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News in Brief 24 November 2017 – Geneva (AM)


  Rohingya return plan must guarantee their safety: UNHCR The proposed return of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar from Bangladesh must be safe and voluntary amid serious concerns for their security if they go…

24 Nov 2017 / Listen /

News in Brief 23 November 2017 – Geneva (AM)


Philippines urged to stop attacks and killings in anti-drugs campaign The Philippines should investigate killings connected to the state's war on drugs and stop the attacks, UN-appointed rights experts said on Thursday. Three…

23 Nov 2017 / Listen /
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Prepare African youth today to be leaders tomorrow: South Sudan official


If Africa's young people are not supported in becoming the leaders of tomorrow, they will be "detractors" of those…

24 Nov 2017 / Listen /

"Long road to recovery" for Dominica, Barbuda, despite $2 billion pledged

SG surveys damage from Salybia to Roseau

It's going to be a "long road to recovery" for the hurricane-struck Caribbean islands of Dominica and Barbuda, despite…

24 Nov 2017 / Listen /

"Lifesaving role" of UN medical service in South Sudan

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A team of doctors, nurses and technicians plays a "lifesaving role" in South Sudan according to a senior Jordanian…

23 Nov 2017 / Listen /

Teaching students to be "analytical thinkers" thanks to Anne Frank

Presentation showing copies of Anne Frank Diary books in various languages.  (screen grab)

More than 500 students came to UN Headquarters in New York this month to mark the 70th anniversary of the…

23 Nov 2017 / Listen /

Move to block torture tools could be "step forward in civilization"

Security Council meeting - DPKR

An initiative to end the trade in lethal drugs and other tools used for capital punishment or torture has…

23 Nov 2017 / Listen /
Issue of violence against women has "always been relevant" Involving men plays crucial role for women's empowerment, says activist TV actress faces her fears while spotlighting sexual exploitation Poorer states look to power ahead through innovation More protection for human rights defenders, is key "Collective responsibility" key to end migrant slavery
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