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ICJ begins genocide hearing against Israel, as bombing of Gaza continues

The UN has also raised alarm over the lack of aid deliveries to Gaza, warning that blocking aid and medical supplies could force the remaining three operational hospitals to close

Israeli war on Gaza continues for 76th consecutive day, death toll over 20,000

Israeli forces reportedly leveled a cemetery and executed 11-12 unarmed men after separating them from their families, shocking international community

Israel continues bombardment of Gaza as UNSC delays ceasefire vote

The death toll in Gaza is likely to breach the 20,000 mark, with more than 53,000 wounded as Israeli airstrikes and ground shelling continue to strike all parts of Gaza with little regard to civilian casualties

After two months of genocidal war and more than 19,000 dead, Israel attempts to normalize the unspeakable

Over 52,000 Palestinians have been injured in the Israeli bombardment and ground attacks, as Israeli forces target densely populated areas

One month of Israel’s genocidal bombing of Gaza

Israel’s war on Gaza completed a month on Monday without any prospect of an early end as Israel ignores repeated calls for a ceasefire

UN authorizes Kenyan-led military intervention in Haiti

The multinational security force will collaborate with Haitian National Police to conduct “targeted operations” to allegedly combat gang violence

Six months of war between Sudan’s security forces has cost thousands of lives and displaced millions

With over 5.3 million displaced, the war which began on April 15 between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces enters its sixth month with no resolution in sight, as the UN warns of further escalation.

Brazilian government must develop ‘new cooperation’ with Haiti

Camille Chalmers highlighted the negative legacy of MINUSTAH for the country

Sub-Saharan migrants Tunisia Tunisia deports hundreds of sub-Saharan migrants across the border to Libya

Human rights group have expressed concern over the migrants’ safety and health in the border areas where they face multiple risks including physical and sexual violence

Rohingya refugess Cox Bazar Bangladesh UN experts condemn second round of food aid cut for Rohingya refugees

The cut will affect approximately 1 million Rohingya refugees living in camps in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar

Afghanistan, Myanmar, and Pakistan are among global ‘Hunger Hotspots’

A report by the World Food Program identifies 18 hunger hotspots across 22 countries where acute food insecurity is expected to increase in the period from June to November 2023. 15.3 million people are at risk of high acute food insecurity in Afghanistan

Afghan hunger poverty UN report As UN ‘reviews’ its presence in Afghanistan, its people continue to suffer from growing hunger and poverty

The ‘Afghanistan Socio-Economic Outlook 2023’ report released by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Tuesday, April 18, highlights the impact of cuts in international aid to Afghanistan since the Taliban took over power in the country