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- United Nations Staff Union President Urges States to Enhance Peacekeeper Security, as Targeted Attacks Kill 423 Blue Helmets, Civilian Personnel in Last Decade
- Secretary-General Appoints Antonia De Meo of United States as Director of United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute
- Covid-19: Libya releases prisoners to contain virus spread
- If Coronavirus Hits Libyan Detention Centers It Would be a ‘Massacre’
- Iran Defends Virus Response as Syria Reports First Death
In California, the Yemeni mother of a dying 2-year-old child was granted a State Department waiver from President Trump's travel ban Tuesday and will see her son one last time before her boy is expected to die. The toddler, Abdullah Hassan, is in an Oakland children's hospital with a rare brain disease. Both Abdullah and his father, Ali, are U.S. citizens, but the mother, Shaima Swileh, is a Yemeni citizen living in Egypt. Swileh is from one of five majority-Muslim countries�Iran, Libya, Yemen, Syria and Somalia�whose citizens are barred from entering the U.S. under President Trump's executive order. The little boy is now in a coma.
Source: Democracy Now