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Environmental Activists Condemn Fiji's Stance on Fukushima

Civil society organizations in Fiji are urging Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka to reevaluate his position regarding Japan’s planned discharge of nuclear-contaminated wastewater from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean. RELATED: Japan’s Fishermen Are Concerned About Nuke Wastewater
August 8, 2023

Germany Bans Neo-Nazi Group Hammerskins

On Tuesday, the Interior Minister (BMI) announced that Germany banned the right-wing extremist group Hammerskins. The ban includes the group’s regional chapters and the sub-organization Crew 38. RELATED: Berlin Can No Longer Accommodate More Refugees “With this ban, we are putting an
September 20, 2023

Libya: Floods Damage 70% Of Infrastructure in Affected Areas

Libya’s Government of National Unity informed on Monday that 70 percent of infrastructure and 95 percent of educational institutions were damaged in the flood-affected areas in eastern Libya. RELATED: UN Envoy Praises Unity of Libyans Against Flood According to Hüseyin Süveydan, head
September 19, 2023

Chinese Vice President Meets With Guterres and Blinken | News

On Monday, Chinese Vice President Han Zheng met separately with United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken. RELATED:Chinese Foreign Minister Pays Official Visit to Moscow Han told Guterres that today’s world is facing accelerated changes never seen
September 19, 2023

Somalia: Global Charity to Prevent Malnutrition Crisis

The global charity Save the Children has called upon the international community to avert the impending acute malnutrition crisis in Somalia. Related: Somalia: ATMIS Begins Second Phase of Troop Withdrawal According to the charity, despite initial hopes that rainfall would provide relief,
September 19, 2023

Berlin Can No Longer Accommodate More Refugees

On Tuesday, authorities in Berlin issued an alert, stating that they have run out of space to accommodate more refugees and asylum seekers. They emphasized that 32,000 individuals are already housed in public facilities. RELATED:  Mauritania Accused of Violating Senegalese Migrants’ Rights
September 19, 2023

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