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UN Raises $25bn To Eliminate Maternal, Infant Mortality

Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, on Saturday, announced that the organization is committing over $25billion in initial commitments, spanning five years, to help end preventable deaths of women, children and adolescents. Ki-moon, who disclosed the development during the ongoing UN General Assembly holding in New York, stated ...

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Buhari Arrives Paris

President Buhari with his entourage has arrived in Paris, France. He was received  at the airport by the Val De Marne Governor, H.E . Thiery Leleu.

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Refugees Crisis: Exceptional Day Of Humanitarian Welcome In Austria And Germany

In a coordinated effort, Austria and Germany have brought thousands of migrants from the Hungarian border to safety and temporary accommodation. But normal requirements for EU asylum requests remain. Austrian authorities said more than 7,000 people had walked over the border from Hungary on Saturday. The Austrian state railway company ...

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G20 Meeting: China’s Capital Market Turmoil, US Fed Rate Hikes Weigh In

Recent market volatility in China will top the agenda as bank chiefs and finance ministers convene in Ankara, Turkey, to discuss how to soothe the global economy. They may also discuss the prospect of a US Federal Reserve rate hike. Investors around the world have been on tenterhooks ever since ...

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Germany: Five Injured When Refugee Shelter Near Frankfurt Catches Fire

Five people have been injured in a fire in a migrant shelter in Heppenheim near Frankfurt. Police are investigating whether this may be the latest in a series of arson attacks on refugee homes across Germany. German police on Friday confirmed that five people have been injured in a blaze ...

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Boko Haram: Ban ki-Moon Marks 4th Anniversary Of UN House Attack In Abuja

UN Chief Ban ki-Moon laid a wreath in Abuja, the Nigerian capital on Monday to commemorate the fourth anniversary of a deadly attack on the global body by the insurgency sect Boko Haram. The secretary-general hugged several relatives of the victims of the bombing during a ceremony at United Nations ...

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Wardrums: North And South Korea Reopen Talks, Pyongyang Mobilises Troops

Negotiations have resumed to defuse escalating tensions between the Koreas. But Seoul has accused North Korea of mobilizing ground troops and submarines. South and North Korea resumed talks Sunday afternoon to ease tensions after an exchange of artillery and mutual threats have renewed fears of open confrontation. The first ministerial-level ...

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4,400 Migrants Intercepted In Mediterranean – Italy

Italy’s coast guard has said 22 boats and rubber dinghies filled with people have been intercepted in the Mediterranean within a 24-hour period. Record numbers of refugees have been trying to cross the sea to Europe. The Italian navy said Sunday that it had organized the rescue of about 4,400 ...

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Eurozone Approves 86Bn Euros Greek Bailout Deal  

The finance ministers of the 19 eurozone countries have approved the terms of the latest Greek bailout deal. This decision comes after a six-hour meeting in Brussels. Meeting in Brussels on Friday, finance ministers from the 19 eurozone countries have given their approval to the latest bailout for Greece. Their ...

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Japan Marks 70 Years Since End Of World War Two

There were bows and “banzai” chants at the Yasukuni Shrine as politicians, veterans, and nationalists paid their respect to the over two million Japanese who died in World War Two. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo. On a table at a refreshment stand in the grounds of Yasukuni Shrine, Tadashi Shimomura ...

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