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- President of Mauritania: Fighting Terrorism in Africa Requires Solution to Libyan Crisis
- Stolen Libyan Artefacts Seized in Sidi Buzaid, Tunisia
- UN Development Programme in Libya Says Sebha Airport up and Running After Years of Closure
- Competence Document of Guiding Committee of Libyan Authorities Capacity Building Signed
- GNA Ministers of Employment and Institutional Restructuring Affairs Discuss National Administrative Reform
16 Apr 2015
South African government urged to protect victims of xenophobia
The South African government has been urged by the UN to protect victims of xenophobic violence.
Six foreign migrant workers were reportedly killed over the last two weeks following attacks which began in the city of Durban.
Stéphane Dujarric is the UN Spokesperson.
“Whilst acknowledging efforts made by the Government of South Africa in response to the xenophobic violence in the country, the UN is also concerned about populations that have been displaced as a result of this violence and encourages the Government to provide adequate protection to all affected persons, including migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.”
UN-facilitated talks on Libya reconvene
A new round of UN-facilitated talks on Libya has convened in Skhirat, Morocco.
The North African country has been mired in factional fighting since Muammar al-Qhadafi was overthrown four years ago.
The UN Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) says that significant progress was achieved in earlier talks to resolve the conflict.
Director of UN crime institute appointed
The UN Secretary-General has appointed Cindy Smith of the United States as Director of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI).
Ms Smith will succeed Jonathan Lucas of Seychelles.
She is currently Senior Coordinator for International Programmes in the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons at the United States Department of State.
Daniel Dickinson, United Nations.