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Army officers running Zimbabwe mining and fuel cartels, report claims

The influence of the military in Zimbabwean politics is on the ascendancy in politics, economy and government, a report claims..
from Zimbabwe Now on Feb 17, 2020.

South Sudan's Machar rejects President Kiir's peace offer

South Sudan's rebels have rejected a peace offer by President Salva Kiir, including plans to reduce the number of states.
from Aljazeera on Feb 16, 2020.

Children in conflict at highest risk of violence since records began

Wars and conflicts are intensifying and becoming increasingly dangerous for children, according to a new report.
from Save the Children on Feb 13, 2020.

Myanmar urged to end Internet restrictions

Myanmar should lift internet restrictions in Rakhine and Chin states, said said a coalition of 29 organisations in a joint statement today.
from Foirtify Rights on Feb 13, 2020.

Christian Aid welcomes Church of England's 2030 net zero target

Christian Aid has hailed the Church of England’s General Synod decision to set a 2030 date for the institution to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to net zero.
from Christian Aid on Feb 12, 2020.

Egypt's population officially passes 100m

Egypt’s population reached 100 million people on Tuesday, according to the country’s official statistics agency.
from Middle East Eye on Feb 12, 2020.

Trump seeks to halve US funding for WHO as coronavirus rages

The Trump administration is eyeing steep cuts to global health funds in its 2021 budget proposal, slashing more than $3bn in overall programmes.
from Foreign Policy on Feb 11, 2020.

'Will I ever be safe?'

New research shows that the British Government is making asylum-seeking women homeless, hungry and vulnerable to abuse.
from Women for Refugee Women on Feb 11, 2020.

India 'can’t be malnutrition-free by 2022'

India stares at a steeply uphill task in meeting the Sustainable Development Goal on child malnutrition, according to the latest State of India’s Environment report.
from Down to Earth on Feb 10, 2020.

Cameroon votes under tension

Cameroon voted Sunday in polls overshadowed by a partial opposition boycott and separatist violence that has displaced hundreds of thousands of people.
from africa news on Feb 10, 2020.
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