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Global Food Prices are 11 points higher in 2013 as compared to 2012.
48 per cent of the households in Guinea Bissau are facing a major food deficit, with enough cereal stocks to last for only one month.
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Mali and Cameroon.
Wed, 13 Jun 2012 23:49 GMT
UNITED NATIONS, June 13 (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council and African Union Peace and Security Council on Wednesday jointly urged military coup leaders in Guinea Bissau to give up power and expressed concern at an al Qaeda threat in Mali, fighting in the Sudans and Somalia piracy.
The two councils, charged with maintaining and promoting peace and security, met for talks in New York on Wednesday and agreed an eight-page statement that addressed the top security issues in Africa and strengthening cooperation between the two bodies.
Conflict prevention and settlement of disputes, particularly in Africa, would come under the spotlight during the tenure of Joy Ogwu of Nigeria as Security Council President for July, the Ambassador said today briefing correspondents about the Council's programme of work for the month.
She said that other areas of focus would be Iraq, the Middle East, as well as the work of the Council's sanctions committees, among others, but the major highlight and perhaps the most salient was the open debate on conflict prevention and settlement of disputes.
The concept paper for that …
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
Early Warning Issues for June
Pending PSC Issues
Country Analysis: Madagascar
PSC Retrospective - AU PCRD Policy Framework
Country Analysis: Guinea-Bissau
PSC Retrospective - Security Sector Reform
Post-Election Analysis: 2010 Sudan Polls
PSC Retrospective - Women and Armed Conflict
Spotlight on the PSC: Chairperson AU Commission
Important Forthcoming Dates
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