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- UN Calls For Cease-Fire In Libya On Anniversary Of Armed Conflict
- Trump Pushes Unproven COVID Treatment
- Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Libya IDP and Returnee Report: Mobility Tracking Round 29 | January – February 2020
- Libya – IDP and Returnee Key Findings Report 29 (Jan-Feb 2020)
- Coronavirus, Conflict Threaten Thousands of Refugees, Migrants Detained in Libya
TRIPOLI– The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), called on the Libyan rival parties to end the ongoing armed conflict in the country.
“Today (yesterday) marks one year since the forces of Libyan National Army Commander, Khalifa Haftar, launched …Read more
U.S. President Donald Trump is again pushing a successful treatment for malaria, lupus, and arthritis to use against the new coronavirus despite its unproven effectiveness for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
“What have you got to lose?” Trump asked at a …Read more
- 373,709: IDPs in Libya
- 96% were displaced due to the deterioration of the security situation
- 59% of IDPs live in self-paid rented accommodation
- 448,573: Returnees in Libya
- Decline in returns observed due to lack of security
This report presents the Key findings of Round 29 of the mobility tracking component of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme in Libya.
Source: International Organization for Migration…Read more
The U.N. refugee agency warns thousands of refugees and migrants detained in sub-standard facilities in Libya are threatened by COVID-19 and the ongoing conflict in the country, and should be released.
The warning comes as a military offensive launched by …Read more
TRIPOLI- Today marks one year since the forces of “Libyan National Army” Commander General Khalifa Haftar launched their offensive to seize Tripoli, Libya’s capital. What resulted is a needless conflict that shattered the hopes of many Libyans for a peaceful …Read more
The following is a near-verbatim transcript of today’s noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General.
**COVID-19 — Secretary-General
Good afternoon. As you know, yesterday the Secretary-General launched a report on the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19, noting that the …Read more
The Security Council will turn to technology in April to tackle the humanitarian crises in Yemen and Syria, address conflict-induced hunger, promote the youth, peace and security agenda, and respond to the threat of COVID-19, its President for the month …Read more