Monthly Archives: September 2018

S. Sudanese Surgeon to Use Nansen Award to Aid War Victims

Winner of this year’s UNHCR Nansen Award, South Sudanese surgeon, Evan AtarAdaha, says he will use the Award’s $150,000 cash prize to upgrade his ill-equipped hospital, so he can save more lives. Atar will be …

Member States Highlight Complexity of Terrorist Threats, as General Assembly Debate Enters Fifth Day

Speakers Also Cite Diplomatic Breakthroughs in Africa, Korean Peninsula

World leaders underscored the continuing threats of terrorism and cybersecurity while urging protection of valuable principles such as freedom of the press and peaceful electoral processes, …

Announcement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the result of the referendum in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Greece is following closely, albeit from the appropriate distance, the developments in the friendly country of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and remains committed to the Prespa Agreement.

The result of the referendum in …

Cameroon President Launches Campaign on Northern Border

Cameroon president Paul Biya says he has successfully pushed the militant group Boko Haram beyond Cameroon’s borders and urgently needs to be re-elected in the October 7 presidential poll so he can rebuild what was …

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC LEADER APPEALS FOR LIFTING OF UN ARMS EMBARGO

UNITED NATIONS– Addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Central African Republic (CAR) Head of State FaustinTouadera thanked the world body for helping to restore stability in his country, but also called for the complete lifting …