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Welcome to This Week @UN: Small states financial reform; US presidential candidates; Cyprus unification? Plus: Gaza; drowning migrants; DPRK; children in war; FGM. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. We have begun fund-raising to boost our coverage …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Peacekeeping; P5 veto; decriminalizing sex work. Plus: Cyprus; Gaza; unemployment; Iran; Iraq; Trump. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. • Our #1 story this week: Not So Fast: Is the P5 Veto …

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Major progress has been made in the debate on sex workers’ rights through a recent paper, “Eliminating discrimination against sex workers and securing their human rights,” published by the United Nations Working Group on Discrimination Against Women and Girls. The …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: UN relief chief job; illicit drug use policies; war surgery in Gaza; UN inaction in Darfur. Plus: Iran; AI; Palestine; Srebrenica; ICJ. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. We encourage our readers …

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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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For more than a decade, Mohammad Ajjour helped Palestinian couples in Gaza facing infertility to achieve their dreams of parenthood. But in a single missile attack launched by an Israeli tank in December 2023, the Al Basma IVF center was …

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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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It’s no secret that gang violence and political instability are threatening the last vestiges of normalcy in many parts of Haiti and feeding a security and humanitarian crisis. Now, Finance Minister Michel Patrick Boisvert, sworn in on April 25 as …

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Welcome to This Week @UN: Saving UNRWA; Kiribati’s water paradox; signs of UN Security Council reform? Plus: Kosovo; rape in war; US; Haiti; Sudan. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. PassBlue’s top story this week: Serbia Is …

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This Week @UN: Pro-Gaza Egyptian activists; Congo’s “miracle doctor.” Plus: Saving Palestine’s statehood quest; Colombia; US-led Gaza pier; Ecuador/Mexico problemas. Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. • PassBlue’s top story of the week and month: “Which Woman …

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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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Welcome to This Week @UN: A woman SG?; Rafah; Gambian victims; Malta’s ICC push on Palestine; more US bombs to Israel. Plus: World Central Kitchen; AI in warfare; Myanmar; earthquake!! Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn • …

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Michelle Bachelet, a two-time president of Chile and ex-UN high commissioner for human rights, is the winner of our informal survey on which woman should be the next United Nations secretary-general, starting in the five-year term on Jan. 1, 2027. …

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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’s no-nukes effort; Palestine statehood; Haiti’s survival; UNRWA cash. Plus: Famine in Gaza; forced labor; AI; a “shitshow.” Follow us on Twitter (X), Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. We are pausing the weekly summary on March …

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