Health Coverage Must Not Ignore Africa’s Elderly

As life expectancy in Sub-Saharan Africa increases steadily, health-care systems in many countries are failing to keep up with the needs of older patients. To ensure that living longer is not a prescription for economic or personal misery, governments must work to extend services to their oldest constituents. My grandmother is 76, and my grandfather

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As Iraq slips from the headlines, humanitarians worry that aid donors are beginning to lose interest

Iraq has defeated so-called Islamic State, its displaced citizens are heading home, and the country is slowly rebuilding after more than three years of war. But barely a year after the liberation of Mosul, millions of Iraqis still depend on aid, and the agencies that provide it say donors are losing interest in funding them.

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Voluntary Return Flights for Sudanese in Libya From Tomorrow

SMC- The Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Karibullah Al-Khader, announced the voluntary return flights for Sudanese in Libya on Tuesday, August 7th. He pointed out that the number of documents extracted for those wishing to return reached 222 documents. Khader said that the Sudanese embassy in Tripoli has started field visits to the accommodation centers of

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Sudan- UAE Engage in Police Cooperation

SMC- Interior Minister, Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamid, has received message from Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior in the United Arab of Emirates (UAE), Sheikh, Saif Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, to strengthening the police cooperation between two countries in verious sectors. The Minister received the Ambassador of UAE to Sudan, Hamad Al-Jinaibi, in presence of

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South Sudan Government and rebels sign peace deal to end five years of civil war

The President of South Sudan and head of the country’s main rebel group have signed a final ceasefire and power-sharing agreement and hailed a new longed-for era of peace in the country. “I call on everyone as a leader of South Sudan that this agreement which we have signed today should be the end of

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