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At Security Council, UN envoy says Libyan parties must come together, make 'final push' for peace

28 August, 2015

New York, Aug 27 (RDI IBNS) With the United Nations-supported political dialogue process in Libya nearing its last stages, "time is running out" for leaders on all sides and at all levels to make the "final push," the head of the UN Mission in the country (UNSMIL) told the Security Council today.
Sierra Leone begins 42-day countdown to be declared free of Ebola virus transmission - UN health agency

27 August, 2015

New York, Aug 27 (RDI IBNS) Sierra Leone on Wednesday began its countdown to be declared by the World Health Organization as free of Ebola virus transmission as the West African nation's President described the release of the last patient treated for the disease at a treatment centre as "the beginning of the end of Ebola."
At Security Council, UN envoy says Libyan parties must come together, make 'final push' for peace

27 August, 2015

New York, Aug 27 (RDI IBNS) With the United Nations-supported political dialogue process in Libya nearing its last stages, "time is running out" for leaders on all sides and at all levels to make the "final push," the head of the UN Mission in the country (UNSMIL) told the Security Council today.
With peace deal set to be signed, South Sudanese parties must address 'drivers of conflict,' Security Council told

26 August, 2015

New York, Aug 26 (RDI IBNS): Welcoming the decision by rival parties in South Sudan to convene tomorrow a 'mini-summit,' where the Government, "in the interest of peace," is expected to sign the agreement already endorsed by former Vice-President Riek Machar, the top United Nations official in the country on Tuesday said that the security situation on the ground remains "volatile and tense."
Mauritania: UN expert welcomes new anti-slavery law

23 August, 2015

New York, Aug 22 (RDI IBNS): While applauding the adoption of a new anti-slavery law in Mauritania that doubles, from 10 to 20 years, the maximum prison sentence for slavery crimes and creates special prosecution tribunals for slavery-like practices, a United Nations expert on Friday cautioned that "this welcome development needs to be followed by its full implementation."
UN human rights chief urges end to 'endemic impunity' for violations in Darfur

23 August, 2015

New York, Aug 22 (RDI IBNS): A new United Nations report paints a grim picture of "systemic failure, or outright refusal" by authorities in Darfur to take human rights violations seriously and points to the failure of initiatives taken so far by the Government to combat "endemic impunity."
UN official in Somalia appeals for scaled-up assistance in newly opened areas

23 August, 2015

New York, Aug 22 (RDI IBNS): Just back from an assessment mission in southern regions of Somalia, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for the country has underscored that while relief supplies are reaching the areas “after years of isolation,” much work lay ahead for people to rebuild their lives in the towns of Baardheere and Diinsoor, in the Gedo and Bay regions, respectively.
UN chief urges Burundian President to ‘pursue path of inclusivity and reconciliation’

21 August, 2015

New York, Aug 21 (RDI IBNS): Noting the inauguration on Thursday of Pierre Nkurunziza for his third term as President of Burundi, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged him to “pursue a path of inclusivity and reconciliation,” and reiterated his call on all Burundian stakeholders to undertake a broad and transparent political dialogue.
Central Africa: UN mission to ‘stamp out’ sexual exploitation by peacekeepers

21 August, 2015

New York, Aug 21 (RDI IBNS): Condemning all cases of sexual exploitation and abuse committed by its personnel, the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) on Thursday said that it is determined to “stamp out” this “extremely seriously problem.”
Burundi: Ban condemns assassination of senior army officer amid 'troubling' political violence

19 August, 2015

New York, Aug 18 (RDI IBNS): United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the assassination Burundi’s former Army Chief of Staff, Colonel Jean Bikomagu, who was shot dead by unknown assailants in the capital, Bujumbura, on Aug 15, the second killing of a senior official in the crisis-torn country this month.
UN mission vows full investigation into allegations of abuse by peacekeepers in Central African Republic

19 August, 2015

New York, Aug 18 (RDI IBNS): The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) on Tuesday said that it is determined to investigate fully all allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by its forces in the country and to hold to account perpetrators of such acts.
Guinea-Bissau: Security Council says dialogue key to peaceful resolution of country's crisis

19 August, 2015

New York, Aug 18 (RDI IBNS): Expressing concern over the current political developments in Guinea-Bissau, the United Nations Security Council has called on leaders to seek dialogue and consensus in resolving the crisis in the interest of peace in the country.
Mali: UN mission condemns violations of ceasefire in Kidal region

19 August, 2015

New York, Aug 18 (RDI IBNS): Fighting erupted over the weekend in northern Mali's Kidal region between armed groups, breaking the ceasefire and prompting the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the country, known as MINUSMA, to issue a firm condemnation.
UN human rights office warns Burundi crisis ‘spiralling out of control’

16 August, 2015

New York, Aug 15 (RDI IBNS): The situation in Burundi continues to deteriorate amid ongoing killings, arrests and detentions in the latest post-election turmoil to afflict the country, the United Nations human rights office has reported.
South Sudan: Blockade of aid routes lifted, allowing UN to access conflict-torn areas

16 August, 2015

New York, Aug 15 (RDI IBNS): The United Nations humanitarian wing has reported that the month-long restrictions on the movement of goods by air and river routes in South Sudan have been lifted, allowing delivery of aid supplies in crisis-torn Malakal, and has warned of a “dire situation” as fighting continues.
Mali: UN official urges support for relief efforts amid ongoing crisis

16 August, 2015

New York, Aug 15 (RDI IBNS): Food insecurity in Mali will only grow if national parties fail to commit to peace and stability in the country, the United Nations relief official dealing with Africa’s Sahel region warned on Friday as he urged the international community to remain engaged with the country’s urgent humanitarian needs.
Ban appoints UN official as acting head of mission in Central Africa

16 August, 2015

New York, Aug 15 (RDI IBNS): Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday announced the appointment of Parfait Onanga-Anyanga of Gabon as his Acting Special Representative for the Central African Republic and Head of the United Nations stabilization mission in the country, known as MINUSCA.
Africa one step closer to polio eradication, but more work to be done: UN

13 August, 2015

New York, Aug 13 (RDI IBNS): Africa has made great strides towards eradicating polio but the job remains to be finished through strengthened immunization campaigns and surveillance measures, according to the United Nations.
Central Africa: Ban vows action on allegations of sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers

13 August, 2015

New York, Aug 13 (RDI IBNS): Vowing “decisive action” on reports of sexual exploitation committed by United Nations peacekeepers deployed to the Central African Republic (CAR), Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced that he has accepted the resignation of the head of the UN peacekeeping mission in the country, scheduled a special session of the Security Council on the matter, and pledged the Organization’s commitment to bringing any and all perpetrators of such abuse to justice.
UN envoys urge Burundi Government to forge ‘new path’ through dialogue

13 August, 2015

New York, Aug 13 (RDI IBNS): The Government of Burundi should immediately seize the opportunity for dialogue and forge a “new path,” United Nations and international envoys declared on Wednesday, condemning the wave of recent attacks in the crisis-torn country and urging parties to show “restraint, leadership, and vision.”

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