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- UNICEF: Tens of thousands of children at risk in Libya amidst violence and chaos of unrelenting conflict. 17 Jan 2020
- IOM: Nearly 1,000 migrants returned to Libya in the first two weeks of 2020. 14 Jan 2020
- UNICEF: Fighting in and around Tripoli shuts 210 schools. 6 Jan 2020
- UNSMIL: SRSG in Libya condemns continued airstrikes causing deaths and injuries among civilians. 29 Dec 2019
Most read reports
- UNICEF: “Mainstreaming Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Education sector”. 24 Jan 2020
- UNICEF: Libya: Tens of thousands of children at risk amidst violence and chaos of unrelenting conflict. 17 Jan 2020
- ACLED: ACLED Regional Overview – Africa (12-18 January 2020). 22 Jan 2020
- UNHCR: UNHCR Update Libya (24 January 2020). 24 Jan 2020
- IOM: Nearly 1,000 migrants returned to Libya in the first two weeks of 2020: IOM. 14 Jan 2020
Tripoli, 30 July 2013 – The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) condemns in the strongest terms the acts of violence that took place lately in a number of areas in Libya, including Tripoli and Benghazi.
UNSMIL expresses its grave concern over the deteriorating security conditions and the growing acts of violence in their various forms that have targeted political activists, judicial institutions, diplomatic missions, army and police personnel as well as State facilities and others.
In Mali, the ICRC brings aid to people suffering the combined effects of the armed conflict and the food crisis.
Caring for the sick and injured
In northern Mali, the ICRC has made it easier for war-wounded people to obtain emergency care. The hospital in Gao is again operational thanks to ICRC support.
The ICRC supports health facilities in Mali and was on hand for the national polio-vaccination day.
Islamic Relief is helping refugees – who have been living in limbo in a camp – to integrate into life in Tunisia.
The refugees, who fled conflict which began in Libya two years ago, cannot return to the country or to their countries of origin.
Islamic Relief, with agreement from UNHCR, has been managing activity in Shousha camp since March 2011 and will wind down the camp late this year. Since January, we have been delivering services to 384 people not prioritised by the UNHCR for resettlement – who include Somalians, Eritrean, and Darfurians.
• L’épidémie de choléra se poursuit dans la région de Tillabéry, 900 000 dollars vont être consacrés à des actions d’urgence.
• Le pâturage reverdit à la faveur de la pluie.
• Des migrants de plus en plus nombreux de de la Libye.
Despite the unstable environment, Libyans are striving to resume normal life. The ICRC and the Libyan Red Crescent continue to provide urgent aid as needed, to promote detainee welfare and to improve water management.
"Clashes have occasionally been flaring up in tense parts of the country, sometimes resulting in the displacement of thousands of people who seek safety in neighbouring areas," said Katharina Ritz, head of the ICRC delegation in Libya. Whenever this happens, the ICRC and the Libyan Red Crescent provide urgent relief.
Over 50 peace operations have been deployed to 18 African countries since 2000.
“Partnership peacekeeping,” which involves collaboration between various multilateral and bilateral actors and institutions, has become increasingly common.
Force generation efforts should focus on deploying the capabilities needed to realize mission objectives and not solely on numbers of peacekeepers.
MISRATA - Building an ammunition shelter may not come across as a priority for many Libyans, who face the challenges of a post-revolution transitional period buffeted by political divisions, armed clashes as well as disruptions in the country’s major lifeline in oil production.
L’environnement social, économique et politique du Niger est resté stable au cours des six premiers mois de l’année 2013. Par contre, les conditions sécuritaires se sont graduellement dégradées avec deux attentats terroristes perpétrés durant le mois de mai contre une garnison militaire et des intérêts français dans le nord du pays (Agadez et Arlit), ainsi que l’évasion, en juin 2013, d’une vingtaine de détenus de la prison civile de Niamey, dont un présumé terroriste très dangereux.
As a spate of conflicts affect neighbouring countries, Chad is struggling to deal with an influx of returnees, many of them children.
July 18, 2013 - The Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State (Foreign Affairs and Consular), today announced Canada’s contribution to two projects that will encourage the participation of women in the political process in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
7001st Meeting (PM)
Reaffirming its concern at the alarming situation in Africa’s Sahel region, the Security Council today strongly condemned human rights abuses and violence committed against civilians there by terrorist and other extremist groups, vowing to address the complex security and political challenges that were linked to humanitarian and developmental issues as well as to climatic and ecological changes.
Des populations de Criquet pèlerin sont en cours de déplacement de leurs zones de reproduction printanière vers celles d’été. Suite à une bonne reproduction printanière, on s’attend à ce que les effectifs acridiens initiaux soient plus élevés au début de cet été comparés aux années précédentes. Il est donc important que les prospections commencent dans les zones de reproduction estivale et continuent de façon régulière pour suivre la situation.
Refugees and asylum seekers
The collaboration with the Libyan government is gradually expanding. Yet, the conditions of refugees and asylum seekers, especially in detention, remain unchanged. Persons UNHCR considers in need of international protection, including those intercepted at sea by Libyan authorities, are often detained and mistreated. UNHCR continues to assist persons in detention as well as targeted vulnerable cases in urban areas. Thanks to the collaboration with the Department for Combating Illegal Migration (DCIM),
• This week, South Sudan celebrated its second anniversary as an independent nation. UN envoy Hilde Johnson told the Security Council that the country has made progress in areas such as consolidating peace and addressing cases of arbitrary detention. However, says insecurity and other challenges still remain
UN reports 300,000 people this year have fled fighting in Darfur
July 10, 2013
LONDON — Malta has been forced to cancel the forced return of dozens of Somali migrants to Libya, after an emergency ruling by the European Court of Human Rights. The EU has criticized the attempted repatriation, but Malta has accused its European partners of a lack of solidarity. It comes after the Pope visited an Italian island earlier this week that's received thousands of migrants.
Risk of mass killing rises in African countries following foreign military intervention – 2013 Peoples under Threat global survey
Eight most at risk states out of top ten subject to recent or prolonged foreign military interventions
10 July 2013
air services are a lifeline for millions of vulnerable people in humanitarian crisis where quick and safe access is critical to save lives;
Due to lack of reliable infrastructure, access to many crises is difficult and often altogether impossible. Therefore humanitarian air services are often the only way to get access to remote places and reach people in need;
On top of transporting humanitarian supplies and workers, humanitarian air services perform medical and security evacuations;
The testimony of a woman who was sexually tortured under the Gaddafi regime is proving a catalyst for political change in Libya
When Hussein was searching desperately for his son in the last days of the 2011 revolution that toppled Libya's dictator, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, he was told of a villa in Tripoli. He and other anti-government fighters went there on 20 August.
Read the full report on the Guardian.