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World + 3 more

COVID-19 vaccine shipments to Africa ramp up

Nearly four million doses from COVAX arrived in Africa last week, against just 245,000 doses from the facility throughout the month of June. COVAX aims to ship 520 million doses to Africa by year-end.

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Bangladesh + 1 more

Deadly floods and landslides hit Rohingya camps in Bangladesh

UNHCR, is deeply saddened by the deaths of six Rohingya refugees as three days of heavy monsoon rains and strong winds pelted massive refugee sites in Cox’s Bazar, causing flash floods and landslides.

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Lebanon

One year after Beirut blast, Lebanon is running out of chances

Millions of Lebanese have seen living conditions deteriorate, forcing some to leave the country. The crisis is causing one-third of children to go to bed hungry and most households are short on food.

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Sudan

UN-African Union Mission in Darfur in final shutdown phase

Practically all peacekeepers and staff have now left the hybrid UN-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), in line with its drawdown plan, a senior UN official told the Security Council on Tuesday.

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Ethiopia + 1 more

Eritrean refugees in Tigray caught up in conflict

An estimated 24,000 Eritrean refugees in Mai Aini and Adi Harush camps in Tigray's Mai Tsebri area are facing intimidation and harassment and living in constant anguish, cut off from humanitarian aid.

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Pivotal point in Africa's COVID-19 third wave

While Africa's rise in cases has declined due to a drop in South Africa, which accounts for most reported infections, many countries are at peak risk and the third wave is accelerating faster than before.

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Angola + 1 more

Millions face hunger as drought ravages southern Angola

Aggravated by climate change and land diversion, the “worst drought in 40 years” has driven thousands from their homes to seek refuge in Namibia as food and water grow increasingly scarce.

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