Month: April 2019

April 30, 2019

Security Council Considers Situatio...

A view of the East River during the Security Council meeting on the situation concerning Western Sahara on 30 May-

Mozambican Flood Victims in Malawi ...

Hundreds of Mozambican flood survivors who fled to evacuation camps in Malawi in early March after Cyclone Idai , say they are not ready to return home unless they are relocated to higher ground. They say returning to their flood prone areas would put them at risk should another flood occur

Russian Helicopters to Boost Venezu...

Russia is getting ready to set up a helicopter maintenance base in Venezuela. The move is yet another sign that Russia continues to pile economic, political and military support for the government of embattled leader Nicolas Maduro. Ricardo Marquina visited the helicopter factory where Russian officials showcased the aircraft and other equipment destined for Moscow’s allies in Venezuela

Cyclone Kenneth Aid in Mozambique

Emergency rations of maize, beans and salt were provided on Sunday (28 April) to families sheltering in public buildings in Macomia district, which was severely impacted by the cyclone. On Monday WFP High Energy Biscuits and a range of food commodities were airlifted from Pemba, the provincial capital, to the island of Ibo, which also suffered massive devastation

Sudan Protest Artists Paint 3-Kilom...

As talks between Sudan’s protesters and the military make slow progress on the issue of civilian rule, one group is creating a colorful push to the process. A group of protester-artists is painting a three kilometer long banner that tells the story Sudan’s ongoing revolution

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Libya Battle Intensifies After Trip...

Libya is divided by two competing governments, both with international allies and considerable armies after years of consolidating militias on either side. Fighters are attacking the capital Tripoli, and the last round of peace talks has been canceled

April 29, 2019

Burkina Faso Plagued with Problems ...

Despite U.S. counterterrorism efforts across the globe, U.S. officials say the United States alone cannot defeat insurgencies. It needs reliable partners to protect people from attacks and prevent them from reoccurring. That’s why the U.S. has tripled security assistance to Burkina Faso, one of several West African nations battling extremists

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Critics say Russia’s Adoption Law...

has been more than six years since the Russian government passed the Dima Yakovlev Law, banning U.S. citizens from Russian children. The controversial measure was informally named after a Russian orphan who died of heat stroke after being left in a parked car by his American adoptive father

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