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    Millions Around the World Face Sever Famine As Acute Hunger Rises Globally

    Geneva — The World Food Program warns tens of millions of people, mainly in Africa, are teetering on the brink of famine because of...

    G7 devt. finance institutions, others to invest $80bn into African businesses

    By Temitope Ponle Abuja, June 14, 2021 The G7 Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) have announced a commitment to invest $80 billion dollars in Africa’s private...

    World Bank projects 5.6% growth for global economy

    Abuja, June 8, 2021 The global economy is expected to grow at 5.6 per cent in 2021, although many emerging market and developing...

    Saint Nicholas raises $95M to rebuild church destroyed on 9/11

    Non-Profit Organization Has Raised $8.5M in the Past Two Months, Including Twenty-Five $100K Donations New York, NY – June 2, 2021 – Yesterday, His Eminence...

    EU military mission to Mozambique may be operating in months, bloc says

    The European Union could have a military training mission in place in Mozambique within several months, the bloc's foreign policy chief said on Friday,...

    UK’s daily COVID-19 cases rise to 4,182 with 10 new deaths

    Britain reported 4,182 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, up from 3,542 the day before, and 10 new deaths within 28 days of a...

    UK PM acted unwisely over home refurbishment but no conflict of interest-report

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson "unwisely" allowed a refurbishment of his residence to proceed without more rigorous consideration of how it would be funded...

    French policewoman stabbed by ex-prisoner on potential threat watch list

    A radicalised French ex-prisoner on a watch list of potential terrorist threats stabbed a policewoman inside her station in western France on Friday and...

    U.S. calls for immediate release of American journalist in Myanmar

    The United States said on Friday it was deeply concerned by the detention of a U.S. citizen who was working as a journalist in...

    WHO to issue findings on Congo sexual abuse investigation by end August

    The World Health Organization, facing pressure from donors, said an independent investigation into allegations of sexual abuse in Democratic Republic of Congo against WHO...

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