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Year-old peace agreement must be implemented for ‘lasting peace’ in Central African Republic
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Thursday, 13 February 2020
Year-old peace agreement must be implemented for ‘lasting peace’ in Central African Republic
Following a visit to the Central African Republic, a UN independent expert said that everyone must take all measures necessary to effectively implement the peace agreement that was signed in Bangui a year ago.Read Full Article ...
 
Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative
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Thursday, 13 February 2020
Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative
Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in the West A...
 
Transitional justice processes critical to lasting peace, Security Council hears
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Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Transitional justice processes critical to lasting peace, Security Council hears
For countries to move forward after conflict or mass atrocities, suffering must be acknowledged and justice served, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights t...
 
UN underlines need for dialogue to resolve Israel-Palestine conflict
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Tuesday, 11 February 2020
UN underlines need for dialogue to resolve Israel-Palestine conflict
Rising tensions and instability across the globe, particularly in the Middle East, underscore the need to resolve the decades-long conflict between Israelis an...
 
Libya’s cities left ‘re-contaminated’ by months of fighting, warn landmine clearance experts
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Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Libya’s cities left ‘re-contaminated’ by months of fighting, warn landmine clearance experts
Ongoing hostilities in Libya have left numerous cities severely “re-contaminated” with unexploded ordnance, threatening schools, universities and hospitals, th...
 
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