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UN rights office urges protection, investigation, after latest clashes in West Darfur
Press briefing notes on violence in West Darfur
Solar and wind power could mitigate conflict in northeast Africa
Funding gap forces World Food Programme to cut food rations in South Sudan
Fighting in West Darfur triggers rising death toll
Why we should support refugee athletes’ Olympic medal hopes in Tokyo: UNHCR
Women abducted in South Sudan released, hundreds remain missing
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Sudanese PM Hamdok 6 April
From United Arab Emirates Regional Climate Dialogue
Hassan honored for elevating study of global modern art
‘An invisible crisis’: Seven million people at risk of starvation in East Africa
‘Perseverance, painstaking patience’ of world’s deminers
OPCW Member States in Africa Review Approach to Online Capacity Building at Peaceful Uses of Chemistry Forum
‘Brimbank Live’ brings you Music of COVID
Pre-pandemic data show 1 in 8 countries spends more on debt than on education
IMF Executive Board Approves US$ 174.2 Million Emergency Assistance for South Sudan to Address COVID-19 Pandemic
Plastic pollution disproportionately hitting marginalized groups, UN environment report finds
EU-IOM Joint Initiative Marks 4 Years of Supporting Thousands of Migrants Across Horn of Africa
Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to South Sudan
Progress made, but work’s ‘far from done’
World Food Programme Chief congratulates Sudanese government and rebel group on steps towards peace
IMF and World Bank Consider Sudan Eligible for Assistance Under Enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative
Deep concern for thousands of Eritrean refugees ‘scattered’ in Ethiopia’s Tigray
Fifty steps forward against forced labour
South Sudan receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines through COVAX Facility
Monash University awarded $1.2M to support world leading research
Tuberculosis deaths among people living with HIV are declining globally, but worrying gaps in TB care persist
UN agencies call for urgent action to avert famine risk in 20 ‘hunger hotspots’
Call for urgent and at-scale action to avert rising hunger and risk of famine
UN Rights Body Should Stay Course in South Sudan
Imperial Covid-19 Response Team: A year tracking global pandemic
Recognize ‘true value’ of water, UN urges, marking World Water Day
Students celebrate official opening of ACU Blacktown
Face of Sudan’s democratic transition ‘is female and it is young’, says UN agency chief
UK PM call with President Sisi 18 March 2021
U.S. Announces Additional Humanitarian Assistance for Tigray Crisis Response
50 for Freedom forced labour campaign reaches landmark target
South Sudanese ‘one step away from famine’, as UN launches humanitarian response plan
SA PSA Recognises Outstanding Achievement
Allies of South Sudan militias must be held accountable: UN human rights report
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Sudan Giles Lever
UK Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan visits Egypt
Solar power lights up Sudanese refugee camp
Women peacekeepers a ‘powerful image for girls in remote villages’
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue with Commission on South Sudan
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, March 11, 2021
‘If you don’t feed people, you feed conflict’, UN chief tells Security Council
FAO aims to provide livelihood assistance to nearly 49 million people in 2021