"This is the news in brief from the United Nations sedan is sliding into a human rights, abyss UN appointed experts said on Wednesday in a call for an independent investigation into the reported killings of demonstrators and activists in their appeal to the Human Rights Council to establish an inquiry. The five experts expressed alarm at deaths and injuries caused by a military rate on protesters in front of army headquarters in Khartoum on the third of June women have been among the first victims of the violence, including sexual abuse. The experts said adding that dozens of female human rights defenders have been detained arbitrarily some have been released, but several are believed to still be in police custody and in need of medical, attention development echoes similar concerns over the situation in Sudan, by top officials, including the head of unisex Henrietta four on Tuesday. She announced that at least nineteen children had reportedly been killed in Sudan, since military backlash against protestors began earlier this month, the UN. Children's fund has also received reports that children are being detained recruited to join the fighting and sexually abused while schools, hospitals and health, centres have also been targeted looted or destroyed in recent developments. Protest leaders incident have reportedly agreed to end the general strike that broad cartoon to a standstill this week and a willing to resume power-sharing talks with the ruling military council military leaders have yet to formally confirm that participation they successful global economy that leaves no one behind depends to a large extent on countries and companies investing in markets abroad. It's a practice that's known as foreign direct investment, or FDI last year. However, global flows of FDI fell my thirteen percent to one point three trillion dollars UN trade and development experts UNCTAD said a Wednesday representing a slide for the third consecutive year. This is also the lowest level of FDI since the global financial crisis more than a decade ago. And it underlines the long-term down with. Pressure on international investment. Unctad secretary general mukisa Qatui explained, how tax reforms encouraging repatriation of capital in the United States in two thousand seventeen had played their part in the slide are large segment of the decline of FDI to vote economists was accounted for by the change in tax policy. The US where international enterprises with major investments in economists who are taking back in the resources that came out because of taxation, the while investment flows to developed economies such as those in Europe fell to their lowest point since two thousand and four cash flows to developing countries in Africa rose by eleven percent to forty six billion dollars and to Asia by four percent while falling six percent to Latin America and the Caribbean. And finally, one hundred years after the International Labor Organization was created children should be allowed to dream not work. The head of the UN agency, said on Wednesday on the world day against child labor in an appeal to governments. Workers and employers to make a final push to end the practice in two thousand nineteen ILO chief guy, Ryder, acknowledged that substantial progress has already been made with a near forty percent decrease in child labor globally since two thousand but this still leaves at one hundred fifty two million youngsters forced to earn a living with almost seventy three million of them involved in hazardous work, which is simply unacceptable, Mr. rider, said today, the international agreement, banning the worst forms of child. Labour has been ratified by all, but two of one hundred eighty seven Member States apart from cheating, universal, ratification of the convention. Mr. rider, also urged countries to implement all necessary legal measures to make ending child labour possible. In addition, he said, foster, progress is also needed to meet target eight point seven of the sustainable development goals, which calls for an end to child labour by twenty twenty five to do this governments need to ensure the availability of quality education, social protection for all and. Recent work for parents. Mr. writer, said Daniel Johnson, UN news."