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Foreign debt and human rights expert to visit Angola
SLB OneSubsea Awarded Contract for TotalEnergies’ Kaminho Deepwater Project
Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families Commends Congo for Helping Returning Migrants…
FAO Warns Of Maize Shortfall Across Southern Africa
Human Rights Committee Holds Thirteenth Informal Meeting with States Parties
Committee on Enforced Disappearances Opens Twenty-Sixth Session
WHO, UNICEF, and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance pass the mid-point of the global 10-year strategy to eliminate yellow fever epidemics
International Community Must Ensure Women Equally Participate in Peace, Political Processes, Delegate Underlines, as Security Council Concludes Annual Debate
Armed Groups, Hate Speech, Lack of Dialogue in Great Lakes Region Cannot Go Ignored, Special Envoy Tells Security Council
TAAG Angola Airlines to Renew Fleet with Boeing 787 Dreamliners
Slums can provide lessons for building effective circular cities
UN expert says attacks against trade union leader Eduardo Peres Alberto must end: Angola
Mission Drawdown in Democratic Republic of Congo Must Not Create Stability Vacuum, Jeopardize Civilian Protection, Senior Official Tells Security Council
Multilateral development banks and WHO launch new investment platform to strengthen primary health care services
Ongoing Decline in Gulf of Guinea’s Piracy, Armed Robbery Encouraging, But Support Needed to Fully Implement Yaoundé Architecture, Briefers Tell Security Council
Supercomputers have revealed the giant ‘pillars of heat’ funnelling diamonds upwards from deep within Earth
Global Community Must Bolster Efforts to Decrease Tensions in Great Lakes Region, Special Envoy Tells Security Council, Highlighting Role of Regional Peace Plans
Security Council Adopts Presidential Statement on Visiting Mission to Democratic Republic of Congo, Affirms Commitment to African-Led Initiatives Tackling Crises
UN disability rights committee publishes findings on Angola, Argentina, Georgia, Peru, Togo and Tunisia
Progress in Security Council’s Women, Peace, Security Agenda Lacking, as Sexual Violence, Insufficient Protection, Absence in Peace Processes Continues
UN disability rights committee to review Angola, Georgia, Tunisia, Peru, Argentina and Togo
Sydney WorldPride Human Rights Conference
As security worsens in DR Congo, UNHCR and partners seek US$605 million to assist Congolese refugees across Africa
What is Marburg virus and should we be worried?
Australia announces new High Commissioner to South Africa
Microsoft, Viasat Partner to Bring Internet Access to Unserved Areas Globally
Dracunculiasis eradication: strong cross-border collaboration towards certification of Sudan in 2023
Global fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing reaches new milestone
Isotope data strengthens suspicions of ivory stockpile theft
Study reveals forgotten orphans left behind in pandemic
First UNHCR repatriation convoy since 2020 leaves Angola for DR Congo
Human Rights Committee Holds Twelfth Informal Meeting with States Parties, Discusses Challenges Relating to Work of Committee
Sleeping sickness elimination progresses in 2021 despite Covid
Number of Venezuelans crossing Darien Gap soars
UNHCR highlights great progress on refugee vaccine inclusion but inequities hamper rollout
First-Nation’s fire knowledge is reducing severity of Africa’s wildfires and cutting emissions
First-Nation’s fire knowledge is reducing severity of Africa’s wildfires and cut emissions
Rio Tinto’s final rare Argyle blue diamonds sold in record breaking global bid
Prosperity – Changements de perspective dans le domaine du Commerce et la sécurité alimentaire
Minister of Foreign Affairs makes three diplomatic appointments 30 September
Africa Solidarity Trust Fund donates $1 million to efforts to combat Desert Locust
Steven Byrd gives lecture on his book about African language in Brazil
Climate Contributes to Hunger Crisis in Southern Africa
FAO sees cereal boom, protein pinch and banana risks
More than 52 million people across Africa going hungry as weather extremes hit continent
As climate shocks intensify, UN food agencies urge more support for Southern Africa’s hungry people
Aid used for trade is helping developing countries diversify
More must be done to eradicate hunger in Africa