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GENEVA, Oct 23 (AFP): International donors on Friday morning stumped up an additional US$597 million in humanitarian aid for Rohingya refugees languishing in camps in Bangladesh after they fled ethnic violence in Myanmar.
(Reuters) - International donors pledged nearly $600 million to support displaced Rohingya on Thursday, succeeding in bridging a huge gap in funding for hundreds of thousands of refugees.
LONDON (AFP): Britain on Thursday (Oct 21) announced new funding for Rohingya refugees languishing in camps in Bangladesh after they fled ethnic violence in Myanmar, and urged other donors not to forget their plight at a UN conference.
UNITED NATIONS (Xinhua): UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday (Oct 21)expressed concern about intensified geopolitical competition in Southeast Asia and beyond, which, he said, has led to a deepening of global divisions with the risk of miscalculation, confrontation or even a new Cold Wa
THE Philippine Red Cross (PRC) should continue its Covid-19 testing services after President Rodrigo Duterte gave his assurance that the government will settle the more than 930 million peso (RM79mil) debt of the Philippine Health Insurance Corp (PhilHealth), Malacanang said.“The President has committed to pay. I don’t think there’s any reason for Red Cross to doubt that the President committed to pay.
KOTA KINABALU: After getting more than enough funds to help some 500 needy families around Sembulan near here, a group of university students and those waiting to further their studies are now hoping to help the Prisons Department.
PETALING JAYA: The government has ended operations of the Malaysian Field Hospital (MFH) in Bangladesh’s Cox's Bazaar, which hosts almost 750,000 Rohingya in refugee camps, says the Defence Ministry.
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BAKU/YEREVAN (Reuters) - A new ceasefire in the mountain territory of Nagorno-Karabakh was in jeopardy on Monday with Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces reporting shelling and heavy fighting.
LAGOS/YENAGOA (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will help train Nigeria's new tactical force as thousands nationwide continued to march against police brutality and in demand of further reforms, Nigeria's police inspector general said in a statement on Sunday.