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- Seven Labour MPs resign from party to form independent group February 18, 2019
- UN peacekeepers failed to protect civilians last year February 18, 2019
- US woman ‘deeply regrets’ joining ISIL, wants to return home February 18, 2019
- Venezuela crisis: More migrants cross into Brazil amid standoff February 18, 2019
- Polluted black snow sparks health fears in Siberia February 18, 2019
- Central African Republic: UNICEF outlines key actions so fresh peace deal can make real difference for children February 18, 2019Hailing the recent peace agreement signed by 15 warring parties in the Central African Republic (CAR), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) stressed on Monday that “now is the time for action” and outlined concrete steps that armed groups, judicial authorities and the Government can take so the future of millions of children can be safeguarded.
- UN agency plan tackles ‘hidden cost’ of gold, paves way for safer, mercury-free mining February 18, 2019From smartphones to wedding rings, the hidden cost of everyday gold is its threat to human and environmental health, according to a new United Nations-driven initiative launched on Monday that aims to tackle mercury-based mining methods.
- FROM THE FIELD: ‘Harvested’ rainwater saves Tanzanian students from stomach ulcers, typhoid February 17, 2019The students in the Tanzanian town of Bagamoyo once had to decide between getting sick or being thirsty all day long.
- In West Africa, UN Security Council visits Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea-Bissau February 16, 2019Members of the United Nations Security Council are on a mission to West Africa where they are reviewing strides made in peacebuilding by both Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea-Bissau.
- FROM THE FIELD: Survival in Yemen against all odds February 16, 2019Fawaz, just 18-months old, suffered from severe acute malnutrition and was on the brink of death. In war-torn Yemen, he was one of hundreds of thousands of children, more likely to die, than survive.