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Antonio Guterres · Addis Ababa
UN gets $2.4 bln in pledges for Horn of Africa aid efforts
The United Nations received pledges of $2.4 billion on Wednesday to help fund aid operations for some 32 million people across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, but the donationsfell short of what the U.N. was seeking as it warned against a possible "catastrophe."See the Story
42% Center coverage: 19 sources
World Health Organization · Dodoma
Tanzania declares end of deadly Marburg virus outbreak, says WHO
Tanzania has declared the end of its first-ever outbreak of Marburg, a deadly Ebola-like virus with a fatality rate of up to 88%, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 13 sources
New York State Politics · New York
UN extends arms embargo on South Sudan over protests from world’s newest nation and 5 abstentions
A divided U.N. Security Council extended an arms embargo on South Sudan Tuesday over protests from the world’s newest nation and abstentions from Russia, China and the council’s three African nations sympathetic to its demands that sanctions be lifted. See the Story
46% Center coverage: 13 sources
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United Nations · Khartoum
World Food Programme lifts suspension of operations in Sudan
The United Nations' World Food Programme said on Monday it will immediately lift the suspension of its operations in Sudan that was put in place after the tragic deaths of its team member.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 12 sources
Europe · London
Britain begins 'large-scale' evacuation of its nationals from Sudan
The British government said it had launched a large-scale evacuation of its citizens from Sudan on Tuesday, after the North African country's warring factions agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire. Britain said military flights would depart from an airfield outside Khartoum, and would be open to those with British passports.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 23 sources
Evacuations · Khartoum
Governments race to rescue diplomats, citizens from Sudan
U.S. military airlifted embassy officials out of Sudan on Sunday. France and the Netherlands organize evacuations for embassy employees and nationals. More than 400 people, including 264 civilians, have been killed and more than 3,500 have been wounded. The fighting has targeted and paralyzed the country's main international airport.See the Story
55% Center coverage: 68 sources
United Nations · Dakar
West Africa faces acute food shortages with thousands near famine, say UN agencies
Hunger is soaring and spreading across West Africa, with some 48 million people, a 10-year-high, facing food insecurity in the conflict-riddled region, the United Nations warned Tuesday. See the Story
Coverage: 13 sources
Antony Blinken · Washington
US Secretary of State Blinken calls for immediate end to violence in Sudan
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he is deeply concerned about reports of escalating violence in Sudan. Blinken described the situation in Khartoum as "fragile" The Rapid Support Forces said on Saturday it had taken control of the presidential palace, the residence of the army chief.See the Story
Coverage: 21 sources
Middle East · Jerusalem District
Israeli police attack worshippers in Jerusalem's Al Aqsa, Gaza launches rockets at Israel
Israeli police attacked dozens of worshippers in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound before dawn on Wednesday, witnesses said, in what Israeli police said was a response to rioting. See the Story
46% Left coverage: 94 sources