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Exodus Is Reaching Critical Mass

Across the Middle East and surrounding African countries, turmoil is raging.  The eyes of the world are watching videos of ethnic and cultural cleansing as it drives thousands of refugees outside of their homes, their cities, or their countries. 558 more words


Billion dollar ivory and gold trade fuelling DR Congo war: UN - Times LIVE

Billion dollar ivory and gold trade fuelling DR Congo war: UN – Times LIVE.

“Militarised criminal groups with transnational links are involved in large-scale smuggling” of “gold, minerals, timber, charcoal and wildlife products such as ivory” of up to $1.3 billion each year from eastern DR Congo, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) said.

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Peter Singhateh

"Mohammad Javad Zarif: A Message From Iran" a Translation for Senator Tom Cotton

TEHRAN (The capital of Iran) — WE made important progress in Switzerland earlier this month. With the five permanent members of the United Nations Group of Countries that Keep the World Safe (also known as China, France, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States) plus Germany, we agreed on rules to remove any doubt about the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program and to lift international limits against Iran. 958 more words


Twin Flames: The Fierce UN-becoming that's essential to shaping your dazzling future

For someOne or someThing to truly blossom into its greatest expression of fullness; to become, a dismantlement process may be required.

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Twin Flames

BBC Reports Suicide Bombing of UN Workers in Somalia

Seven people were killed today in a suicide bombing of a United Nations mini-bus.

The BBC reported that a suicide bomber in Garowe, Somalia attacked a United Nations vehicle this morning killing seven UN workers and injuring at least four more. 122 more words

Bec O'Neal

Police: Bomb Explodes Inside Bus of U.N. Employees in Somalia

(MOGADISHU) — A bomb blast early Monday ripped through a bus carrying U.N. employees in Puntland, a semiautonomous region in northern Somalia that has been relatively free of violence, according to a Somali police official. 166 more words