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  1. 1,000 DaysAfghan Girls' Voices Campaign Enters Second Phase

    - Inter Press Service

    NAIROBI, Jun 13 (IPS) - The global community is marking a tragic milestone for human rights, children's rights, and girls' rights, as it has been 1,000 days since girls were banned from attending secondary school in Afghanistan. The ban has wiped out decades’ worth of education and development gains, as approximately 80 percent of school-aged Afghan girls and young women are out of school.

  2. UN, World Leaders Ramp Up Plans for Gaza Ceasefire and Recovery

    - Inter Press Service

    UNITED NATIONS, Jun 13 (IPS) - This week has seen noteworthy steps from the international community to put an end to the ongoing hostilities in the Gaza Strip since the start of the hostilities between Hamas and Israel.

  3. African Activists Call on the West to Finance Climate Action

    - Inter Press Service

    BONN, Jun 13 (IPS) - As the technical session of the global climate negotiations enters the final stretch in Bonn, Germany, climate activists from Africa have expressed fears that negotiators from the developed world are dragging their feet in a way to avoid paying their fair share to tackle the climate crisis.

  4. Haiti: UN chief welcomes new government amid ongoing challenges

    - UN News

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    UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Thursday welcomed the swearing in of Haiti’s new Government, urging stakeholders to continue making progress towards restoring democratic institutions through elections.

  5. World News in Brief: Ukraine attacks continue, education in Africa, Albinism update

    - UN News

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    The UN humanitarian coordinator for Ukraine Denise Brown on Thursday said she was ‘appalled’ by the scale of Russia’s overnight attack on Kryviy Rih City in the Dnipro Region.

  6. Security Council demands end to siege of El Fasher in Sudan

    - UN News

    The UN Security Council adopted a resolution on Thursday that calls for the paramilitary Rapid Security Forces (RSF) in Sudan to halt their siege on El Fasher, capital of North Darfur state.

  7. UN envoy warns Yemenis not to return to the battlefield

    - UN News

    After months of relative stability in Yemen between Government and Houthi forces, a return to all-out war is looking inevitable unless the current escalation in violence is halted, the top UN envoy for the country said on Thursday.

  8. Taliban assault on women’s rights continues in Afghanistan

    - UN News

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    It has been almost three years since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan and women’s rights continue to be under attack.

  9. UN reports ‘shocking’ rise in violations against children in conflict in 2023

    - UN News

    Violence against children caught in armed conflict reached “extreme levels” last year, with a “shocking” 21 per cent increase in extreme violations, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in a report published on Thursday.

  10. Gaza: 8,000 children diagnosed with malnutrition amid ongoing shelling

    - UN News

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    Heavy shelling reported in the so-called safe zone of Al-Mawasi in southern Gaza on Thursday came despite the ongoing international push for a ceasefire and as the UN health agency reported 32 deaths from malnutrition “including 28 among children under five years old”.

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