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30 Sep 2000 description


HIV/AIDS in Complex Emergencies - A Call for Action
Dr Peter Piot, Executive Director, UNAIDS

30 Sep 2000 description

GABORONE, Sept 30 (AFP) - Former Botswana president Sir Ketumile Masire, rejected by President Laurent Kabila as mediator in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) peace talks, is ploughing ahead anyway, leaving for Britain, France and Belgium on Sunday to brief their governments on progress.

29 Sep 2000 description
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UNITED NATIONS
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27 Sep 2000 description
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NATIONS UNIES
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27 Sep 2000 description
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UNITED NATIONS
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26 Sep 2000 description
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UNITED NATIONS
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26 Sep 2000 description
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NATIONS UNIES
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25 Sep 2000 description

OVER 10,000 TURKANA SEEK REFUGE IN KARAMOJA
Food security improves slightly
About 10,000 Turkana herdsmen have crossed into Karamoja due to drought in neighbouring Kenya. Reports also indicate that several Karamojong from the Matheniko tribe cross into Kenya to access food.

25 Sep 2000 description
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SOMALIA: Libya brokers agreement

25 Sep 2000 description
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UNITED NATIONS
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25 Sep 2000 description
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23 Sep 2000 description

Kinshasa, Congo - President Laurent-Desire Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo and his Central African Republic counterpart, Ange-Felix Patasse have pledged to exert efforts toward promoting peace in Congo and in the Central African sub region as a whole.

22 Sep 2000 description
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22 Sep 2000 description
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22 Sep 2000 description
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22 Sep 2000 description


Appeal Target: US$ 188,458
Geneva, 22 September 2000

Dear Colleagues,

In response to suffering caused by the prolonged period of drought and other inclement climatic conditions in Uganda, the initial ACT Appeal for Uganda, Famine Relief was issued on 17 April 2000.

22 Sep 2000 description

LOME, Sept 22 (AFP) - President Laurent Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) wants Togolese President Gnassingbe Eyadema to mediate in the DRC conflict, official DRC sources said Friday.

22 Sep 2000 description
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22 Sep 2000 description

At a Headquarters press briefing today, Bernard Miyet, Under-Secretary- General for Peacekeeping Operations, said that the Secretary-General's report on the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUC) spoke for itself. Among other things, the report, which was released today, informed the Security Council that there had been little progress, if any, in the implementation of the Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement.