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Ahead of Sunday’s consultation in Venezuela, UN voices concern for demonstrators

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The United Nations today expressed concern about the situation in Venezuela, where nearly 100 people have died since April and more than 1,500 were injured in connection with ongoing protests. Secretary-General António Guterres today said he and the international community “wish for peace and democracy in Venezuela,” and stressed in a statement that a solution must be found […]

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UN warns of worsening hunger in East Africa amid third consecutive failed rainy season

Herders collect water with camels

The third consecutive failed rainy season in East Africa has seriously eroded families’ resilience, and urgent and effective livelihood support is required, the United Nations agricultural agency has warned. According to an alert released today by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), poor rains have worsened hunger and left crops scorched, pastures dry and thousands […]

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UN in South Sudan concerned about civilians fleeing clashes in Upper Nile

South Sudanese civilians are fleeing

Thousands of South Sudanese civilians are fleeing to neighbouring Ethiopia as Government troops advance on a rebel stronghold in the Upper Nile region, a senior United Nations official today said, expressing grave concern about what is already the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis. Reports from the UN International Organization on Migration (IOM) “suggest that Government forces […]

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