"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. At the current momentum scientists predict the planet's Protective Shield of gas or the ozone layer will be completely a healed as far as some regions of the planet are concerned by the twenty thirties the UN's environmental agency or UNIP has revealed the phase out of control uses of ozone-depleting ozone-depleting substances has not only helped replenish the protective layer for future generations but is also helping guard human health by filtering out harmful rays said unit unit in a statement the recognition of the success comes on World Ozone Day marked on the sixteenth of September this year celebrates thirty two years and healing a a commemoration of the international commitment to protect the ozone layer and the climate under the historic Montreal Protocol which has led to the phase out of ninety nine percent of ozone-depleting chemicals in refrigerators air conditioners and other consumer products we can celebrate success. UNIP said but we must all push to keep hold hold of these gains in particular by remaining vigilant and tackling illegal sources of ozone-depleting substances as they arise and a new humanitarian snapshot snapshot from the UN's or CIA for Asia and the Pacific shows that between intensified conflict and serious disasters thousands remain displaced in the region at least I forty thousand Lao people and twenty four thousand in northern Thailand were counted displaced in the last week with thirty two people reportedly killed all due to severe flooding leading caused by two major tropical storms pull dual and CA- cheeky heavy rains in Bangladesh have flooded Rohinton refugee camps in Cox's Bazar affecting some twenty eight thousand people while in the Philippines moderate to heavy rains wrought by tropical depression Maryland prompted evacuations as high tides damaged homes and caused I river overflows meanwhile in Mar a flare up in conflict between the country's military and Tang National Liberation Army a few days ago displaced more than one thousand in two hundred people mostly elderly children in just three days and armed conflict in south. Sudan has declined in intensity nationwide but sexual sexual violence continues to play communities. UN appointed independent investigators said on Monday in an update to the Human Rights Council the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan Said said that women in the northern town of Ben to as well as Yay and wow states say they are still victims of high levels of sexually motivated attacks although the panel's report does is not include the number of incidents chairperson of the panel. Yes means. Suka insisted that rape has not stopped in the east African country. The development follows the expert are group's warning last month that although the overall armed conflict has waned. There's been little progress in adhering to the peace agreement signed by the warring parties in September last year. The commission has also expressed concern at the slow pace of progress in establishing a special tribunal to judge sex crimes which has not started working properly yet Natalie Hutchinson U._N. News."