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Monday, March 20, 2017

THE GLOBAL WORLD - UPDATES MARCH 20, 2017



THE GLOBAL WORLD 
WORLD PEACE
"WORLD EQUAL JUSTICE"
UPDATES MARCH 20, 2017

THE GLOBAL WORLD PROMOTIONS AND VOICE IN FAITH TO GOD THRU JESUS CHRIST WITH THE GUIDANCE OF MOTHER MARY MIRACLES AND LIGHTS TO THE WORLD THIS WEEK MARCH 05, 2017 IS ABOUT GLOBAL UNITY AND PEACE. THE GLOBAL WORLD WITH THE LIGHTS OF THE LORD GOD AND JESUS CHRIST ON MOTHER MARY GUIDANCE VOICE THE LIBERATION'S OF THE WORLD IN INEQUALITIES OF JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS, POLITICS, ECONOMICS, CIVIL AND SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES AND RIGHTS.



THE GLOBAL WORLD PROMOTIONS VOICE IN THE WORLD THIS WEEK ISSUES IN OUR PROMOTIONS IS ABOUT THE "WORLD EQUAL JUSTICE" PARTICULAR ON THE ISSUE OF WAR CRIMES IN SYRIA AND IRAQ SPECIALLY WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN VULNERABLE SECTORS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF WAR AND BEING A SEX SLAVE BY THE SO CALLED ISIS WHO ARE SPREADING TERRORISM ACTS FROM THAT AREA AND OTHER COUNTRIES AND BEING THREATS TO THE WORLD.   THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY FROM UNITED NATIONS SHOULD PRACTICE AND IMPLEMENT EQUAL JUSTICE FOR ALL TO LIVE GOOD IN THIS WORLD.



Former ISIS sex slave demands justice for Yazidis




From the Website of CNN NEWS
links: http://edition.cnn.com/2017/03/19/middleeast/nadia-murad-amal-clooney-cnntv/index.html


Former ISIS sex slave demands justice for Yazidis

CNN)A Yazidi woman who was kidnapped and taken as a sex slave by ISIS told CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday that the Iraqi government and the UN should establish an investigation in order to bring members of the brutal regime to justice.

Nadia Murad, along with her counsel, international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, described her ordeal to Zakaria. It began in 2014 after ISIS militants arrived at her village in Sinjar, Kurdistan, she said.

UN aid 'pushed to limits' as 320,000 more civilians may flee west Mosul




From the Website of United Nations
links: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=56378#.WM_qjOJNzIU

UN aid 'pushed to limits' as 320,000 more civilians may flee west Mosul

A nine year-old girl clutches her worn-out doll, one of the few belongings she managed to take with her when she fled with her family from Tal al-Ruman area of west Mosul, Iraq. Photo: UNHCR/Saif Al-Tatooz

20 March 2017 – Humanitarian agencies are bracing for the possibility that in coming weeks about 300,000 to 320,000 civilians may flee the western districts of Iraqi's Mosul city where Government forces are fighting to oust the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da'esh) terrorists, a senior United Nations aid official in the country has said.

That is in addition to some 180,000 civilians who have already fled the fighting in western Mosul since mid-February.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

THE GLOBAL WORLD - UPDATES MARCH 05, 2017



THE GLOBAL WORLD 
WORLD PEACE
"WORLD FAMINE AND WAR - HUNGER"
UPDATES MARCH 05, 2017


THE GLOBAL WORLD PROMOTIONS AND VOICE IN FAITH TO GOD THRU JESUS CHRIST WITH THE GUIDANCE OF MOTHER MARY MIRACLES AND LIGHTS TO THE WORLD THIS WEEK MARCH 05, 2017 IS ABOUT GLOBAL UNITY AND PEACE. THE GLOBAL WORLD WITH THE LIGHTS OF THE LORD GOD AND JESUS CHRIST ON MOTHER MARY GUIDANCE VOICE THE LIBERATION'S OF THE WORLD IN INEQUALITIES OF JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS, POLITICS, ECONOMICS, CIVIL AND SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES AND RIGHTS.


THE GLOBAL WORLD PROMOTIONS VOICE IN THE WORLD THIS WEEK ISSUES IN OUR

PROMOTIONS IS ABOUT THE HUNGER PERSIST ON THE CONFLICTS ZONES AND ALSO THE AFFECTED IN FAMINE IN DIFFERENT PART OF THE WORLD PARTICULAR IN SOMALIA, SYRIA, AFRICA ETC., ETC. READ THE LINKS POSTED FROM UN AND CNN.  PEOPLE ARE STARVING AND SUFFER HUNGER AND FOOD NEEDS DUE TO CONFLICTS AND FAMINE CAUSE OF DROUGHT IN SOMALIA AND DIFFERENT CATASTROPHY IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES ACCORDING TO UNITED NATIONS.


Somalia drought: At least 110 die as fears of famine grow




From the Website of CNN NEWS
links: http://edition.cnn.com/2017/03/04/africa/somalia-drought-deaths/index.html

Somalia drought: At least 110 die as fears of famine grow


People travel long distances to reach this river near Dhudo, in northern Somalia, because it still has water.

(CNN)At least 110 people, most of them women and children, have died from starvation and drought-related illness in Somalia in the past 48 hours, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire said Saturday.

Hunger persists in chronic conflict zones despite strong global harvests – UN




From the Website of United Nations
links: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=56275#.WLwqh-JNzIU


Iraq: 15,000 children flee west Mosul over past week as battle intensifies, says UNICEF


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Hunger persists in chronic conflict zones despite strong global harvests – UN
Young boys head home after fishing for a day in the swamps of Nyal, South Sudan. Photo: FAO/Lieke Visser


2 March 2017 – Despite robust food supply conditions, droughts are worsening food security across swathes of East Africa, and access to food has been dramatically reduced in areas suffering civil conflicts, a new United Nations report has found.

“This is an unprecedented situation. Never before have we been faced with four threats of famine in multiple countries simultaneously,” Kostas Stamoulis, the Assistant Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), said in a news release issued today, noting that famine has been formally declared in South Sudan, and the food security situation is of grave concern in northern Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen.

 
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