Daily Archives: May 14, 2019

Zimbabweans Air Anger Amid Economic Meltdown

CHINHOYI, ZIMBABWE Pro-government statements are the norm in Chinhoyi, the hometown of former president Robert Mugabe. But that was not the case at a public meeting Saturday, as Zimbabweans grappling with poverty amid the flailing economy are using every chance …

Armed Men Attack Sudan’s Protesters But Fail to Derail Negotiations

KHARTOUM The sound of gunfire echoed late into the night in Khartoum on Monday evening, as security forces clashed with demonstrators almost immediately after Sudan’s ruling military council announced it had reached an agreement with protest leaders on a transitional …

Trump: ‘Spying’ Investigation by Barr Not Requested by Me

President Donald Trump says he did not order Attorney General William Barr to launch another investigation into the origin of the Mueller probe, but says he is glad Barr did.

“No, I didn’t ask him to do that. I didn’t …

Japan-Funded Emergency Response in Niger

The International Organization for Migration is launching an emergency response project in theTillabeacute;ryregion in Niger with funding from the Government of Japan. The effort is designed to last for nine months and aims to provide1,000 emergency shelters and 1,000Non-Food Item …

Japan-Funded Emergency Response in Niger

The International Organization for Migration is launching an emergency response project in theTillabeacute;ryregion in Niger with funding from the Government of Japan. The effort is designed to last for nine months and aims to provide1,000 emergency shelters and 1,000Non-Food Item …

Safeguarding women after disasters: some progress, but not enough

Hundreds of Mozambicans were killed and thousands made homeless recently by Cyclones Idai and Kenneth. Almost immediately, there were reports of a sadly familiar story: women being forced to trade sex for food by local community leaders distributing aid.

Globally, …