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"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:11 min | Last month

"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. A Russian delegation is holding talks in Geneva with senior UN officials over the future of the Black Sea grain initiative, which has enabled unimpeded exports of food and fertilizers from some of Ukraine's Black Sea ports. While helping to stave off a global hunger crisis, there has been no guarantee as yet that Russia will continue to honor the deal. Russia's deputy minister of foreign affairs, Sergei reschen, began talks on Friday with the UN conference on trade and development head, Rebecca grinspan, and UN emergency relief coordinator Martin Griffiths. Secretary general Antonio Guterres has urged both Russia and Ukraine to extend the deal, which could expire on 19th of November, at the end of October, Russia suspended its participation in the initiative for several days, saying that Ukraine was using the agreement as cover to target Russian ships in Crimea. 1 million desperately vulnerable people in northern Mozambique could see their lifesaving support cut unless spending is urgently found to help the UN World Food Program WFP said on Friday. The warning comes amid intensifying extremist violence in Cabo Delgado, the most food insecure province in the country and home to 1.15 million people in crisis or emergency hunger levels. WFP is extremely worried that the funding shortage will coincide with the hardest months of the upcoming hunger season in February. The agency said that, although difficult for some time, the funding situation is now running out of options. It is appealing to donors to continue lifesaving assistance to the most vulnerable. Millions of people from Ukraine, Afghanistan, and across the Middle East, displaced by conflict or persecution, could face a perilous winter as freezing temperatures add to the misery already induced by spiraling prices, the lingering impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and extreme weather linked to the climate crisis, according to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, UNHCR spokesperson, Olga serrado, said on Friday that millions of the world's most vulnerable people will be without essential basics. For many of the world's forcibly displaced this coming winter will be far more challenging than in recent years. Many displays families will have no option, but to choose between food and warmth as they struggle to heat their shelters, source warm clothing and cook hot meals. Despite worsening humanitarian needs, funding for lifesaving aid programs and assistance remains bleak and has already forced UNHCR to scale back essential aid in several countries. Nikki Chadwick, UN news.

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres expressed his deep solidarity with the people and government of the republic of Korea on Wednesday after deadly flooding and landslides, at least 9 people died as some of the heaviest rainfall in decades, left parts of Seoul are submerged when the Han river burst its banks, the UN world meteorological organization tweeted on Tuesday that 451 millimeters of rain or 17.8 inches had been recorded in the sole area in less than 48 hours, and that more was to come, according to reports the country has seen its longest monsoon in 7 years, landslides also forced 1500 people from their homes and prime minister Chung shikun called for the provinces of gyeong and Cheng Chong to be declared disaster zones, mister Guterres message came ahead of his scheduled two day trip to the republic of Korea beginning Thursday. I want to express my deep solidarity with the government and the people of the country and off my condolences to the families of all those who have perished in the floods, he said. To Ukraine where the top UN aid official in the country has appealed for $4.3 billion in increased funding for those affected by the war, since the Russian invasion in February, local national and international humanitarian organizations have helped more than 11 million people across the country, but the reality is that more people need support, said UN humanitarian coordinator for Ukraine, Denise Brown. She said that at least 17.7 million people that's over a quarter of Ukraine's population will need assistance in the months ahead. That number is about 2 million more than had been estimated in April, said miss Brown, who warned that there were fears for this winter, as more people will probably displace from areas where they can not access gas, fuel or electricity to heat their homes. The new financial request, up from $2.25 billion three months ago to $4.3 billion now, is to make sure that aid workers have the funding and resources necessary to continue delivering critical assistance and protection services to people across Ukraine until December 2022. Around 10,000 Daesh fighters are believed to operate in the border area between Syria and Iraq, the UN Security Council has heard in an update on the activities of the terror group, which is also known as isil, UN counter terrorism chief Vladimir voronkov maintained that it still posed a rising threat to international security, with between 25 to $50 million in assets. In addition to being present in Iraq and Syria, the group is also operational in Afghanistan, Somalia, and central southern and western Africa, mister Veronica also noted that Daesh fighters had also significantly increased the use of unmanned aerial systems in the past year, including in northern Iraq, and he explained that in Afghanistan, although there has been a drop in the number of attacks claimed or attributed to the local dire affiliate, they had expanded into northeast and eastern regions. From Uganda a dash affiliate had widened its area of operations into the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the UN officials said, adding that yet another affiliated group had intensified small scale attacks in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province, Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

UN News

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. UN chief Antonio Guterres on Tuesday said that it's time for a diplomatic solution to be found to end Russia's invasion of Ukraine and end its unwinnable and indefensible war there. The secretary general was speaking to journalists outside the Security Council in New York, telling them from his own outreach efforts, elements of diplomatic progress were coming into view on several key issues. The war is going nowhere fast. For more than two weeks, Mario Paul has been encircled by the Russian army and relentlessly bombed, shelled and attacked. For what? Even if Mario Paul falls, Ukraine can not be conquered, city by city, street by street. House by house, the only outcome to all these is more suffering, more destruction and more order as far as the eye can see. Nearly a month since Russia invaded Ukraine more than three and a half million refugees have fled the country, UN humanitarians have said, in Poland, where 2 million Ukrainians are sheltering, the World Health Organization WHO said that many refugees had chronic healthcare needs requiring urgent assistance. Here's doctor palomi kuchi, WHO representative in Poland. In Ukraine is very restricted and on top of the refugees are coming from a long difficult dangerous journey until they arrive to the border of Poland. Children are traveling for days without the proper food, we have the proper water. They are tired. They are worried. The development comes amid reports that Russian shelling has continued to target heavily built up areas inside Ukraine. Latest UN health agency data has now confirmed 62 attacks on healthcare inside Ukraine since Russian forces invaded on the 24th of February. Reflecting the global commodity price crunch made worse by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, UN humanitarians in Haiti warned that it would likely hurt vulnerable people in the highly import dependent island nation. In an alert on Tuesday the UN World Food Program, WFP warned that hunger levels in Haiti were rising unabated, amid persistent political instability, growing inflation and recurrent disasters, much of the island's wheat comes from Russia and Canada, said WFP country director Pierre honora. So if the wheat flour is going up, you would see a problem. And as I say, the price has already multiplied by 5 in two years. So what we can only expect is that it will multiply again. Need to remain high in the southern part of Haiti where communities are still reeling from a devastating earthquake that hit in August 2021. In the north heavy flooding in January hit Haitians hard, prompting WFP to scale up its response with daily food deliveries. More than four in ten Haitians are food insecure, including one and a half million who require an emergency response. In Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province unrelenting violence and bloodshed has forced thousands to flee their homes since the start of the year, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR said on Tuesday. It comes at one year after attacks in the northern coastal town of Palma by suspected Al shabab militants, he began an insurgency in 2017. UNHCR's Boris Cheshire told journalists in Geneva that attacks by non state armed groups between January and mid March, had displaced 24,000 people in district in the far north. They need humanitarian assistance and protection services urgently, said mister Cheshire, who added that hundreds of families are reportedly still on the move. Those fleeing violence suffered and witnessed atrocities, including killings, the decapitation and dismemberment of bodies, sexual violence, kidnappings, forced recruitment, by armed groups, and torture. The threat of renewed violence means the number of people arriving in what it continues to increase. UNHCR is working with partners and local authorities to help the displaced. It is providing shelter materials and household items to vulnerable families, monitoring those with protection needs and supporting authorities to manage sites hosting the displaced, Daniel Johnson,.

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

"Nations is a way out of the pandemic for everyone everywhere. This was the message from un secretary general antonio guiterrez as he lent his support to the world. Health organization backed campaign. It's target is to get vaccines into the arms of forty percent of people in all countries by the end of twenty twenty one and seventy percents by the middle of next year. The goal is possible as global vaccine. Production is now at nearly one point. Five billion doses per month but reaching four in ten people in all countries by the year's end will depend on being able to mobilize eight billion dollars to ensure that distribution is done equitably. Mister guitarist described the plan as it costed coordinated and credible path out of the corona virus. Crisis it was an alternative to vaccine. Nationalism vaccine hoarding and vaccine diplomacy the un secretary general insisted lifesaving aid distributions to millions in. Afghanistan have been scaled up but much more is needed before winter comes and humanitarian said on wednesday three weeks a major international appeal for funds to help nearly eleven million of the most vulnerable by the end of the year. Only around a third of what's required has been received said un humanitarian coordinating office archer. Supporting the korva urgent assistance. The head of the world food program in afghanistan. Mary ellen mc roti said that afghanistan was on borrowed time my long career with wfp. I've never before seen a crisis unfolded this pace and scale. She said adding that. Afghans faced a new depth of destitution as drought and the economic crisis drives up food and fuel prices in northern. Mozambique worrying reports have emerged that children as young as five have been shown how to handle weapons and indoctrinated to fight with insurgents. The warning on tuesday from un at children's fund unicef came as aid access improved to previously inaccessible areas in cabo delgado province that were occupied by al shabaab militia. When fighting broke out in march humanitarian access to the district was completely blocked.

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Afghan civilians continue to bear the brunt of the taliban takeover in the country where humanitarian needs remain critical and widespread among existing and newly displaced populations. Un agencies said on tuesday. some eighteen million people in the country need aid. Assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This said the un children's agency unicef. Here's the agency's chief of filled operations in emergency. Mr for ben. Macedo speaking in kabul tuesday under our direct impacts office inviting and that derek impact as civilian memorised children obscene injured in such a way that is difficult to describe young children as young as ten month inside kabul. Mr ben masud said that the situation was improving. Although mobile health teams from the world health organization had been forced to hold operations in recent days owing to insecurity. There is great. Need that we need to attend to. The unicef official added vaccinations to prevent the spread of ebola. Virus have begun in cote d'ivoire falling discovery of an outbreak there three days ago confirming the move the u. n. health agency said that high risk populations including health workers and first responders had received shots on monday in the west african nation vaccines made available from neighboring guinea or an outbreak of the highly infectious neuralgic. Disease was declared over nineteenth of june in a statement the world health organization said the cote d'ivoire outbreak was declared after the authorities confirm. The ebola virus had entered the country for a patient who's traveled to iba joan by road from guinea. The patient is currently receiving treatment at a hospital in iba. John said the world health organization which ended that effective early treatment and supportive care can significantly improve chances of surviving ebola. The rapid expansion of humanitarian assistance is needed in crisis hit northern mozambique the head of the iom. The un migration agency said on tuesday speaking from metro gay district which hosts over one hundred twenty five thousand people displaced by insecurity in cabo delgado province antonio vitorino explain that although i o m reaches tens of thousands of families every month significant additional. Funding is needed. This will cover lifesaving. Humanitarian needs and helped implement durable solutions. Mr vitorino said in the last week of july more than nine thousand two hundred displaced people were on the move according to the un agency in the first half of this year. Im mozambique provided assistance to more than six hundred thousand in cabo delgado however it warned that operations remained underfunded with fifty eight million dollars needed to support work in mozambique including twenty one. Point.

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on UN News

"Mozambique risks becoming a hunger emergency families continued to flee insurgent attacks. Wfp chief david beasley said that the conflicts has destroyed jobs lives and hopes for the future with insurgents ripping families apart burning their homes and traumatizing children in the statement. He said innocent communities. Now completely reliant on wfp and our partners to provide them with lifesaving food and help them get back on their feet adding that we must not fail them. The displacement has left at least seven hundred thirty thousand people in cabo delgado with no access to their lands and no means of earning a living. The eruption of violence in the kingdom of s. ouassini in recent days is deeply concerning amid reports that dozens of people are being killed or injured during protests calling for democratic reforms. The un human rights office she. Hr said on tuesday unrest. I began in the last absolute monarchy in africa in may when students took to the streets to call for accountability for the death of a twenty five year old law student allegedly at the hands of the police in late june these protests grew into daily pro-democracy marches in several locations around the kingdom with protesters voicing deep seated political and economic grievances. Oh hr said they'd received allegations of disproportionate and unnecessary use of force harassment and intimidation by security forces including the use of live munition by police. Spokesperson is throttle urged the authorities in this martini to fully adhere to human rights principles in restoring calm and the rule of law in particular the obligation to minimize any force. She called on the government to ensure that there are prompt transparent effective independent and impartial investigations into all allegations of human rights violations and finally an independent. Un rights experts criticized iran's practice of sentencing human rights defenders to long-term detention calling on the government to release all those detained simply people doing their jobs. It's too easy for human rights defenders in iran to find themselves condemned to ten years or more imprisoned for carrying out work. That's legitimate in the eyes of human rights law said mary lawler special rapporteur on the situation of human rights. Defenders in a statement defenders of women have children of prisoner rights labor rights of freedom of expression of minorities and others. They all run the risk of being detained in dire conditions for long periods of time she said when rights defenders the jail that means some of the rights of the general population left unprotected. Human rights defenders perform a vital service in any country but in iran. They're accused of harming national security. She noted matt wells you news..

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Grave concern for women and children targeted in northern Mozambique

UN News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Grave concern for women and children targeted in northern Mozambique

"Disturbing reports of targeted attacks against civilians have continued to emerge from the northern mozambique town of palmer mocking a serious escalation of violence and volatility in the cabo delgado region issuing the alert on tuesday. You agencies reported that dozens of people had been killed during attacks by unnamed insurgents reportedly descended on the town at the weekend families have fled sporadic ongoing violence seeking refuge in the surrounding bush. Some of the six hundred and seventy thousand people who've been displaced by the insurgency. That began in october. Two thousand seventeen more than half. Our children explained marucci mccotter spokesperson for you and children's fund unicef. We aren't acting more children. And again as i said there were already. Three hundred. thousand children is placed income. That's an extraordinary large number of children who are displaced right now and they are in desperate need of out of in addition to continuing insecurity in mozambique's north. The response has been hampered by a severe lack of funding with the two hundred and fifty four million dollar appeal. only one percent funded.

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"cabo delgado" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"cabo delgado" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Carol hills. This is the world it's been eight weeks. Since myanmar's military seized total power in a coup. On saturday they had a big parade. In myanmar's capital of naypyidaw the military marched in showed off its tanks and missiles elsewhere in the country. It was chaos in a single day. Myanmar's military gunned down more than one hundred on armed civilians across the country. Even killing children. It was the bloodiest day of the crackdown against non violent protesters since the coup began. The world's patrick win has been speaking to protesters in myanmar patrick. What exactly did the army do. We'll carol it's it was basically mass murderer i mean it was to terrorize the population It's not just police and troops aiming at a few protesters and shooting him shooting them in the head to scare them back inside. They were doing that before. But now they're also going into neighborhoods that are deemed unruly and just randomly shooting and people's windows while people are in bed They also went to the funeral of a protester. Someone they killed and shot at people as they were in morning and in in the city of mandalay there were some tire setup on the road where locals made a barricade to keep the troops out the army. Set it on fire. And when a man tried to put it out shot him and threw his body on the fire That man was named aiko. He had four kids and photos of his. Charred body are all over social media. So there's this feeling carol That nobody is safe in san mar even kids a number of children and eleven year old girl a five year. Old boy were killed on. Saturday and quite a few young teenagers have been killed. And that brings the death toll to four fifty and it's going up every day is just horrible the way you talk about it. It sounds like these aren't just clashes and protests. The military are seeking people out in their homes. The thing to understand is the military in. Myanmar is like a nation inside of a nation. They have soldiers and officers with their own schools their own hospitals their own towns even in that bubbles. There's this really strong ideology that says we. The powerful army can hold this country together and only we can teach them that they're up against foreign forces like the us and china who wanted infiltrate the country and these protesters are brainwashed by the cia and to chaos and so they believe they have to crush these forces to suppress the traders. That's really what they think. What's been the reaction to this around the world. Well there's the usual condemnation from presidents and heads of state Joe biden said. It's terrible it's absolutely. I think what's new carol is. This was so bad that the defense chiefs of twelve different countries came out and condemned myanmar's army for murdering civilians. That's germany the uk australia but also asian countries that usually hold their tongue like japan and south korea. To countries that did not condemn Army are russia and china russia. Sent its deputy defense minister to attend that parade. That banquet for armed forces day as people are being shot and these two countries are the biggest arms suppliers to me and mars. Military patrick. violence against protesters seems to be mostly happening in cities. How is this uprising. Playing out in the jungles where ethnic armed groups have been fighting the military for decades. So what mar is home to a majority ethnic group burmese who mostly live in the lowlands and the towns and the cities but there are many many other indigenous groups in the country the koran the the mon- the kind the chen many others and they all have their own resistance armies to defend their homelands and a few of these indigenous groups with guns have come out and said hey we want to support this uprising somehow and one of them the koran who live in jungles close to thailand actually stormed an outpost of the army near the border and took their guns away tied up their troops to humiliate them on armed forces day. The military is hit them back with jet strikes which are still ongoing as i understand and that sent thousands of these foreign people fleeing into thailand. So this is starting to become a refugee crisis. And i think the message is if you want to play around with this uprising. Indigenous armed groups. We will strike back extra hard and we have fighter jets and attack choppers that you don't so so watch out so patrick. Where do we go from here. It feels like me and mars. Military just doesn't care what other people think. No they really. Don't they very much steeped in their own ideology They're not very worried about joe biden condemning them. They know that they can continue to get weapons from china and russia. And they're used to this honestly. They've been a pariah in south east asia and to the west for decades. So they're ready to hunker down fact. Some of the generals have said something to that effect. We've been here before we can endure it. We will come out the other side. The world's patrick win speaking to us from bangkok. Thanks a lot patrick. Thanks carol and a quick follow up to that story. The biden administration announced today that the us will suspend all trade with myanmar. The move is mostly symbolic though because myanmar does just a fraction of its overall trade with the united states now to africa where a deadly attack in northern mozambique has left dozens of people dead including civilians and foreign nationals. The resource rich region has seen a rise in violence by insurgents with links to the islamic state. The world's halima condie has the latest the town of palma and mozambique sits along pristine white sandy beaches and in recent years. It's become the center of a multibillion dollar natural gas project run by the french energy company to towel that has created new jobs and drawn both foreigners and locals alike to palma for work but in recent days terrorist violence has sent thousands of people fleeing for their lives spending throw not a spokesman for mozambique's ministry of defence omar salonga. Speaking at a recent press conference he described. The attack began on wednesday. Gunman entered the town of palma and killed. Dozens of people fled to the nearby a ruler hotel. A popular beachside destination frequented by foreigners. Also did you follow a set. The sarong is said that a convoy of vehicles left the hotel in a desperate bid to escape but the militants attacked the convoy. Killing at least seven people the northern province of cabo delgado has been through worsening violence in recent years that has displaced nearly seventy thousand people. The group responsible is called alu. June awhile drama. A local islamist militant group linked to isis the gruesome nature of the violence is familiar says daiwa venga of a human rights. Watch wistful to Witnesses who saw bodies or on the streets endure also members of the islamic groups that the chords our shebab shooting indiscriminately and the some of the is laying on the streets. Head heads missing the hidden beheaded other son. Well jemma is known locally as al shabaab which means the youth arabic but it has no known links to the extremist group in somalia..

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Cabo Delgado Residents forced to leave

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Cabo Delgado Residents forced to leave

"Islamist fighters have been laying siege since last week to the town of palma in northern. Mozambique near africa's largest ever private investment project over the weekend residents and foreign workers made desperate escape attempts by land and sea. Hundreds of people have attempted to flee the town running into forests and nearby villages. Two hundred civilians were sheltering inside the hotel in the town of palmer of the militant surrounded the compound and nearby natural gas project from french company. Total tell has been forced to suspend operations. Dozens have been killed and many more still unaccounted for. Some described harrowing scenes of streets and beaches littered with decapitated bodies. This insurgency has been terrorizing the country's kabo delgado province since two thousand seventeen earlier this month. America's government designated the insurgents as an arm of islamic state isis mozambique's violent extremist insurgency has re tactic in the countries coupled. Oh god oh province and killed more than thirteen hundred civilians. Isis mozambique's continued attacks. Have caused displacement of nearly six hundred seventy thousand persons within mozambique.

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UNDP responding to cocktail of crisis in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

UN News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

UNDP responding to cocktail of crisis in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

"Missed it by car. Thank you very much for talking to you when news today. Thank you monica. Thank you for having me. You had this the undp mission now right now in bemba the capital teaches to support the response to the crisis who tell us watches exactly the situation right now. Decision of the godel. It's a very complex. We've the multi dimensional crisis going on We have a since the january. A sheriff's in displacement in the province. Those people living their house because of ensue. John attacked on their villages dispersed in provincial. For delgado none pull i in. This crisis is another crisis. Which is a covid kitten video hot in cape delgado so the population insufficient mid-july your crisis oedipus of displacement now are in a community not income on. This is a very serious issue because it's threats to the source the response capacity of the community of the authority. The population has been generous but on the resources are limited. So when you ask people from this difficult situation you have to ship everything. But it's a very difficult for them for displaced people but also the community in them

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