Sunday, October 24, 2021

Nightmare in Ethiopia As Millions Starve

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A1984 Newsweek cover was titled "Africa's Nightmare," describing famine in Ethiopia and other countries. Millions of people were starving to death because of drought and instability....

WHO Recommends Groundbreaking Malaria Vaccine for Children at Risk

Historic RTS,S/AS01 recommendation can reinvigorate the fight against malaria The World Health Organization (WHO) is recommending widespread use of the RTS,S/AS01 (RTS,S) malaria vaccine among...

Taiwan Donates Oxygen Generators to Somaliland

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Taiwan has recently donated a batch of domestically produced oxygen generators to Somaliland, as part of its continued assistance to the self-governing territory in...

Ethiopia Boots Out Top UN Officials for ‘Meddling’

Ethiopia’s government has ordered the expulsion of seven senior United Nations officials from the country for “meddling” in its internal affairs. The move on Thursday...

More Than 50 Women Accuse Aid Workers of Sex Abuse in Congo Ebola Crisis

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They hired you with their eyeballs.’ In interviews, 51 women – many of whose accounts were backed up by aid agency drivers and local NGO...

Kenya: IRC – 2.1 Million Kenyans Face Hunger Due to Drought

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The International Rescue Committee says more than two million Kenyans are facing hunger due to poor rainfall. Kenya's president, Uhuru Kenyatta, declared a national...

President Bihi Bids Somaliland Students on Taiwan Scholarships Adieu

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His Excellency the President of the Republic of Somaliland, today, received at his office students who won scholarships to Taiwan. President Bihi urged the scholarship...

Somaliland Woman’s Influence Felt All Across the World

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A very special woman was in Salt Lake City over the weekend from a far away land. She has brought about incredible change to her...

Somali Women Raise Their Voices in the Nation of Poets

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A childhood encounter with a hyena inspired Hawa Jama Abdi’s first verse. Now she is part of an arts project designed to encourage women...

U.S. to Ease Travel Restrictions for Foreign Visitors who are Vaccinated Against Covid

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The U.S. will ease travel restrictions for international visitors who are vaccinated against Covid-19 in November, including those from the U.K. and EU, the White House...