-day visit to the country.
Arkansas executions “deeply troubling” says UN human rights office
UNICEF reaches almost half of world’s children with life-saving vaccines
New mass graves find in DRC – OHCHR’s Liz Throssell
Security Council condemns “barbaric and cowardly” terrorist attack in Sweden
The Security Council has underlined the need to bring to justice those responsible for this weekend’s terrorist attack in Stockholm.
Somalia: action needed urgently to avoid famine, says OCHA
Action is needed urgently to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in Somalia, where drought has left more than six million people in need of help.
Humanitarians care calling for unimpeded access to thousands of displaced people affected by deadly clashes between armed groups in two provinces in the Central African Republic (CAR).
Gaddafi regime trial “fell short of international standards”
The trial of members of the former Libyan government under Muammar Gaddafi was flawed and “a “missed opportunity for justice”, the UN’s human rights chief has said.
Aid agencies in Iraq brace for impact of western Mosul military campaign
Help small farmers adapt to climate change: FAO