UN mission in Libya calls for ending violence, lawlessness in southern Libya

Libyan Express | Tuesday 11 December 2018 The United Nations Support Mission in Libya on Monday condemned consecutive attacks in southern Libya. “UNSMIL expresses its strong condemnation of Sunday’s consecutive, but unrelated, attacks against civilians and facilities in the South of Libya and calls on the Libyan authorities to take prompt and effective actions against the

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South Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda “at very high risk” of Ebola importation —WHO says

Three countries namely South Sudan, Uganda and Rwanda are “at very high risk” of Ebola importation from an outbreak in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, so says the World Health Organisation (WHO). According to WHO, some 2,000 healthcare and front-line workers in South Sudan are to be offered Ebola vaccines to try to stop any

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Nurturing livelihoods and peace through shared resources in Sudan’s North Darfur

07 DEC 2018 STORY DISASTERS & CONFLICTS Aziza Mohammed Abdallah Mukhtar wears an unassuming smile that does not betray the important role she plays in her Zamzam farming community of nearly 3,000 residents in Sudan’s arid North Darfur State. About four years ago, Aziza was struggling to eke out a living as a tobacco farmer in the

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Improving mutual payments: Sudan ‘presents’ Belarus with another gold mining site

2018.12.1015:02 Belarusian companies will mine gold in Sudan together with local specialists, Alyaksandr Lukashenka said during Monday’s talks with his Sudanese counterpart Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir. The Sudanese side promised to allocate this site to Belarus in the near future, Belarusian Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Minister Andrey Khudyk told journalists. It is located closer to the

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Sudan Pound Slides to Widest Over Official Rate Since Devaluation

December 10, 2018  Reuters KHARTOUM — The Sudanese currency slid to 60 pounds to the dollar on the black market Monday, traders said, increasing the gap with the official rate of 47.5 pounds to its widest since a sharp devaluation two months ago. The growing gap indicates the pound’s official value may have to weaken further,

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