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Over 168 million children miss nearly a year of schooling, UNICEF says

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01:19 min | 5 d ago

Over 168 million children miss nearly a year of schooling, UNICEF says

"At least one hundred and sixty eight million children. Labor missed out on classroom learning in the last year. Owing to corona virus related lockdowns the un children's fund unicef said on wednesday schools in some fourteen countries remained largely shut for almost twelve months as authorities attempted to hold back ovid nineteen infections. The un agency said in a new report in response to the findings sector jemele antonio guiterrez warned of global education crisis. Now efforts should be sped to safely. Bring every child back into the classroom. He tweeted here. He is speaking outside. Un headquarters in new york one of the most dramatic consequences of congress as being terrible suffering children and families because of the two of them. That defense school mandy. Fortunately at the chest with with the virtual means that's a or the forest populations without internet connection. We have millions of people of the school and that is a tragedy as the one year anniversary of the covid nineteen pandemic approaches on the eleventh of march unicef chief. Henrietta four underlined the catastrophic education. Emergency that worldwide lockdowns have created with every day that goes by children who are unable to access in person schooling full further and further behind and the most marginalized paying the heaviest price. Miss four added

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UNICEF begins shipping syringes for the global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

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00:49 sec | Last week

UNICEF begins shipping syringes for the global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

"Critical task of ensuring that all countries have enough medical equipment to vaccinate people safely against covid nineteen gathered pace on tuesday with news. That one hundred thousand syringes have been sent to the maldives ahead of an inoculation drive. The shipment is part of the first wave of syringes and safety boxes organized. By the un children's fund unicef over the next few weeks the agency plans to dispatch more than fourteen and a half million single use needles to more than thirty countries including cote d'ivoire sotomayor and principi. These include the point. Five milliliter syringes. Which meant for use with the astrazeneca vaccine while the point. Three millimeter version is for the pfizer bio entex shot in total unicef aims to supply up to one billion syringes and ten million safety boxes to countries in two thousand and twenty one ahead of the broader rollout of new corona virus vaccines in eighty two low end low to middle income countries

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UNICEF chief’s appeal for access to children caught up in Ethiopia’s Tigray

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00:57 sec | Last month

UNICEF chief’s appeal for access to children caught up in Ethiopia’s Tigray

"Three months since fighting began in ethiopia northern state of tigray great concern for the plight of youngsters there. The un children's fund unicef has warned in an alert on wednesday the agency's executive director henrietta. Four said that the very little was known about the impact of the conflict was deeply troubling because of difficulties getting humanitarian access. The warning comes almost two weeks since unicef and partners dispatched twenty nine trucks filled with emergency nutrition health and protection supplies entity gray where central government soldiers have confronted tigray people's liberation front forces. That convoy was a step in the right direction but nowhere near the level of access and scale of support. That is actually needed. Miss four said unicef cited reports of three hundred unaccompanied or separated children among the more than fifty seven thousand people who fled to neighboring sudan the are potentially many more among the approximately two hundred eighty thousand internally displaced in tigray and neighboring regions the un agency said

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$2.5 billion appeal for 39 million children in Middle East and North Africa

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01:02 min | 3 months ago

$2.5 billion appeal for 39 million children in Middle East and North Africa

"The un children's fund unicef said on monday that record two and a half billion dollars is needed for lifesaving assistance for thirty nine million children in the middle east and north africa. Next year this includes an increase of nearly half a billion dollars to continue responding to the cave nineteen pandemic amid a surge in cases. The funding is needed for several emergencies. Such as syria where four point eight million children are in need of assistance after nearly a decade of war in yemen twelve million children or almost every child in the war-torn country is in need of support unicef said in sudan. The agency warned that more than five million youngsters face a multitude of challenges including devastating andrew carrying floods political transition at an economic crisis in lebanon eunice f reported that economic collapse an increase in one thousand nineteen cases and ebay route explosion in august had made nearly one point nine million children dependent on assistance. The largest portion of funds requested in unison. Deal is keep children in education followed by water sanitation health and nutrition along with psychosocial support to address mental health issues.

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"un children" Discussed on UN News

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03:34 min | 4 months ago

"un children" Discussed on UN News

"The children of Yemen are suffering acute malnutrition president at rights as the world's worst humanitarian crisis grinds on UN agencies have warned in an alert based on new food security analysis in some areas more than one in four children is acutely malnourished. . said the UN Children's fund UNICEF along with the World Food Programme, WFP , and the Office for the Coordination of humanitarian, , affairs or. . They cited data from one hundred and thirty three districts in southern parts of Yemen which are home to one point four, , million children under five. . It revealed a ten percent increase in acute trish in so far this year even worse is the more than fifteen percent rise in children suffering from severe acute malnutrition meaning that at least ninety, , eight, , thousand under-fives are at high risk of dying without urgent medical treatment from Geneva. . Here's UNICEF spokesperson Eczema. . Kado. . The most significant increase is among young children who suffer from inferior acute malnutrition. . This is a condition that leaves children around ten times more likely to die. . Z's as such as cholera, , diarrhoea, , malaria, , or acute respiratory infections, , all of which are common in Yemen. . According to Wip by the of twenty, , twenty, , four in ten people in surveyed areas of Yemen about three point, , two million people are likely to be severely food insecure data for the remaining districts. . Northern Yemen has yet to be published, , but the situation is expected to be equally concerning based on historical trends. . Fighting between government on non-state actors has continued in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province where civilians have been killed thousands displaced the UN hazard an update from Austria, , the UN Humanitarian Aid Office reported that more than two weeks since clashes began near Lashkar Gah city. . The security situation remains volatile while talks between the Afghan government and Taliban representatives continue in Qatar fighting has also been reported along the road connecting Chicago with Kandahar city in the East with improvised explosive devices planted on main highways continuing to threaten those looking for shelter. . Amid attacks affecting fifteen medical facilities, , the World Health Organization W. H.. . O.. . Also reported that the closure of clinics has affected thousands of people although handful of partially reopened. . Science needs to be more accessible, , transparent, , and in tune with people's needs if global threats like the covid nineteen pandemic ought to be overcome effectively, , you agency heads said on Tuesday in a joint appeal for free access to scientific reviews, , data tools, , and software audrey. . Azoulay. . From yes. . Go Ted Ross at an Gabri ACIS from the World Health Organization has. . Michelle Bachelet High Commissioner for Human Rights called on the international community to take all necessary measures to make this happen with the additional support of Fabiola Gianotti who had Sunday European Laboratory for particle physics. . The appeal also intends to promote trust in research and technology at a time when rumors and. . False information I increasingly common in a statement UNESCO the UN agency for Education Science and Culture said that the recent response of the scientific community to the cave nineteen pandemic has demonstrated how well open science can accelerate the achievement of scientific solutions to global challenges. . But the agency insisted that sustainable solutions to global threats require an efficient transparent and vibrant scientific effort from everyone in society not just scientists in line with the wishes of UN member states UNESCO is developing guidelines explaining how countries can implement open science policies to bring citizens closer to science and how they can commit to helping to share scientific knowledge around the World

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UN: Child Malnutrition Soars in War-torn Yemen

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03:34 min | 4 months ago

UN: Child Malnutrition Soars in War-torn Yemen

"The children of Yemen are suffering acute malnutrition president at rights as the world's worst humanitarian crisis grinds on UN agencies have warned in an alert based on new food security analysis in some areas more than one in four children is acutely malnourished. said the UN Children's fund UNICEF along with the World Food Programme, WFP and the Office for the Coordination of humanitarian, affairs or. They cited data from one hundred and thirty three districts in southern parts of Yemen which are home to one point four, million children under five. It revealed a ten percent increase in acute trish in so far this year even worse is the more than fifteen percent rise in children suffering from severe acute malnutrition meaning that at least ninety, eight, thousand under-fives are at high risk of dying without urgent medical treatment from Geneva. Here's UNICEF spokesperson Eczema. Kado. The most significant increase is among young children who suffer from inferior acute malnutrition. This is a condition that leaves children around ten times more likely to die. Z's as such as cholera, diarrhoea, malaria, or acute respiratory infections, all of which are common in Yemen. According to Wip by the of twenty, twenty, four in ten people in surveyed areas of Yemen about three point, two million people are likely to be severely food insecure data for the remaining districts. Northern Yemen has yet to be published, but the situation is expected to be equally concerning based on historical trends. Fighting between government on non-state actors has continued in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province where civilians have been killed thousands displaced the UN hazard an update from Austria, the UN Humanitarian Aid Office reported that more than two weeks since clashes began near Lashkar Gah city. The security situation remains volatile while talks between the Afghan government and Taliban representatives continue in Qatar fighting has also been reported along the road connecting Chicago with Kandahar city in the East with improvised explosive devices planted on main highways continuing to threaten those looking for shelter. Amid attacks affecting fifteen medical facilities, the World Health Organization W. H.. O.. Also reported that the closure of clinics has affected thousands of people although handful of partially reopened. Science needs to be more accessible, transparent, and in tune with people's needs if global threats like the covid nineteen pandemic ought to be overcome effectively, you agency heads said on Tuesday in a joint appeal for free access to scientific reviews, data tools, and software audrey. Azoulay. From yes. Go Ted Ross at an Gabri ACIS from the World Health Organization has. Michelle Bachelet High Commissioner for Human Rights called on the international community to take all necessary measures to make this happen with the additional support of Fabiola Gianotti who had Sunday European Laboratory for particle physics. The appeal also intends to promote trust in research and technology at a time when rumors and. False information I increasingly common in a statement UNESCO the UN agency for Education Science and Culture said that the recent response of the scientific community to the cave nineteen pandemic has demonstrated how well open science can accelerate the achievement of scientific solutions to global challenges. But the agency insisted that sustainable solutions to global threats require an efficient transparent and vibrant scientific effort from everyone in society not just scientists in line with the wishes of UN member states UNESCO is developing guidelines explaining how countries can implement open science policies to bring citizens closer to science and how they can commit to helping to share scientific knowledge around the World

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COVID-19 vaccine: UNICEF to stockpile more than half a billion syringes

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00:56 sec | 5 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine: UNICEF to stockpile more than half a billion syringes

"Countries around the world gear up to distribute covid nineteen vaccines, the UN Children's Fund. UNICEF. has begun laying the groundwork for safe and efficient delivery by buying and pre-positioning key equipment. The agency said on Monday it will begin by stockpiling around five hundred, twenty million syringes in its warehouses to have a billion ready for use throughout twenty twenty one to ensure syringes arrive before vaccines are distributed. This will be on top of the roughly six, hundred, twenty, million syringes that it will purchase for other vaccination programs to US next year against diseases such as measles anti. FLOYD UNISEX CHIEF HENRIETTA FOUR Spelled out that in order to move fast later, we must move fast now noting that by the end of the year over half a billion syringes should be in place that's enough syringes to wrap around the world one and a half time she said

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Stillbirth rate rises dramatically during pandemic

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00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Stillbirth rate rises dramatically during pandemic

"Nearly. Two million babies are still born every year or one every sixteen seconds a figure that could worsen due to the covid nineteen pandemic according to a new U. N.. report. Most stillbirths or eighty four percent occur in low income countries but high income nations face this challenge. Losing a child at birth or during pregnancy is a devastating tragedy for a family said Henrietta four executive director of the UN Children's fund UNICEF. Many of these deaths could have been prevented with high quality monitoring, proper ante, natal care under skilled birth attendant she added. UNICEF issued the report alongside the World Health Organization who the World Bank Group and the U. N. Department of Economic and Social Affairs. The partners warned that a reduction in health services due to covid nineteen could cause nearly two hundred thousand additional stillbirths over a twelve month period.

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Beirut blast: Helping children cope with catastrophe

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01:43 min | 6 months ago

Beirut blast: Helping children cope with catastrophe

"While many children that safest place is at home in Beirut. Last month's huge explosion that devastated the port and surrounding neighborhoods change that forever. In an interview with you and uses Daniel Johnson child protection officer ruler of. Describe what the UN Children's Fund UNICEF is doing to address their fears in safe spaces dotted around Lebanon's capital city with the added stress created by rising numbers of covid nineteen infections. It's important to explain to children that their fears are in normal. In an abnormal situation she explains though I'm. I'm the Child Protection Officer at Lebanon. Country Office with UNICEF Lebron focusing on everything related to psychosocial support. So today, I'm in the fields we will be visiting three of the Chart Fan dispaced. I'm couldn't you at one of them? Those three friendly spaces were established as a respond to Beirut explosion. And this is one of the activities or component with aiming to tackle and to respond to this crisis when it comes to the psychosocial support that aiming to provide. Right. So what's in a child friendly space and how many children are you catering for as Eunice Surf in London on right now for the time being today as after they, I can tell you we have three hundred fantasy spaces in public garden, but we have many more established across Beirut and outside Beirut also response to the crisis that provide psychosocial support for children, those spaces are and unfortunately for children to come them and their caregivers and to have the opportunity to interact with the three years and also to be able to express. Themselves,

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Progress aside, world still a violent place for girls and women

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01:15 min | 1 year ago

Progress aside, world still a violent place for girls and women

"Despite remarkable gains in girls education over the past twenty five years the world continues to be a dangerous and discriminatory place for them. According to a report launched on Wednesday by the UN Children's Fund Unicef Plan International and U N women. It finds that while the number of girls not attending school has dropped by nearly eighty million over the past two decades violence against women and girls is still common with one in every twenty girls aged fifteen to nineteen years experiencing rape in their lifetime. Girls also face startling risk of violence in every space whether online or in the real world while millions are still subject to harmful practices such as child marriage and female genital mutilation or FGM. The report has been issued as part of the generation equality campaign and to mark the twentieth anniversary of the historic Beijing Declaration. On advancing the rights of women and girls it calls for action in several areas such as expanding opportunities for all girls increasing policy investments in skills development for adolescent girls and in efforts to end gender-based violence child marriage and F. G. M.

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9 million children could die in a decade unless world acts on pneumonia, leading agencies warn

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00:56 sec | 1 year ago

9 million children could die in a decade unless world acts on pneumonia, leading agencies warn

"Boosting efforts to fight. Pneumonia could avert nearly nine million child deaths. This decade from pneumonia and other major diseases is a new analysis is found ahead of the first ever global forum on childhood pneumonia taking place this week. According to a new model from Johns Hopkins University in the United States scaling-up pneumonia treatment and prevention services can save the lives of three point. Two million children under five that would create a so called ripple effect that would prevent five point seven seven million extra child deaths from other major childhood diseases at the same time if we're serious about saving the lives of children said UN Children's Fund Executive Director Henrietta four. We have to get serious about fighting pneumonia. The current corona virus outbreak shows this means improving timely detection and prevention. She added it. Pneumonia is the biggest single killer of children. Worldwide claiming the lives of eight hundred thousand last year or one child every thirty nine

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Trading in suffering: detention, exploitation and abuse in Libya

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03:38 min | 1 year ago

Trading in suffering: detention, exploitation and abuse in Libya

"This is the news. In brief from the United Nations. The world should not accept the dire an untenable situation facing children in Libya the head of the UN Children's fund UNICEF said on Friday children in Libya including refugee and migrant children continue to suffer grievously amidst the violence Arlington. Chaos unleashed by the country's longstanding civil war executive director Henrietta. Four said in a statement since last April when the hostilities ability is broke out in Tripoli and western Libya conditions for thousands of children and civilians deteriorated further with indiscriminate attacks in populated areas that have caused hundreds of death and UNICEF has received reports of children being main killed and also recruited to fight. Since the fall of President Moammar Gadhafi twenty eleven Libya has been in the throes of ongoing instability and economic collapse despite its large oil reserves preserves meanwhile over the last eight months more than one hundred fifty thousand people ninety thousand home or children have been forced to flee their homes uh-huh and are now internally displaced the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights has condemned the continued killing and displacement of civilians in northwestern western Syria despite a ceasefire announcement last Sunday. Michelle Bachelet called for the immediate cessation of hostilities. In and around. I'm the de Escalation zone of it. Live as well as the protection of all civilians and civilian infrastructure. The latest ceasefire as with others in the past year ear has yet again failed to protect civilians. Who faced the threat of being killed and means going about their everyday lives. She lamented it. is is deeply distressing. That civilians are still being killed. On a daily basis in missile strikes from both the air and ground she elaborated hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by the violence and forced to traverse conflict zones. Some have fled to smaller territories in northern Italy job while others have crossed into areas in northern Aleppo under the control of Turkish backed armed groups independent. UN Human Glenn writes experts on Friday expressed concerns about the treason trial that opens this week against Cambodia. Opposition leader Kem Sokha saying the the entire process has been beset by regularities. Mr Socha was arrested. Detained and charged with treason for twenty thirteen speech. He delivered delivered in Australia. That was broadcast by. CBN The Cambodian Broadcasting Network if convicted. He faces a custodial sentence of between fifteen to thirty years. The experts said they had strong grounds to believe that the treason charges politically motivated and forms. Part of a larger Roger Pattern of misapplying laws to target political opponents and critics of the government following his arrest in September twenty seventeen. Mr Socha was detained without bail and held in pretrial detention for a year. Then put under house arrest allowed to leave home last year he. He was then banned from travelling abroad and forbidden to conduct political activities. The experts repeat their call for restrictive bail conditions to be removed and for all political rights to be reinstated with compensation and reparations lists. Kapiti U._N. News.

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Australia bushfire crisis: UNICEF offers help and support

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01:01 min | 1 year ago

Australia bushfire crisis: UNICEF offers help and support

"Raging bushfires wreaking havoc across Australia have prompted the UN Children's fund UNICEF to offer its support to these straddling government and its partners dealing with the unprecedented disaster while acknowledging the selflessness professionalism and dedication indication of first responders and all organizations working on the ground UNICEF issued a statement on Monday extending its condolences to the children and families lease affected by the devastating fires. The UN agency flagged its experience in providing crucial long-term support to children across the world told through the three stages of relief recovery and rehabilitation and expressed. It's very real desire to help. Where needed UNICEF. Jeff has significant expertise and experience globally in responding to emergencies including natural disasters. The statement said we know that children are are always among the most vulnerable in circumstances such as these

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UN supporting Samoa's battle against deadly measles outbreak

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07:50 min | 1 year ago

UN supporting Samoa's battle against deadly measles outbreak

"I'm Deanne pen with UN news. UN agencies are assisting authorities in Samoa as they battle a measles outbreak which has killed more than sixty people abo- mainly babies the World Health Organization. Who has flown in emergency medical teams from across the globe who are working alongside local colleagues in a mass inoculation campaign using vaccines supplied by the UN Children's fund UNICEF the UN also supporting a national awareness campaign aimed that were building trust following the deaths last year of two babies during routine vaccinations. Simona Marinescu the UN Resident Coordinator in Samoa Discusses Discusses these developments and plans for long term recovery with Julia Dean from the UN Information Centre in Canberra. As you're not only are student. A state of emergency the source declared on fifteen November where the mass vaccination campaign that started on the twentieth of November and was a two day shutdown to ensure that all people who are still not vaccinated gets demonization from dedicated medical teams. We have four one thousand two hundred seventeen. Measles cases recorded today and sixty two deaths unfortunately and in in their vast majority Babies and other nineteen babies are fighting for their lives. Seen the ICU. So the situation remains critical and medical teams. Sir Are Mindful of the importance of rapid vaccination across the country. What is the UN been doing in the field trump the very beginning the united Nike nations through UNICEF supplies of vaccines across the country. We have been supplying today to over two hundred hundred thousand vaccines to ensure that these mass vaccination can take place W. H. O. Abroad in-country emergency medical because teams from all over the world and have been assisting nurses and medical personnel more. Broadly in all of eighty facilities where people get vaccinated and today where in the field was the one hundred twenty eight. Medical teams deployed assisting them to run. The vaccination would all support a needed on top of that the entire U. N. team provided funding the systems for national awareness campaign with teams organized with the Ministry of Women Community and Social Development the Ministry of Health the Minister of Education to knock on the doors of people everywhere in the community to make them aware of the importance of vaccination as you may in always having country anti vaccination groups. We had A horrible story last year when two babies where codes during the routine vaccination so to rebuild confidence reveal trust we had to run Campaign and also the United Nations applied for the the Central Emergency Response Fund for the two point seven mediating tall tall some on the Pacific to be made available for the response. The last piece of Super Suppo- argues putting together the appear. I also want to mention that with our support We have organized an online of real time monitoring monitoring of vaccination system with an application that was developed by local technology companies that it allowed individuals in each of the medical teams to record alive in real time. People who get their vaccines per her age group or geographic location for Sex data credentials. That would allow us to have a management system in place for vaccination in the future richer appeal. What defense be useful. First of all The Central Emergency Response Fund already allocated one point and five million for the emergency response in some more and one point two million for the Pacific we do have an increasing number of cases in Tonga and end in Fiji as well and we are mindful of the fact that the epidemic can spread very quickly throughout the region but this is just a response bonds to the current reality as all individuals get vaccinated. UN's hopefully Everybody who is still fighting gotta got a measles We'll be back home. We need to face the vulnerabilities that this country has was the scene of very weak. house he stemming place no management See stemmed up to allow us to know was actually vaccinated by name and agents accent Geographic Africa location as well as Mobilization of community so that as we move forward we could first of all Support Communists Communist have been affected but we also beyond the culture of immunization and a culture of respect for collective health across the country. The government of some are launching with the support of the United Nations and national response and Recovery Appeal to again address the Shortage in resources. That we have to still deal with the epidemic while also getting ready for recovery so we are supposed to Use some of those resources to ensure we build an immunization Sean Management System in this country that have digital records of people who get vaccinations that we are able to bring back the babies without route. One shot to be receiving the second shot at the right time. And that's again we manage the even is scheduled for the a baby's of this country in se stomach Way In addition to the to the appeal is also meant to provide maternal attornal services for women who are pregnant and to got measles or who are at risk to deliver babies with measles and we will also see the appeal of funds going to a psycho social services for those who lost their babies their family members and also in stating a network of services across the country that do not opt exists right now services that would look into prevention again Making sure that families Follow the schedule of humanization but also all services that will support in case other people get affected. What will final thoughts be your call to action? I think we have all learned Painful lesson here. Speak about the nation that literally had no vaccination for a certain number of months that happened on the ground of the very sad story that happened last year with the two babies skilled during a routine vaccination. The crisis revealed a horrible lavar abilities on gaps in in capacity. So we can't continue like that so we are going to prioritize moving forward the reform of the house a system and reviving the senior society organizations to help us saw literally leave no one behind when it comes to access to healthcare.

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World Children's Day 2019: What is it and why is it celebrated

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01:16 min | 1 year ago

World Children's Day 2019: What is it and why is it celebrated

"On Wednesday in a message to mark World Children's Day U. N. Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez hailed the leadership role. That children are taking when it comes to building a more sustainable world for all Twenty Nineteen International Day marks the thirtieth anniversary of Convention on the rights of the child historic commitment which has guided the work of the UN Children's Fund or UNICEF. The convention has made a positive difference to the lives of millions of children but much more still needs to be done. Child deaths have fallen by overhaul and global standing has declined but millions of children killed them still suffer from war poverty discrimination and disease as remark sunny -versity of these landmark convention. I guess all countries to keep that promise is to them. Let's build on advances and recommit to putting children first for every child every right. Mr Guitar Asia's message was echoed owed by the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet who urged countries to strengthen child protection measures at a conference in Geneva to celebrate the anniversary mustache let warned that with the world grappling with the effects of climate change in a rapidly changing digital environment. Millions of children are still being left behind

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News in Brief 19 September 2019

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 19 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Although childbirth survival rates are a staggering success compared with the year two thousand one pregnant woman or her child still dies every eleven seconds from largely preventable causes. UN health experts said on Thursday in a joint appeal for for all nations to provide better medical care for all the UN Children's fund UNICEF JEFF and W. H. O. The World Health Organization outlined several ways to to help protect the two point eight million pregnant women and newborns who die every year their recommendations tackle immediate and underlying problems. It's such as ensuring that midwives have water to wash their hands and helping teenage girls to stay in school longer whether it's less chance of them getting pregnant according to UNICEF executive director Henrietta four a skilled pair of hands to help mothers and newborns around the time of birth along with clean water adequate equip nutrition basic medicine vaccines can make the difference between life and death scores of civilians were killed and injured Thursday in what the UN assistant mission in Afghanistan you Nama called a disproportionate and indiscriminate Taliban attack according to a senior defence ministry official in the capital capital a truck bomb detonated near the hospital in Kalat. The main health facility invisible province local reports affirmed that many of the victims were doctors and patients. You tweeted that the bomb which was targeting security facility caused extensive damage to the hospital with terrible harm to health workers and patients inside the latest attack comes just two days after the Taliban took responsibility for twin attacks which left dozens dead and many others injured and finally the Food and Agricultural Organisation. FAO revealed on Thursday. I total of forty. One countries are need of international food assistance citing conflicts as the primary cause of high levels of food insecurity. FAO's new new crop prospects and food situation report also points to adverse weather conditions which have affected agricultural production reducing food availability L. ability and access rainfall shortages and drought are of particular concern as they acutely affect food availability for millions. It's in Africa severe dryness in East Africa has dimmed crop production prospects and degraded pasture conditions for raising livestock. The report also indicates that insecurity and localized dry weather conditions have hit crop production in West Africa Lists Kaffee U. N. News.

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News in Brief 11 September 2019

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02:53 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 11 September 2019

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations despite improving conditions in south Sudan more than half the country struggles to survive according to three three United Nations agencies working on the ground there a so called integrated food security phase classification update was released on Wednesday stay by the UN Children's Fund Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Programme together with the south Sudanese government it spells out that not only do acute malnutrition levels among children exceed emergency thresholds but more than six point three million people people do not know where their next meal is coming from the report estimates that ten thousand people are currently at a catastrophic level of of acute food insecurity about one point seven million at emergency level and another four point six million people are experiencing official crisis this level turning to the Middle East at the Arab Summit League the head of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees known as Anwar in Wa has urgently called Arab states to continue their financial and political support to Palestine refugees addressing the Council of of Arab Foreign Ministers Pierre Cry and Buell highlighted that unrest work remains vital especially without a just and lasting solution to the plight of Palestine Refugees he thanked the League for its support and asked members to maintain the same level of commitment to the UN agency Z. particularly in the run-up to the renewal of its mandate in November and finally to Mongolia where after a ten day visit is it the independent expert on foreign debt and Human Rights said that the mining sector there should play a transformer to roll for economic social and cultural Israel rights and spur human development Juan Pablo Boho Slavsky said mining activities have been associated with serious adverse human human rights impacts affecting housing health water and sanitation after visiting one mine in the Gobi desert where water consumption assumption is a major issue he encouraged conversations with local communities particularly herders to find a satisfactory solution or consider other alternative water sources the UN expert also recommended that the government established a permanent platform for involved all parties to discuss environmental claims in the mining sector for her to communities accessing water in the desert is the basis of their livelihood. Zhi stressed Liska Feeding U. N. News.

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News in Brief 27 June 2019

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02:41 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 27 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. They disturbing image of a drowned Central American migrant father and his toddler daughter photographed face down in the Rio Grande river, on the Mexico US border continues to evoke, strong reactions, the latest from UN children's fund chief Henrietta four. In a statement, miss four described the scene as heartbreaking before, peeling to all countries in the region to damore to protect vulnerable migrants. In particular, she spotlighted the Dr government border shelter facilities on the US Mexican border saying they cause lasting harm to youngsters in need of help, the UNICEF executive directors comments follow the resignation of the acting, head of the US border protection agency earlier this week amid reports that micro children, lacked, basic necessities, including soap at a center in Texas. It's hard to fathom this happening in a country with such a rich history as a champion for children in need around the world, miss four said, particularly for those that rooted from their homes and communities by cry. To Geneva, where you an appointed independent rights experts have called on Mexican authorities to free two men who've been held in pretrial detention for well over a decade and allegedly tortured. The appeal from the working group on arbitrary detention is for the unconditional release of Daniel Garcia, a former public official and raise Alpa a trade union advisor, they were denied a fair trial after being detained without an arrest warrant, according to the UN panel, which said that there was no evidence that reports of torture involving electric shocks burns and injections had been investigated. Thursday statement by the working group follows official communications to the government of Mexico in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen and finally a disease, that's responsible for causing blindness in millions of people trachoma has moved a step closer to elimination the World, Health Organization, or WHO said on Thursday, the bacterial infection is present in forty four countries and can be. Painful and debilitating in its later stages often affecting the most disadvantaged people worldwide latest data from WHO shows that the number of people at risk from Tacoma has fallen from one point five billion in two thousand and two to just over at one hundred and forty two million in two thousand nineteen Ninety-one percent reduction, this has been made possible by sustained and generous donations of antibiotics from health partners, according to WHO, which has praised the efforts of hundreds of thousands of frontline workers and volunteers, who braved the weather bad roads insecurity, and yet, deliver treatment to mostly rural communities. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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News in Brief 24 June 2019

UN News

03:18 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 24 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, thousands of suspected foreign Aycell terrorist fighters and their families being held in detention in Syria. Iraq must be treated fairly by their captors and taken back by their home countries, that's according to you in High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Basch Alette opening the latest session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday. She said that more than fifty five thousand men, women and children, have been rounded up since the fall of the self-styled caliphate, in the spring, while most of these individuals are Syrian or Iraqi she pointed out that they also include alleged foreign fighters from nearly fifty countries. She noted that at least eleven thousand suspected family members are still being held in northeastern series. I'll hold camp in what she called deeply substandard conditions citing estimates by the UN children's fund UNICEF. The High Commissioner explained that there are twenty nine thousand children of foreign fighters in Syria. Two thirds of whom originally came from Iraq, mostly under the age of twelve also on Monday, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR announced that on seventeen and eighteen December. It will be hosting the first ever global refugee forum in Geneva with tens of millions of people affected by war conflict and persecution, the form will provide an opportunity for countries to take stock of the situation today and strengthen the international response, you and High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi, said that refugees situations, send ripples across entire regions, and beyond pointing out the dealing with displacement challenges. Cannot be done alone and requires a United vision among countries coupled with concrete action. This is the goal of the global compact on refugees. And it is what we will be working towards during the form, he spelled out, UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez is expected to attend the event, which will be held at the ministerial level and among other things focus on burden and responsibility sharing education livelihood and protection on Sunday. You and food and agriculture agency FAO elected shudong. Ooh. China's agricultural deputy minister to take the reins on one August having received a total of one hundred eight votes out of one hundred ninety one cast FAO's, one hundred ninety four member countries chose mister chew during its forty first annual conference. In Rome, the new FAO chief, who was born in nineteen sixty three is the first person from a communist country to hold the top job and the ninth director, general since the organization was founded in nineteen forty five current chief Jose. Graziano. A silver from Brazil will complete his four year term on thirty one July, as China's vice minister for agriculture, Mr. chew worked on several rural development projects all over the world during which time he was in close contact with many UN countries lists Kapiti UN news.

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"un children" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"un children" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New immigration plan where watching and listening for you and the state's highest court says a child rapist now in his seventies has to be released. Marijuana regulators are crafting rules for pot cafes. The TSA clarifies the rules about flying with we opponents of Alabama's new abortion ban or planning series of rallies, this weekend marches infected of statehouse, in Montgomery, Birmingham, and Huntsville, ABC, Sherry, Preston says proponents are looking beyond the state's borders of the strict Alabama, abortion, law admit their goal went beyond simply getting the legislation passed the Republican controlled legislature. Their goal is to get the Bill before the US supreme court before it gets there, though, someone has to challenge it at the circuit. Court level than if it struck down, which most likely will be would go to the appeals court level, and the six district court of appeals is where supporters hope it ends up six judges on that sixteen judge panel where appointed by President Trump, five by President George W Bush, another five five presidents Obama and Clinton, backer say they're encouraged by those numbers, Cheri Preston, ABC news now. Missouri, also moving closer to a strict abortion ban. ABC's Ryan boroughs tells us what's in this legislation. The Missouri Senate has approved a Bill to ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy. It still needs the approval of Missouri's Republican led house by Friday. Governor Mike personal. So Republican has said he supports the measure, calling it a chance to be one of the strongest pro-life states in the country, if passed the abortion ban would include exceptions for medical emergencies, but not for pregnancies caused by rape, or incest. Doctors performing abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy would face five fifteen years behind bars. The woman would not be prosecuted. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Olympic gold. Medalist Allyson, Frank calls at the most terrifying day of her life. She spoke before the House Ways and means committee earlier during a hearing on racial disparities in maternal mortality rates Felix telling lawmakers, she was thirty two weeks into what she thought was a normal pregnancy when she was diagnosed with the condition threatening her own life, and that of her unborn daughter all I cared about in that moment. Was that my daughter would survive? And I didn't really understand about my life as well. Mothers, don't die from child. Right. Not in twenty nineteen not professional athletes. Not at one of the best hospitals in the country doctors had to perform an emergency delivery, the little girl and Felix says she spent the next month recovering in intensive care. She discovered her story is not so uncommon among otherwise, healthy black women like herself. A UN report calls for countries to take action to reduce the number of babies with dangerously low birth weights CBS news, foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Faulk outlines the problem. The report by the UN children, say.

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"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and HD Neil. As President Trump pushes for friendly relations with Russia administration officials are taking a measured approach we have differences each country will protect its own interests mccaffery on percents people. But it's not definitely we're adversaries on every issue today on the takeaway, the evolving relationship between Russia and the United States in the specter of the twenty twenty election. I'm Vega, and this is the takeaway also on the show the messaging platform WhatsApp revealed a security flaw causing concern for one point five billion users. What's particularly interesting about this attack? And particularly pernicious is that it's a quote unquote, zero click attack. You don't even have to answer this phone, call and woman who works with victims of domestic violence in Honduras. Shares her story we have all the Gatien to stand up speak out and stand in the gap for people who are suffering those of us who can take away. We'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. Alabama. Governor k ID is expected to sign a measure that would affect ban abortion in the state and PR's Nina totenberg reports the law is part of the trend. The Alabama lies only the most extreme one that's been passed since Brad Cavanaugh became a Justice since his appointment last year. And and any abortion grew during that period since his appointment have been pushing variety of laws that clearly violate Roe versus Wade and any reasonable person looking at the Alabama law, which say that it violates row, and therefore it will be struck down by the lower courts NPR's, Nina, totenberg, reporting abortion rights advocates say they're planning to file a legal challenge to block the band. Meanwhile, in Ohio, the American Civil Liberties union and. Planned Parenthood have filed a lawsuit challenging that state's six week ban on abortion, the so-called Harvey Bill would prohibit nearly all abortions after a heartbe can be detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. The law is set to take effect in July, Mississippi, Kentucky and Georgia have passed similar laws. But none of them have taken affect Germany's defense ministry is halting its training operations in Iraq. At Anura sketch reports the move comes amid mounting tensions between the United States and Iran, the German government says that is concerned about a potential military escalation between the US and Iran and has therefore suspended its military training Iraqi troops, according to defence ministry. Spokesman yen's flow stove authorities aware of potentially Ron back to tax, but he added that there was no concrete threats and training operations may resume in the coming. Days Chancellor, Angela Merkel's office said it welcomed any measure. Shire's that support a peaceful solution for NPR news. I'm our scavenge and Berlin. The United Nations is expressing grave concerns about the escalating humanitarian crisis in Yemen as NPR's. Michele Keleman reports. The Saudi led coalition has been fighting Ronnie and back rebels in the country for several years. Just back from Yemen. The UN's emergency relief coordinator says the spectre of famine still looms there. The head of the UN children's fund Henrietta four is telling Security Council members that in her words, fifteen million children in Yemen are asking you to save their lives. Yemen is a test of our humanity. And right now, we are badly failing this test. They're still fighting around a keyboard city, where the UN has been trying to implement a ceasefire in pave the way for wider talks, the US blames Iranian-backed who the rebels for the latest clashes. Michele Kelemen, NPR news, the State Department. Stocks are trading higher on Wall Street. The Dow was up one hundred forty seven point. Points. The NASDAQ up ninety two this is NPR and you're listening to WNYC in New York. I'm Jimmy Floyd a helicopter crashed into the Hudson river about a half an hour ago near the twelfth avenue and thirty fourth street pier. At this time the fire department says there are no injuries. It is unclear whether anyone other than the pilot was on board. We'll have more on this story as updates become available. Though officials have confirmed Lee seven hundred cases of measles in New York state. So far this year people against mandatory vaccination are stepping up their position at us. Oppose him in Rockland county earlier this week hundreds of orthodox Jews attended from as far away as Brooklyn WNYC's..

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"un children" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"un children" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In southern Mozambique. Fairly. They said I was at home with material son when suddenly without warning the water began to enter the house. She told the UN children's agency UNICEF I had no choice but the climate tree. I was alone with my son. Amelia knew her newly extended family announced at a temporary accommodation. They are in good health. Rosetta? Now age nineteen made international headlines after she and her mother Sophia were rescued by helicopter from a tree surrounded by floodwater. So FIA said the birth was very, very painful. I bet she said, I was crying screaming. Sometimes I thought the baby was coming and other times I thought it was because a hunger a lot of people lost everything in the floods. But I gained something that's beautiful. So in an interview with the BBC Rosetta says that promises of a government scholarship at a paid trip to America, courtesy of the US government had all gone unfulfilled. Is that my studies have always been financed by my mom I ever received anything from the government mummy's. Mommy. The government built a house for us. But it is no longer. Good condition when it rains, there are leaks in the house, at least they should help renovate it. Okay. So she's sword. I don't blame her and she's probably both literally and figuratively. But said give birth in a tree. Now, you know, we've been talking and I'm on to blame I'm to blame. Because I see these stories of Americans Wien weenies, and I will bring up to you. How some of us are Wheaties. And I think I need to stop that. Okay. I think. I don't think we need to talk about how some of us are real big weenies. Okay. But when you see what other people are doing in other countries. And I am sure an American woman. Would you know, remove the the khakis and give birth up in a tree if they had to I'm sure they would. We just kind have this this. I don't know stereotype that we would it be able to handle ourselves when the going gets tough. And she did exactly what you should you got another kid. You got you got a baby that another baby on the way flooding you do what you have to do. And she didn't. Luckily, God was what they're in Vevey came out fine. And nobody fell out of the tree. That's one hell of a tree. I mean that tree what have to really I there's well, you know, what actually cut the big of actually I think Mike if he would've been easier. If I wasn't a tree there was nothing to grab onto an hold and position yourself and pull ahead to like hold onto my husband or the nurse and almost break the nurse's hand, God bless, nurses, the nurses are maisy. But imagine a tree that I wonder if the baby would come out easier, and maybe we need to study that giving birth in a tree..

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"un children" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"un children" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"But today feels like a significant step forward in the pursuit of Justice for the hinge. Mcpeek reporting from Bangladesh, cholera cases in Yemen, have been slashed new system that predicts wear. Outbreaks will occur. The results come as the UN says, it's concerned about a possible third wave of the dynamic, the system Abel's aid workers to focus efforts on prevention several weeks in advance outbreak, blind monitoring, rainfall as science, correspondent pilot gauche. It was only last year that aid agencies were warning of the worst cholera outbreak on record with more than a million suspected cases in Yemen. At least two thousand people died. Many of them children in a matter of months. There appears to have been a dramatic turnaround a new system that predicts where outbreaks likely to occur four weeks in advance is sort of help reduce cases by up to ninety five percent. The system works by combining rainfall forecasts produced by the metal face with a computer motor, which draws on a variety of local information such. The population density access to clean water and seasonal temperatures. A map of predicted outbreaks. His passed onto the UN's children's charity UNICEF, which uses it to deploy its limited resources on the ground. It distributes hygiene kits, Jerry cans and chlorine tablets to prevent the spread of the disease. Most importantly, it runs local health education campaigns. The initiative has been coordinated by Britain's department for international development. It's chief scientific advisor professor,.

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"un children" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on 1A

"Near damascus syrian jets have been dropping bombs more than three hundred people are dead many of them very small children the united nations secretary general antonio gu dentist described the death and devastation that has engulfed eastern gutis since sunday as hell on earth who has joined france in calling for an immediate humanitarian truce i am deeply saddens by the terrible suffering of the civilian population in eastern gouta fought under thousand people that leave in hell on earth meanwhile the un children's fund unicef theft took the unprecedented step on tuesday of releasing a more or less blank statement to express its outrage at the mass casualties the statement read quote no words will do justice to the children killed their mothers their fathers and their loved ones unquote nazi yusef are we reaching a point at which we we acknowledge that president assad bus charlotte sod has won the syria conflict is very complex there are a lot of proxies but at what point do we just kind of call this over while let me start by saying i think google will take weeks if not months to be resolved this is something that we seen and other cities like eastern aleppo most recently there are fewer cities that are under rebel control so in that regard he is certainly closer than he was a year ago data and it liberal the two major ones that come to mind in addition eastern gouda that said in the area that these battles are happening now this has been a rebelheld area that has put up with aggressive assaults by the regime for years and years has proven to be incredibly resilient and if one believes as many do that this is a sort of starve or surrender assault happening on civilians it will be blockbyblock battle.

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"un children" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on KOMO

"The home of the huskies komo news it's 542 aaa traffic two minutes away imagine being eighteen years old and being the face of on cereal boxes one olympian says that's pretty cool here's abc's alex stone and pyongyang's he made out of one an individual medal here but nathan jan tells abc news at least these on cornflakes boxes now such a great feeling to the other sarah box resolute okayed going down like with all these idols is an incredible the now think that i had one of japan's first do performances here were shaky he says eighteen years old years plenty of time left the 2020 to is not that far away he's thinking about the next olympics alex stone abc news beyond chang the us and uk are in talks about what to do with two men from west london who were detained in syria last month on suspicion of terrorist activity these are your world headlines from abc news british home secretary amboro what we're looking at is making sure that they do face justice they to face the full force of the law for that terrible crimes hutu are suspected of being members of an isis zelda killed western hostages israeli police have named the two associates of prime minister netanyahu who have been arrested for their suspected role in a wideranging corruption probe gas to further pall of suspicion over the long time israeli leader the un children's agency is singled out pakistan as the riskiest country for newborns saying that out of every thousand children born in the country 46 die at birth and parts of new zealand have declared an emergency is a powerful storm hit causing flooding and forcing some to evacuate their homes i'm tom rivers abc news foreign desk he loaned if you live near joy base lewis according to worry fearsome some loud booms over the next few days the bases deducting mortar treading today through friday should be wrapped up by 930 on friday night's and ever building officials have deming a century old apartment structure is too dangerous for tenants owners bought the broadway station apartments in september they say they planned renovations the everett herald those as they were unaware of the extent of the problems around into unexpected hurdles with permitting utter state law the building orders are responsible for compensating tenets after their relocation costs time has died 44 and a new washington post poll talks about the need for gun control.

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"un children" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Kartha was given a one year extension makes a 2019 season that didn't want the lame duck coach situation and in their offensive coordinator was fired to go with their d coordinator last week pete carroll is coming back he's going to coach interesting 2018 all pete's cobbler each com there was the rumors that he was going to bail or retire i should say because he's he is the oldest coach in the nfl he is if you didn't reapply like highlighted it i like that you're you're thugs he's gonna bail well here's the thing kind of has a history of thinking should we knew of bailed on a team that was chapter those fires edited into the dumpster un children's again that's a sticks with yeah he's the guy on the titanic who no around in those boat the address and the oneway guys like oh well let me care page pizza gales alert but i would not have shocked me if he felt that the seahawks were trouble because they're they're going to need some trouble on the defensive side of the ball yeah angering out contracts and if you're not wrong you are not wrong i the broncos are keeping their offensive coordinator in place bill must grave uh he's going to stay he's going to stay there and they got to find a quarterback too all right i think it's time you guys ready what for the body the 2017 floatie awardwinners brought to you by the fantasy footballers ban and black spirits.

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"un children" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Rescue workers k the wreckage of a wooden huts obliterated by a landslide in northern mindanao is volunteers dig with their bare hands could there's only despair for those watching is that life is child is pulled from the mud the flooding was so powerful it brought down trees and sweat boulders onto roads dozens of bodies were recovered from a swollen river disaster officials said many people had ignored warnings to leave coastal areas and riverbanks il all ma houses were getting flooded said this local resident but people got trapped by the strong waters and couldn't escape they were swept away all one hundred thirty house hefty tolba rescue erica vic mao said many houses had been destroyed by the floods solving dr flash flopped off of us we have 95 relief information it up centre not that affect andrew morris of the un children's agency unicef said three hundred and fifty thousand people in the worst affected area had already been forced to leave their homes because of recent fighting between government troops and islamic militants and they needed urgent help in this situation there beat wrists for children risks all outbreaks of diarrhoea waterborne diseases the sanitation situation in those affected areas in north mindanao have been particularly bought and this has hadn't wrists the philippines is hit by about twenty typhoons each year around fifty people were killed in another deadly storm just last week in its latest disaster as before it is the poorest who have suffered most of the conway reporting venezuela has expelled the brazilian ambassador to caracas and canada's sean j defferre the announcement was made by the head of venezuela's powerful constituent assembly they'll seat rodriguez.

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"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of those stories is the war in yemen western journalists have been almost completely shut out of covering that country making it even harder to report refer fresher who the rebels captured the capital in 2015 saudi arabia jumped in to support the government claiming that the who 'this were supported by its regional rival iran and all of this has created a disastrous situation for civilians endures ruth sherlock recently gained rare access inside the country in joints now ruth thanks for being with us thank he what is this war dundee yemen which have like for the people who live there every day it's absolutely eight devastating and the un's children's agency unicef is now cooling this the world's worst humanitarian crisis and the saying that this place is on the cusp of one of the largest famines and modern history to explain that a bit more that means four hundred thousand children and now suffering from acute malnutrition and the same some of them at risk of death some have already diet as these awful images coming out of yemen of skeletal children struggling for breath and the thing that makes this all the harder to understand is that this famine is manmade that's because yemen relies overwhelmingly on imports for its food about ninety sense but these have been hampered by blockades imposed during the war and that's pushed the prices higher so the strange thing is that when i was that you could see food in the markets but the problem is that for many families they just can't afford to buy it what about the war how many people are left killed we'll that's hard to say exactly partly because these statistics are so hard to gather yemen is a very poor country and it's a place of sprawling desert send impenetrable mountain ranges so there aren't good information networks the un there says the over five thousand civilians have been killed in the last two and a half years in the war and that's really intensified there's numbers of really increased since the saudi arabia led coalition got involved it's hard to understand from the outside how terrifying life is under these as strikes i met lots of civilians wounded by mines and bullets but the part of yemen i was in was on the prosaudi side so that meant that i didn't really see.

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"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tacky is due to go on trial later accused of membership of a terrorist organisation prosecute claimed the tenant collect belongs to a group linked to fertility lend the us based preacher accused of masterminding last year's attempted coup in tacky a court in pakistan has issued arrest warrants for the former prime minister nawaz sharif in two cases of alleged corruption his lawyer said the warrants issued were bailable which means he could avoid arrest if he filed spain applications on time he's pleaded not guilty the lower house of the brazilian congress has voted to reject corruption charges filed by prosecutors against president michel temer the cases linked to bribes allegedly paid by meat packing company in august his allies in congress threw out a separate bribery charge katie watson is in sao paulo emotions run hi as the lawmakers cast their votes mr tama is deeply unpopular nevertheless the expectation was he would survive the vote and he has michelle time as efforts to win over influential lawmakers have paid off and that means the corruption investigations against him will be put on hold until he steps down as president but it does take away from the fact that his administration is mired in corruption scandals some argue he'll now be a lameduck president the un children's agency has said that africa will need eleven million more doctors nurses and teachers by 2030 to keep pace with the continent's booming child population a unicef report projects that the number of african children will increase by one hundred and seventy million over the next thirteen years new security measures affecting flights into the united states coming into effect they include enhanced screening of passengers and electric devices about two thousand commercial flights a day from more than one hundred countries will be affected that's the latest bbc news welcome to the inquiry on the bbc.

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"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"His experiences with npr's affiliate quit starter good morning good morning good morning covering how will you live fine thank you how way you young hustler table is brighteyed and polite and he's learning english he's probably around six but he doesn't know his age fish oil and there's no formula here to tell us this young boys face crump polls and his eyes clouded over and went up with tears when he tells me he the two both is a cousin and his mother or abducted and his father was killed by boko had in northeast nigeria for his own safety we are not saying the boy's name or way he comes from allahu akbar one little fool the memories nickamed that he's a courageous fully and continues with his whole deal is sold the young boy picks up historians has often think killed his father will or holum took them to the bush to a school in at that age it was a khurana school they were there for what he remembers is about a year then he bottle and cousin decided to sneak out in the middle of the night and that's how they escaped and reached a village where they were found by the nigerian military let daddy gale the brothers were taken to the main bags in may to the regional the full and held in military custody for interrogation and investigation for many months says this survival of vocal hatem captivity still horrified he describes how rolling tom with the military and says former captives while halted imbed does into small homes it will stay fleeing halt and babies will die haber members and again his face crises in into near tears at the memories as he you miss any follows his crawl to stop cry the young boy was released into the care of kaufman social workers at a rehabilitation centre supported by the eu un children's agency unicef said adding hold losses and organize activities to trying to keep the.

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"un children" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"un children" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"We just make ends meet the divide between rich and poor unfortunately only gets expose weight of worst kinds of disasters history teaches us that that's the only way way we can actually oscar change the crisis coincides with a slew of reports highlighting poverty in breaking the un children's agency unicef says britain has some of the highest levels of hunger and depravation amongst the world's richest nations it claims that one in three british children experience poverty in terms of food clothing and social activities the housing charity shelter wounds a million families could be made homeless by 2020 volunteers of this food bank in the heart of london but taking delivery of donations he will help sustain fifty people the food bank charity trust little trust is reporting today that four in five of its clients a going hungry for days at a time a big great advice on upward can at benefits benefit to lives but next a scrape are low income and these people who are just managing and one crisis a cancel day's work on an additional bell a sick child any of those issues can tip them into desperately needing more assistance dr yusef lg of general practitioner an author whose campaigned against cuts in the national health service believes that britain's political tide is turning irrevocably prosperity kills this terrible tragedy with the crime for tower fire has unfortunately become this grim monument this rather costly memorial for the conservative government's austerity regime of massive cuts to public spending to tune of public services.

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"un children" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WRVA

"And it comes from her democrats hate me all day tell you and i think the president should be doing you start as i said on one of the shows this morning with a good night sleep house minority leader nancy pelosi also questions president trump's fitness for office as democrats suggest fired fbi director james comey's testimony might have laid out a case for obstructing the russian investigation pelosi's as the president strategy dealing with colmey was charm fully abandoned symbol of the president's reacting to the komi testimony on twitter of course walks with john decker live at the white house the president retweeting the legal opinion of harvard law professor alan dershowitz who wrote we should stop talking about obstruction of justice no plausible case we must distinguish crimes from political since this tweet coming hours after the president wrote despite so many false statements and lies total and complete vindication and well colmey is a leaker meanwhile a complaint against james comey for leaking his notes will be filed by the president's personal lawyer with the doj inspector general and the senate judiciary committee dave john the president is just tweeted congratulations to house republicans for passing a bill to repeal major parts of the doddfrank regulations put in place after the two thousand eight financial crisis democrats say it's a dangerous wall street i agenda it's another record day for stocks the dow we don't alltime high of one hundred points the nasdaq and s p five hundred also hit new highs britain's prime minister sir she's forming a new coalition government not giving in the calls to resign this government will guide the country through the crucial brexit's tool theresa may after the election she called for didn't go she held following recent terror attacks our fellow conservatives lost a majority in parliament but she still has more seats than any other party tuesdays and of the us backed syrian rebel operation of dr isis some of the socalled islamic state capital on syria the un children's agencies warned the fight frightens the lives of forty thousand children and raka with airstrikes fox news.

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"un children" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WRVA

"And it comes from a democrats kick me all day tell you and i think the president should be doing you start and as i said on one of the shows this morning with a good night sleep house minority leader nancy pelosi also questions president trump's fitness for office as democrats just fired fbi director james comey's testimony might have laid out a case for obstructing the russian investigation pelosi's as the president strategy dealing with colmey was charm boley abandoned sealed of the president's reacting to the komi just the morning on twitter of with john decker live at the white house the president retweeting a legal opinion of harvard law all professor alan dershowitz who wrote we should stop talking about obstruction of justice no plausible case we must distinguish crimes from political since this tweet coming hours after the president wrote despite so many false statements and lies total and complete vindication and well colmey is a leaker meanwhile a complaint against james comey for leaking his notes will be filed by the president's personal lawyer with the doj inspector general and the senate judiciary committee dave john the president is just tweeted congratulations to house republicans for passing a bill to repeal major parts of the doddfrank regulations put in place after the two thousand eight financial crisis democrats say it's a dangerous wall street firm i agenda it's another record day for stocks the dow hit an alltime high of one hundred points the nasdaq and s p five hundred also hit new highs britain's prime minister sir she's forming a new coalition government not giving in the calls to resign this government will guide the country through the crucial brexit's tool theresa may after the election she called for didn't go she held following recent terror attacks our fellow conservatives lost a majority in parliament but she still has more seats than any other party tuesdays and of the us backed syrian rebel operation of dr isis some of the socalled islamic state capital on syria the un children's agencies warned the fight frightens the lives of forty thousand children and raka with airstrikes fox news.

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"un children" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WLOB

"One of the shows this morning with a good night sleep house minority leader nancy pelosi also questions president trump's fitness for office as democrats suggest fired fbi director james comey stressed amani might have laid out a case for obstructing the russian investigation pelosi says the president strategy dealing with colmey was charm boley abandon sealed of the president's reacting to the gummy does the morning on twitter of course fox's john decker live at the white house the president retweeting the legal opinion of harvard law professor alan dershowitz who wrote we should stop talking about obstruction of justice no plausible case we must distinguish crimes from political since this tweet coming hours after the president roh despite so so many false statements and lies total and complete vindication and well colmey is a leaker meanwhile a complaint against james kill me for leaking his notes will be filed by the president's personal lawyer with the doj inspector general and the senate judiciary committee dave john of residence just tweeted congratulations to house republicans for passing of a bill to repeal major parts of the god frank regulations put in place after the two thousand eight financial crisis democrats say it's a dangerous wall street i agenda so the record day for stocks the dow hit an alltime high of one hundred points the nasdaq and sp five hundred also hit new highs britain's prime minister sir she's forming a new coalition government not giving in the calls to resign this government will guide the country through the crucial brexit's tool theresa may after the election she called for didn't go as she held following recent terror attacks our fellow conservatives lost a majority in parliament but she still has more seats than any other party just days in the us backed syrian rebel operation of dr isis out of the socalled islamic state capital on syria the un children's agencies warned the fight for threatens the lives of forty thousand children and raka with airstrikes fox news.

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"un children" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"un children" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"For office as democrats suggest fired fbi director james comey testimony might have laid out a case for obstructing the russian investigation pelosi says the president strategy dealing with colmey was charm fully abandon seal of the president's reacting to the gummy does the morning on twitter of corresponds john decker live at the white house the president retweeting the legal opinion of harvard law professor alan dershowitz who wrote we should stop talking about obstruction of justice no plausible case we must distinguish crimes from political since this tweet coming hours after the president wrote despite so many false statements and lies total and complete vindication and well colmey is leaker meanwhile a complaint against james comey for leaking his notes will be filed by the president's personal lawyer with the doj inspector general and the senate judiciary committee dave john of resonance just tweeted congratulations to house republicans for passing a bill to repeal major parts of the doddfrank regulations put in place after the two thousand eight financial crisis democat let's say it the dangerous wall street i agenda so the record day for stocks the dow hit an alltime high of one hundred points the nasdaq and s p five hundred also hit new highs britain's prime minister so she's forming a new coalition government not giving in the calls to resign this government will guide the country through the crucial brexit's tool theresa may after the election she called for i didn't go as she home following recent terror attacks our fellow conservatives lost a majority in parliament but she still has more seats than any other party tuesdays and in the us backed syrian rebel operation of dr isis some of the socalled islamic state capital on syria the un children's agencies warned the fight for it in the lives of forty thousand children and raka with airstrikes fox news.

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