"This is the news and brief from the united nations in his message for the first ever international day commemorating the victims of acts of violence based based on religion or belief u. n. Secretary general antonio guitarist on thursday recalled that world religions has spouse tolerance and peaceful coexistence in a spirit of shared humanity and yet over the past few months there have been an increasing number of religious based attacks assaults new zealand sri lanka and the united states have specifically targeted places of worship and from syria the two central african republic entire communities have been attacked on the grounds of their faith on this day we reaffirm our unwavering support for the victims of violence based on religion and belief stated the u._n. Chief and we demonstrate that support by doing all in our power to prevent such attacks ax and demanding that those responsible or held accountable he concluded turning to the environment the relentless sequence of natural disasters in asia and the pacific over the past two years has been beyond prediction. This is according to the latest report by the u._n. Economic and and social commission for asia and the pacific escape the asia pacific disaster report twenty nineteen launched on thursday reveals sales that recent disasters especially those triggered by climate change have grown in intensity frequency and complexity making disaster preparation asian more difficult in twenty eighteen almost half of the world's two hundred eighty-one natural disasters occurred in the region including eight of the the ten deadliest r meena ali savannah the executive secretary of s cap said that while countries across the region have committed themselves to the sustainable development goals by twenty thirty. They cannot achieve many of the s._d._g. Targets if their people are not protected from disasters the report calls for transformative change with social policies and disaster resilience no longer treated as separate policy domains and to africa now secretary general antonio gutierrez condemned nineteen august attack on the military camp of co two goo in burkina faso which official reports say was one of the country's deadliest attacks this year he expressed deep condolences to the victim's family emily the people and the government the u._n. Chief further condemned the ongoing indiscriminate attacks against civilian populations and cold for the authorities to swiftly bring the perpetrators to justice mister gutierrez stated that military actions must be conducted in accordance with international human rights and international humanitarian law lists kapiti u._n. News."