“Heinous and cowardly” terror attack in Egypt condemned by UN chief
An attack on an Egyptian mosque which left at least 235 people dead, was condemned by the UN Secretary-General “in the strongest terms” on Friday.
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Rohingya return plan must guarantee their safety: UNHCR
If Africa’s young people are not supported in becoming the leaders of tomorrow, they will be “detractors” of those in power today.
That’s the opinion of Robert Ladu Luki, Chairperson of the National Land Commission in South Sudan.
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Just one of the ways actress Serinda Swan draws attention to the atrocities of sex trafficking is by jumping out of a plane.
An increasing number of threats are being made towards human rights defenders all over the world, with some being murdered, arrested, prosecuted unfairly and in some cases, they “simply disappear”.
UN chief urges support for Caribbean countries hit by hurricanes
Caribbean countries need support to rebuild in the aftermath of recent devastating hurricanes and take effective action on climate change.
UN chief “horrified” by reports of alleged slavery of migrants in Libya
The UN Secretary-General is calling for an investigation into reports of alleged slavery of migrant workers in Libya.
Children with disabilities deserve to have the same rights as everyone else, which is something that will have a “tremendous impact” on society as a whole.