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The Rapid Support Forces in Sudan used weapons, communications equipment, armored vehicles and intelligence supplied by the United Arab Emirates in their fight against the Sudanese Armed Forces, or SAF, in the civil war that began a year ago. It’s …

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MONROVIA, Liberia — African soldiers often serve on the dangerous frontlines of international attempts to end conflicts, and the planned deployment soon of approximately 1,000 Kenyan police officers to Haiti is no exception. Though the use of the Kenyan-led multinational …

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Far too many pregnant women are dying of preventable causes since the beginning of the yearlong civil war in Sudan, says a major global doctors group. Even before the recent escalation of violence in the country, it had one of …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Palestine’s triumph; UN’s political lapse in Gaza; Summit of the Future; more genocide in Gaza? Plus: The Caribbean; Guatemala; Sudan; UNRWA. • Today, the General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to enhance the status of Palestine in …

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The veto power of the five permanent United Nations Security Council members is the bane of countless failed resolutions across decades. Now, Mozambique’s ambassador says such power should never be wielded in any dire humanitarian crisis. Pedro Comissário, who leads …

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For nearly 26 years, Dr. Denis Mukwege, a politically outspoken gynecologist from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has been running a renowned hospital in a turbulent war zone over mineral resources in the country’s east to heal thousands of …

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BANJUL — Gambia, a tiny country of 2.6 million tightly knit people, located right in the middle of Senegal in West Africa, is still struggling to recover from the brutal 22-year authoritarian reign of Yahya Jammeh. He was the longtime …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Japan outs the Security Council; UN experts’ “false promises” on prostitution; UNRWA funding. Plus: Haiti; Sudan; Yemen; Mediterranean shipwreck. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Our top story this week: UN Rights …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Savoring the UN Charter; aid cuts harm women; prosecuting Putin. Plus: Russia-Ukraine war; US veto; Gaza; South Sudan; Houthis Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn Our top story this week: Aid Cuts …

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LAGOS, Nigeria — Venture capital funding is shrinking globally, but experts are optimistic that a new $1 billion investment fund created by the United Nations Development Program for the tech ecosystem in Africa could protect startups there from declining investments. …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Azerbaijan to lead COP29; Gaza’s garbage pileup; US envoy loves Liberia. Plus: UN Security Council meeting on ICJ ruling; Yemen, Haiti, Gaza. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Our most-read story of …

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MONROVIA, Liberia — Linda Thomas-Greenfield, ambassador to the United Nations, led the United States delegation to the inauguration of Joseph Nyumah Boakai, the newly elected president of Liberia. The West African nation remains one of the US’ few remaining democratic …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Uganda’s teenage-motherhood saga; don’t forget Ukraine; Israel’s takeover plan for the Egyptian-Gaza border. Plus: AI, Sudan, Zambia. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Our most-read story of the week: Give Peace a …

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BUGHENDERA, Uganda — In this East African country, many young women’s dreams of earning a university degree and pursuing a career are being shattered because they can’t access the contraceptives they need to avoid getting pregnant before they are ready …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Remember Nikki Haley?; Summit of the Future; South Africa’s genocide case; interviewing the General Assembly president. Plus: Somalia, Cabo Verde, Yemen and Gaza. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn • As a …

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