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- UNHCR Resettlement Update #67 – Libya-Niger Situation
- Biodiversity loss and climate change at the core of IUCN North Africa Forum
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- Ruling Party Candidate Declares Victory in Mauritania
- Sudan’s Protesters Accept Roadmap for Civilian Rule
“Niger plays a key role to drastically reduce irregular migrants’ flows to Libya and the EU. My visit to Niamey aims at strengthening our partnership with this country, discussing how the EU can promote investments and make more funds available. …Read more
”Through financial support and a strong partnership, the European Union has helped Niger to reduce migratory flows to Libya and the EU by over 95%. In 2016, 330,000 people crossed Niger primarily directed to Europe via Libya. In 2017, this …Read more
Every Friday, IRIN’s team of specialist editors offers a round-up of humanitarian trends and developments from around the globe.
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Donors, North Korea awaits
The few humanitarian groups working in North Korea had quietly hoped this year’s cautious …Read more
The Security Council, convening today to discuss the nexus between climate change and conflicts around the globe, considered several concrete proposals to guide the 15-member organ’s efforts — or those of other United Nations entities — on that evolving and …Read more
Overview of the main subjects to be discussed at meetings of the Council of the EU over the next two weeks.
Economic and Financial Affairs Council, Friday 13 July 2018
The Council will discuss the VAT reverse charge mechanism, VAT …Read more