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Thursday, May 25, 2017

THE GLOBAL WORLD - UPDATES MAY 26, 2017



THE GLOBAL WORLD
WORLD PEACE
"MARTIAL LAW IN THE PHILIPPINES"
UPDATES MAY 26, 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 MAY 26, 2017 IS ABOUT MARTIAL LAW IN THE PHILIPPINES. 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 VOICE IN THIS WEEK ISSUES IS ABOUT MARTIAL LAW IMPOSED IN THE
PHILIPPINES PARTICULAR IN MINDANAO FOR 60 DAYS FIGHTING ISIS OR ISLAMIC FORCES OR TERRORISM AND PROBABLY IT EXPAND THRU OUT THE COUNTRY IF THE SAID ISIS EMPLOY TERRORISM ACTS ON ALL PARTS OF THE NATION. THE SAID TERRORIST GROUP OF ISIS LOCALLY CALLED MAUTE GROUP INVADE THE LARGE PART OF MARAWI CITY AND ATTACK GOVERNMENT FORCES AND EMPLOY VIOLENCE AND DIFFERENT ATROCITIES IN THE SAID AREAS.  THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES DECLARED THE MARTIAL LAW TO PROTECT THE COUNTRY AND THE PEOPLE AND SECURE THEM FROM THE TERRORISM ATTACKS AND IT IS DEEMED CONSTITUTIONAL MANDATES OF THE PHILIPPINES NEED TO PROTECT THE COUNTRY AND PEOPLE.  


Duterte says he may expand martial law 'throughout the country' in fight against ISIS



From the Website of CNN NEWS
links: http://edition.cnn.com/2017/05/24/asia/philippines-mindanao-violence/index.html



Duterte says he may expand martial law 'throughout the country' in fight against ISIS



(CNN)Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said his martial law declaration for the country's restive south could be expanded "throughout the country" in order to combat the rise of ISIS.

"If I think that the ISIS has already taken foothold also in Luzon and terrorism is not really far behind, I might declare martial law throughout the country to protect the people," said the President, at a news conference in Manila, Wednesday.

Marking International Day, UN honours dedication and service of peacekeepers



From the Website of United Nations
links:  http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=56831#.WSbap-JNzIU



Persistent persecution of Bahá’í in Yemen ‘unacceptable,’ and must stop, says UN expert


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Marking International Day, UN honours dedication and service of peacekeepers

Secretary-General António Guterres (right) lays a wreath in honour of all peacekeepers who lost their lives while serving under the UN flag. UN Photo/Mark Garten


24 May 2017 – While the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers is 29 May, the Organization today held ceremonies to pay tribute to the more than 3,500 people who have died on duty since 1948 and acknowledge the dedication and courage of those serving on the ground.

“Every day, peacekeepers help bring peace and stability to war-torn societies around the world,” UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in his video message for the Day, also underscoring the sacrifices made by the more than 3,500 peacekeepers who have given their lives in the service of peace since 1948.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

THE GLOBAL WORLD - UPDATES MAY 19, 2017



THE GLOBAL WORLD
WORLD PEACE
"DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE"



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 MAY 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 VOICE IN THIS WEEK ISSUES IS ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE WORLD PARTIKULAR IN SOMALIA SUFFERING DROUGHT FROM THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL WARMING.  THE PEOPLE INSIDE SOMALIA SUFFERS 6 MILLION PEOPLE SUPPORTED BY THE UNITED NATIONS TO SURVIVE IN THIS CALAMITY HAPPENING IN THE WORLD AND SOMALIA IS THE ONE HIT BIG IN THIS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES.  ACCORDING TO UNITED NATIONS IT IS WORSEN AS PROJECTED NEED MORE HELP TO SURVIVE.  SOMALIA POVERTY WERE SPREAD AND NEED SECURITY.  

IN OTHER ISSUES WE LOOK THE GOOD SIDE IN THE WORLD INSPITE OF GLOBAL WARMING
THE DESERT REGION OF THE WORLD OR ARAB NATIONS LIKE DUBAI WERE BLESSED OF DEVELOPING THEIR COUNTRY ON THE CONDITION OF THEIR DESERT CLIMATE.  THEY DEVELOP AN ISLAND IN SHORES TO BE FINISHED IN 2020.  IT IS A GREAT WORKS AND BLESSING OF GOD HAVING THIS KIND OF DEVELOPMENT IN THIS KIND OF DESERT COUNTRY.  WE HOPE THIS DEVELOPMENT HELP MORE FROM THEIR ECONOMY AND COUNTRY TO LIVE IN GOOD CONDITIONS AND IT DOES NOT HAVE NON GOOD EFFECTS IN ARCHITECTURING THIS KIND OF DEVELOPMENTS.  IN THIS ISSUE MORE PART OF THE WORLD BLESSED OF ABUNDANCE AND IT CAN SHARE TO THE POOREST ONE AND SUFFERING CALAMITIES AND POVERTY FOR FAIR LIFE.  WE HOPE ALL THE NATIONS UNITE TO HELP EACH OTHER AND DEVELOP THE WORLD FOR GOOD OF ALL NOT JUST THE BLESSED NATIONS BUT THIS NATIONS SHOULD SHARE THEIR BLESSINGS AND DREAMS TO WORLD.


Dubai set to build $1.7b man-made islands Marsa Al Arab by 2020



From the Website of CNN NEWS



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Dubai set to build $1.7b man-made islands Marsa Al Arab by 2020
Marsa Al Arab is a $1.7b two-island project from Dubai Holding. The man-made structures, 2.5 million square feet in total, will nestle either side of the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel.


(CNN)Dubai is growing again, and again it's building into the sea.

Global investment company Dubai Holding unveiled this week plans for Marsa Al Arab, a four million square feet pair of man-made islands either side of the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the city's iconic sail-shaped hotel.

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The project, estimated to cost $1.72 billion, will add 1.4 miles of beach to Dubai's coastline. With ground breaking scheduled for June, Dubai Holding say the islands will be completed late 2020.

Geared towards tourists, one island will include family-friendly resorts, a 2.5 million square-foot marine park and a custom built 1,700-seat theater, home to the Middle East's first Cirque du Soleil show. It will also house 300 seafront apartments.

As Somalia combats insecurity, drought worsens 'more rapidly than projected' – UN official



From the Website of United Nations
links: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=56779#.WR2rCeJNzIU


As Somalia combats insecurity, drought worsens 'more rapidly than projected' – UN official


A wide view of the Security Council meeting on the situation in Somalia. UN Photo/Manuel Elias


17 May 2017 – The humanitarian crisis in Somalia is worsening, a senior United Nations official told the Security Council, calling for more than $800 million in aid to offset the impact of a severe drought in a country that is already battling insecurity and poverty.

“The humanitarian crisis has deteriorated more rapidly than was originally projected,” the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia, Raisedon Zenenga, told the Council in New York.

 
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