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UN agencies set to receive 200,000 refugees in Sudan after the fled from violence in Ethiopia in the last six-month.
Since government troops started a war in the northern Tigray state of Ethiopia, hundreds, possibly thousands of lives have been lost.
Thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes. Some in an overcrowded boat to Sudan.
In a Geneva briefing, Axel Bisschop said "together with all the agencies we have built a response plan for about 20,000 people and currently we are at about 31,000 so it has already surpassed that figure. The new planning figure is around 200,000."
UN agencies are seeking $50 million in immediate funding which will go towards providing food and setting up new camps.
In any conflict it is the common man or the civilian who gets hit, and hurt or killed, the most. Almost nine years of civil war in Syria have left more than 380,000 people dead, including over 115,000 civilians. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed arrived in the Sudanese capital on Friday to broker talks between the ruling generals and protest leaders after a deadly crackdown by security forces this week.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday called on Sudan’s military rulers and protest groups to go back to the negotiating table and quickly reach a deal on handing over power to a civilian-led government.
The FAHR on Wednesday announced the launch of smart screens, signboards and real-time reports on the developments of the epidemiological situation of COVID-19 at the federal government level.
“I declined to answer the questions under the rights and privileges afforded to every citizen under the United States Constitution,” Trump said in a statement.
The cronyism, press muzzling, peril and horrors of the 20-year Martial Law in the Philippines from September 21, 1972, heavily shrouded the idealist rebirth of a nation and 36 years after the Romualdez-Marcos clan was ousted on February 25, 1986 through the historic peaceful People Power, that “bad taste in the mouth,” have yet to be expelled.