UN Environment and World Health Organization agree to major collaboration on environmental health risks

Nairobi–UN Environment and the World Health Organization have agreed a new, wide-ranging collaboration to accelerate action to curb environmental health risks that cause an estimated 12.6 million deaths a year. Today in Nairobi, Mr. Erik Solheim, head of UN Environment, and Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO, signed an agreement to step up joint

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Ethiopia, Sudan consolidate bilateral relations

Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs delivered a message to President of UN Security Council Kazakhstan to renew its demand for the Halayeb and Shalaten areas to be joined to Sudanese territory. Sudan, which has been raising the issue since 1958, asked for circulating the message to the UN Security Council’s members and that they deal

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White House corrects DACA meeting transcript

Even the White House stenographers couldn’t keep up with all the back and forth, it seems. The White House office charged with transcribing all of Donald Trump’s public remarks corrected on Wednesday the transcript of the President’s freewheeling, hour-long immigration meeting with Republican and Democratic lawmakers a day earlier after omitting a key portion of

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Darfur refugee team meets with Save the Dream

The Darfur refugee football team visited the International Centre for Sport Security headquarters in Doha this week to meet with senior officials and international experts from Save the Dream – the global non-profit movement that aims to promote and protect sports values in young people around the world. Comprising players and officials from different tribes

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S. Sudan hopes to use national unity day to rally for peace

A South Sudanese senior official said on Wednesday that they hope the upcoming National Unity Day (NUD) will help create purpose of unity in the war-torn country. Nadia Arop, the Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture said the third annual NUD will fall on January 27 and will be led by the First Vice President

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South Sudan Hopes Sports Can Promote Peace

South Sudan’s government is trying to promote cohesion and unity in the war-torn nation through a sports competition. South Sudan’s Culture, Youth and Sports minister said Wednesday the government will transport hundreds of youths to Juba from across the country to take part in nine days of sports activities. The competition begins Jan. 27 and

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Qatar & Sudan sign MoU for cooperation in public prosecution

Khartoum: Qatar and Sudan signed here yesterday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for cooperation in the field of public prosecution to exchange information on laws, regulations, provisions and criminal justice systems, as well as to cooperate in the field of training of prosecutors. Signed by Qatar’s Attorney-General H E Dr Ali bin Fetais Al Marri

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