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- WHO Provides Healthcare Services at 25 Medical Centres
- Libya’s Humanitarian Coordinator underlines the need to restore essential services for people affected by conflict
- Morocco: International Solidarity Prevents Civil War in Libya
- CBL: Commercial Banks Profits Plummet by 25%
- Libya Elected Vice President of Near East Forestry and Range Commission NEFRC
29 Apr 2015
Without supply of fuel to Yemen, humanitarian operations will cease
Aid agencies are warning that humanitarian operations in Yemen will cease unless the supply of fuel is restored the country.
Yemen’s health, water and sanitation systems are reportedly at imminent risk of collapse due to shortages caused by ongoing fighting between government forces and rebels.
The Yemen Public Telecommunications Corporation also warned that unless the fuel crisis is resolved, telecommunication services including mobile phones and Internet will shut down within a week.
Security Council briefed on dialogue process in Libya
Libya continues to be dominated by chaos, despite the efforts that are being made to end the political crisis there.
That’s according to the head of the UN Support Mission in Libya, Bernardino León, who briefed members of the Security Council on continued efforts to reach an agreement.
Here’s Mr León.
“We all know very well and the actors involved in the dialogue know very well that there’s no military solution. So, all the fighting you can see in the country is affecting the political dialogue and intended to hamper the political dialogue.”
Mr León added that meetings to discuss the security situation in Libya are scheduled for next week.
Release of 200 girls from Boko Haram welcomed by UN Envoy Gordon Brown
The release of 200 girls from captivity by Boko Haram has been welcomed by Gordon Brown, the UN Special Envoy for Global Education.
He called once more for the immediate release of all abducted girls, saying “it is time to end the nightmare”.
Mr Brown explained that for a year, many families have not known whether their daughters are dead or alive, married off, sold off or violated as a result of their captivity.
Stephanie Coutrix, United Nations.