Scam, kidnap by South African police

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Embassy Attack Stokes Fears About How Fragile Balkan Stability Really Is
As investigators tried to piece together the motive in a grenade attack on the U.S. Embassy in Montenegro, concerns that the incident could shatter improved stability in the Balkans showed just how fragile the situation remains as the West and Russia battle for influence in the region. A 43-year-old Serbian war veteran threw an explosive device onto the U.S. Embassy compound in Podgorica overnight Thursday before blowing himself up outside the compound, the Balkan country's police...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 23:02:25 -0500


Macron Promises to Protect French Farmers 
President Emmanuel Macron has promised to prevent foreigners from buying up French farmland. The promise came as the centrist leader hosted a lunch for about 1,000 young farmers at the Elysée Palace, an event seen by critics as a bid to buy their goodwill ahead of the annual Paris International Agriculture Fair. “For me, French agricultural lands are strategic investments upon which our sovereignty depends, so we can’t allow hundreds of hectares of land to be bought by foreign...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 22:51:21 -0500


Defense Officials Support Targeted Steel Tariffs
The U.S. Defense Department supports moves by the Commerce Department to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, although it would prefer a system of targeted tariffs rather than a global quota or a global tariff. The Commerce Department on Feb. 16 recommended that President Donald Trump impose steep curbs on steel imports from China and other countries and offered the three options to the president, who has yet to make a decision. The Defense Department said in a statement...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 22:26:27 -0500


KIPP Charter Schools Co-Founder Fired, Misconduct Alleged
The co-founder of one of the nation's leading system of charter schools has been fired amid allegations of sexual misconduct. KIPP announced Thursday that it had fired Mike Feinberg after an independent investigation found "credible evidence" to support three allegations of sexual misconduct. In a statement, the enterprise Feinberg co-founded in Houston 24 years ago said the investigation was triggered by an allegation last spring of sexual abuse of a student in the late...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 22:11:45 -0500


North Korea: UN Chief 'Picking a Quarrel' with Sanctions Remarks
North Korea on Thursday accused United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of "picking a quarrel" with Pyongyang by praising international sanctions for putting pressure on the country over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. North Korea's U.N. mission said in a statement that Guterres had made "reckless remarks" during a speech last week to the Munich Security Conference. "This is nothing but an absurd sophistry inappropriate to his duty as...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 22:02:32 -0500


US Embassy in Montenegro Offers Limited Services After Attack on Compound
The consular section of the U.S. Embassy in Montenegro will be open Friday, but only for emergency services, after an attack on the embassy compound, the State Department said Thursday. Police on Thursday identified the man who threw an explosive device into the embassy compound as Dalibor Jaukovic, a former Yugoslav army soldier who had expressed anti-NATO sentiments. Jaukovic blew himself up outside the compound, the Balkan country's police said. U.S. and Montenegrin...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 21:55:55 -0500

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Road to peace in Central African Republic remains ‘long and difficult,’ says UN envoy
The violence plaguing communities across the Central African Republic (CAR) is a reminder that despite the efforts of all stakeholders, the path to peace, stability and reconciliation in the country remains long and difficult, a senior United Nations official told the Security Council on Thursday.

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 18:38:07 -0500


‘You can still save lives’; UN aid chief urges Security Council action to halt violence in Syria’s war-battered east Ghouta
The United Nations humanitarian chief on Thursday called for action by the Security Council to halt the appalling destruction of Syria’s eastern Ghouta, where nearly 300 people have reportedly been killed in just the past few days, as “bombs and mortars have rained down on bakeries and medical facilities.”

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 18:03:35 -0500


UN receives 40 allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse in last quarter of 2017
The United Nations has received 40 allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse across its entities and implementing partners for the last three months of 2017, including 15 reported from peacekeeping operations, UN Spokesman Stéphane Dujarric announced on Thursday.

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 15:48:47 -0500


New UN report cites violations of rights to freedom of opinion and expression in South Sudan
Undue restrictions on freedom of expression are having a “chilling effect” and “further shrinking the space for debate and dissent” in war-torn South Sudan, a new United Nations human rights report has revealed.

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 14:23:52 -0500


Lack of funding for aid operations means ‘people will die’ in Central African Republic – UN official
A senior United Nations relief official is urging the international community to boost support for humanitarian efforts in crisis-gripped Central African Republic (CAR), where nearly half the population requires assistance.

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 13:35:01 -0500


Afghanistan: UN mission welcomes new penal code, urges measures to protect women from violence
While welcoming the entry to force of a new Penal Code in Afghanistan as a having the “potential to trigger real change,” the United Nations mission in the country said on Thursday that it is concerned by the removal of the chapter penalizing violence against women.

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:22:23 -0500


Evidence-based approach crucial to migrants and migration – top UN officials
As Governments begin to negotiate a global compact on migration, an accurate portrayal of migrants, and of migration, is needed more than ever before to help shape public discourse and policy, senior United Nations officials said Wednesday, underscoring the importance of an evidence-based approach to the issue.  

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 11:33:37 -0500


Job creation around agriculture can spur youth employment in Africa – UN agency
Agriculture will continue to generate employment in Africa over the coming decades, but businesses around farming, including processing, packaging, transportation, distribution, marketing and financial services, could also create jobs for young people, especially those in rural areas, a senior United Nations official said Thursday.

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:05:51 -0500

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