Eritrean soldiers and Ethiopian rebel fighters raped and killed refugees in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, rights group says.
Daunting problems for the group as it seeks to convert its lightning military victory into a peacetime government.
UNDP says drought, COVID-19 pandemic and political upheaval could cause Afghanistan’s poverty rate to reach 97 percent.
The money is to be used for housing, food, other necessities and enrolling children in school.
The money-transfer firm suspended services in Afghanistan two weeks ago after the Taliban captured Kabul.
The European Commission added that additional funds could be made available.
Antonio Guterres says almost half of the Afghan population needs urgent aid to survive after Taliban takeover.
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Major-General Abbas Ibrahim says the collapse of state institutions threatens to undermine the stability of the country.
Aseel, a platform selling Afghan artisans’ goods abroad, has revamped its website to accept humanitarian aid for Kabul.
Afghanistan, now under control of the Taliban, is sitting on what could be the world’s largest lithium reserves.
Amid humanitarian crises, Rashida Tlaib and Debbie Dingell are circulating letter urging protection for Lebanese citizen
The Treasury Department blacklisted General Filipos Woldeyohannes, the chief of staff of the Eritrean Defense Forces.
Many hospitals remained saturated in the worst-hit areas of Haiti as helicopters ferry the injured to Port-au-Prince.