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PolyU study reveals the mechanism of bio-inspired control of liquid flow, enlightening breakthroughs in fluid dynamics and nature-inspired materials technologies
New report flags major increase in sexually transmitted infections, amidst challenges in HIV and hepatitis
Heat is coming for our crops. We have to make them ready
Experts of the Committee on the Rights of the Child Commends Namibia’s Children’s Parliament, Ask about Measures to Address “Baby Dumping” and…
National E-waste Monitors for Botswana and Namibia Published
FAO Warns Of Maize Shortfall Across Southern Africa
Committee against Torture Opens Seventy-Ninth Session in Geneva and Re-Elects Claude Heller as its Chairperson
UN Human Rights Committee publishes findings on Chile, Guyana, Indonesia, Namibia, Serbia, Somalia and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Why did modern humans replace the Neanderthals? The key might lie in our social structures
In Dialogue with Namibia, Experts of the Human Rights Committee Praise the State’s World Press Freedom Index Ranking, Raise Issues Concerning Corrupt…
Human Right Committee Opens One Hundred and Fortieth Session in Geneva
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Concludes Seventy-Fifth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Mauritania, Romania and Sweden
Committee on the Rights of the Child Closes Ninety-Fifth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on the Reports of the Republic of the…
New Research Reveals Education’s Potential in Reducing Violence and Advancing Peace
It is time to draw down carbon dioxide but shut down moves to play God with the climate
Using a costing tool for sustaining genomics for pandemic and epidemic prone pathogens in Namibia
COP28: FAO Director-General highlights the role of finance and science in agrifood systems for transformation and prosperity in Africa
Management Practices for Safer Roads Training Workshop kicks-off in Lesotho
Tupou to bring up 50 in Wallabies World Cup opener against Georgia
Experts of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Commend Uruguay on High-Quality Delegation, Ask about the Situation of People of…
Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Opens One Hundred and Tenth Session
UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to review Italy, Croatia, Uruguay, Namibia, Senegal and Turkmenistan
Call for Applications: Developing Essential Digital Skills for Women and Youth in Africa
Africa CDC, WHO and RKI Launch a Health Security Partnership to Strengthen Disease Surveillance in Africa
Water management takes centre stage at 43rd session of the FAO Conference
“We simply asked for permission to land.” New book tells the story of a remarkable act of reconciliation in Australia two decades…
Marshall Islands, a nation at the heart of global shipping, fights for climate justice
Aviator ‘returns home’ to Army
Bikes bound for Namibia depart Moss Vale
Opinion piece: Choosing openness in the international economy
Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Closes One Hundred and Ninth Session
Violence in Middle East Increased Despite Major Religious Observances, Special Coordinator Tells Security Council, Urging Two-State Solution
FAO welcomes $34.4 million contribution from Japan to boost food security and strengthen resilience in emergency contexts
A ‘next-generation’ gamma-ray observatory is underway to probe the extreme Universe
Aboriginal art and knowledge unlocks mystery of fairy circles
Indigenous people’s knowledge, science research and an Academy grant help unlock the mystery of ‘fairy circles’
First Peoples’ knowledge of ‘mysterious fairy circles’ in Australian deserts has upended a long-standing science debate
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Session, Adopts Annual Report and Concluding Observations on Reports of Egypt, Panama, Peru, Sri…
Boosting support to Least Developed Countries through South-South Cooperation
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Opens Seventy-Third Session
African leaders unite in pledge to end AIDS in children
Australia announces new High Commissioner to South Africa
New RTI Commissioner to start in January
Film makes space for satellites in global climate conversations at COP27
Covid hit African tax revenues hard, but increased foreign aid softened blow
Philippines’ human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of Ethiopia
Low- and middle-income countries struggle to provide health care to some, while others get too much medicine