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Scientists produce first in-vitro embryos from vitrified African lion oocytes
UN chief calls for protection of civilians, as violence spikes in Sudan’s West Darfur
Biosecurity risks in Year of Ox
BIG NEW’S EXP Globals Spectacular Growth Continues
Biden’s Senate majority doesn’t just supercharge US climate action, it blazes a trail for Australia
6 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation
FIFA President supports African football’s restart in Cameroon
Presidential elections in Uganda 2021 UK statement
Statement from Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on January 16, 2021
Peacekeepers under attack again in Mali, as one Egyptian blue helmet dies, another seriously injured
Statement on Awarding of Legion of Merit, Degree Chief Commander, to His Majesty Mohammed VI, King of Morocco
Cameroon: Authorities urged to seek justice for recent deadly attacks
COVID fallout: Air travel down 60 per cent, as airline industry losses top $370 billion
COVID-19 committee stresses need for equitable vaccine access, more data sharing
Child labour ‘robs children of their future’, scourge must end urges UN
2020 passenger totals drop 60 percent as COVID-19 assault on international mobility continues
Pandemic curbs trend towards ever-increasing migration
Central African Republic: Displacement reaches 120,000 amid worsening election violence
Pentagon Announces New Director for George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies
Secretary of State has reappointed Sir Nicholas Serota as Chair of Arts Council England
IOM to Portuguese EU Presidency: Reform of Migration Policy Key to Recovery
Reform of migration policy key to recovery: IOM to Portuguese EU Presidency
IOM Somalia Supports New ‘Telemedicine’ Enhancement for Migrants and Host Communities
British Army trains 500th Somali soldier in infantry skills
2021: International Year for Elimination of Child Labour
‘Late Night at Gallery’ with city’s young creatives
Barrett praises senior Air Force leaders; assesses her tenure as secretary
Snakes evolve a magnetic way to be resistant to venom
Researchers model regional impacts of specific anthropogenic activities and their influence on extreme fire weather risk
IMF Executive Board Concludes Annual Discussions on CEMAC Common Policies
UNESCO and Zanzibar to cooperate in rehabilitation of Stone Town of Zanzibar World Heritage property
Republic of Korea funds a lifeline for conflict displaced and school children in west Africa
Three UN peacekeepers killed, six wounded in attack in Mali
Peacekeeper killed in ‘heinous attacks’ in Central African Republic
Uganda: UN chief calls for ‘inclusive, transparent and peaceful’ elections
Mali transition presents opportunity to break ‘vicious circle of political crises’
Canada funds over 90 projects through Supporting Black Canadian Communities Initiative
UN reports major progress towards eradicating sheep and goat plague
IFAD’s fight against rural poverty and hunger highlighted at One Planet Summit
IMF Staff Completes Virtual Review Mission to Mali
Blood test shows promise for early detection of acute heart transplant rejection
Fewer protections, lower wages, and higher health risks: Homeworking in COVID era
Homeworkers need to be better protected, says ILO
Southern Madagascar: Famine looms as climate change destroys crops
IMF Executive Board Completes First and Second Reviews of Central African Republic’s Arrangement Under Extended Credit Facility and Approves US$ 34.4 Million
PDO Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Anthony Tata’s Meeting With Moroccan Minister for Administration of National Defense
UN counter-terrorism chief urges continued vigilance against ‘real’ ongoing threat
UNESCO condemns new deadly attack on Virunga National Park