UNHCR / SOUTH SUDAN SUDANESE REFUGEES GRANDI

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi calls for peace as continued conflict in Sudan has pushed hundreds of thousands of people into South Sudan, adding pressure on the limited resources of a country struggling to recover from years of civil war. UNHCR
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UN / PEOPLE'S CLIMATE VOTE

UN Development Programme's Global Director for Climate Change Cassie Flynn said, “People are unafraid of bold climate policies.” UNIFEED
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OHCHR / NICARAGUA HUMAN RIGHTS

The human rights situation in Nicaragua remains gravely concerning, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Nada Al-Nashif said on Thursday in a statement to the Human Rights Council in Geneva. OHCHR
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UN / CYBERSECURITY

UN Secretary-General António Guterres said, “The rule of law must exist in the digital sphere as it does in the physical world.” UNIFEED
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SOUTH SUDAN / NADIANGERE SECURITY ASSESSMENT

A team of UN peacekeepers and local authorities arrived in the South Sudanese community of Nadiangere to assess the security situation and hear first-hand what challenges the community is facing. Residents say that they are lacking basic services such as education, health, and security facilities. This scarcity has been compounded by the arrival of internally displaced persons who have fled the recent outburst of intercommunal violence in Tambura. UNMISS
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GAZA / DISPLACED FAMILIES

In Gaza, this year's Eid al-Adha period was not a joy for many Gazans, but rather a moment of grief and reminiscence over the loss of loved ones. Mohammed Hani and Ibrahim Ouda are displaced people from Gaza who have lost many of their loved ones and are currently suffering from the bitterness of repeated displacement. UN NEWS
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UNIFIL / LEBANON SPECIAL COORDINATOR VISIT

On her first visit to United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon (UNIFIL) headquarters in Naqoura, UN Special Coordinator Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert met with UNIFIL Force Commander and Head of Mission Lt. Gen. Aroldo Lázaro and with UNIFIL peacekeepers deployed in south Lebanon. UNIFIL
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UNFPA / ZAMBIA DROUGHT RESPONSE

Zambia is on the frontlines of the climate emergency, experiencing frequent droughts, floods and heat waves. The country is currently in the grips of the driest agricultural season in more than 40 years. Crops have been wiped out, livestock have died, and poverty and food insecurity are deepening. Around 9.8 million people in 84 of Zambia’s 166 districts are affected – and 6.6 million people in the country need immediate humanitarian assistance. UNFPA
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OHCHR / TURK HRC INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE

The UN Human Rights Council held an interactive dialogue on Thursday with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk following his global update to the Council. OHCHR / UNTV CH
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UNHCR / SUDAN GRANDI VISIT

On his second visit to Sudan since the outbreak of war last year, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi warned today that without concerted peace efforts, many more people will flee the brutal war in Sudan and into neighbouring countries. UNHCR
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UN / SMALL ARMS LIGHT WEAPONS

High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, Izumi Nakamitsu, said, “Forty-five percent of all violent deaths globally, actually all committed by small arms and in conflict affected places, this figure is actually doubled in terms of the impact of those weapon systems. This means actually every two minutes someone is killed by small arms.” UNIFEED
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