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- German charity Sea-Eye says 78 migrants rescued off Libyan coast
- Libya: 24 killed in clashes as UN condemns
- Turkish Pres Erdogan discuss Libya conflict on Algeria visit
- UN report urges accountability for Libya airstrike deaths [EN/AR]
- The airstrikes on the Daman building complex, including the Tajoura Detention Centre, 2 July 2019
19 Feb 2015
• The abduction and presumed murder of an albino baby in Tanzania has been condemned by the United Nations. One year old Yohana Bahati who lived with albinism was taken from his home in the north of the East African country on Sunday. His body was found three days later with arms and legs removed. Other Albino children have suffered a similar fate.
Rwandan peacekeepers build school in South Sudan
• Children in the Kapuri community in South Sudan’s Central Equatoria State are celebrating the opening of a school built by UN peacekeepers from Rwanda. The project was born following a routine patrol last year in which the soldiers found pupils in the town studying under trees in make-shift classrooms with no sanitation facilities. The newly constructed building has eight classrooms, two staff offices and washrooms.
Radio “wonderful tool” for young people
• Young people around the world and particularly in Africa are increasingly using radio to express their views and discuss issues they are concerned about. In recognition of the power of the medium, the theme for this year’s World Radio Day, which is observed on 13 February each year is “Youth and Radio”. The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and Children’s Radio Foundation have produced a manual called the Youth Radio toolkit, to help support young people as radio producers and broadcasters.
Producer/Presenter: Derrick Mbatha
Production Assistant: Sandra Guy
Studio Engineer: Shalako Gordon