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Ajibola: United Nations must be fair in treatment of afflicted members
The convener, Centre for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights (CALSER) Princess Bosede Ajibola, in this interview with KANAYO UMEH, said the United Nations is doing little
Lebanon 'regrets' loss of UN voting privilege
Crisis-hit Lebanon on Saturday said it "regrets" being among seven countries stripped by the United Nations of voting privileges in the General Assembly for failing to pay their dues.
How infrastructural deficits breed city slums
Piqued by the growing number of city slums in major Nigerian cities and its impact on the social economic lives of the nation, experts have called for a strategic move to address the infrastructural...
Centre berates UN for doing too little to address terrorism in Africa
The Centre for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights (CALSER) has frowned at the United Nations (UN) and other international organisations for being relatively mute
In Delta, stakeholders meet to prevent, detect and punish human trafficking
The global fight against trafficking in persons and other related vices came under scrutiny, in Asaba, Delta State, as the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking In Persons (NAPTIP)
UN condemns abduction, execution of civilians in Borno, Yobe states
United Nations (UN) Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Antonio Canhandula, has condemned alleged abduction and execution of people on highways by armed groups in Borno and Yobe states.
UN to establish first African University for peace in Benue
United Nations (UN) University For Global Peace has selected Benue State for the establishment of the first African University for Peace to further boost peace initiative of Governor Samuel Ortom.
Inequality threatening human development, new global report warns
A new report released yesterday by the United Nations (UN) Development Programme (UNDP) has revealed that in spite of global progress in tackling poverty, hunger and diseases...
‘We are losing our bright minds to drugs abuse, misuse, suicide’
I am Lade Olugbemi-Ogunseyitan. I am a lawyer and convener of the Nous Organisation, which was established to raise awareness on mental health issues in communities.
Foreign national killed as UN vehicle hit in Kabul blast
A foreign national was killed and at least five other people wounded in a grenade attack on a United Nations vehicle in Kabul on Sunday, an Afghan official said.
UN assembly condemns US embargo on Cuba, for 28th time
The UN General Assembly condemned the nearly 60-year-old US embargo on Cuba Thursday for the 28th year in a row, calling for an end to it by a vote of 187 to three.
Lack of basic computer skills worries ITU
The United Nations (UN) arm in charge of global communications development, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), is worried about drop-in computer skills, especially in developing economies.