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'Monster' El Niño Subsides, La Niña Hitting Soon

Monday, July 18, 2016

ROME, Jul 18 (IPS) - As if human-made armed conflicts, wickedness, rights abuse, gender violence, cruel inequality and climate catastrophes were not enough, now the saying "God Always Forgives, Men Sometimes, Nature Never" appear to be more true than ever. See what happens.

Displaced Youth: Selling Souls to Sex and Drugs

Friday, July 15, 2016

ROME, Jul 15 (IPS) - Omar's striking blue eyes and well-built physique are accentuated by his fashionable, tight-fitting apparel. At first glance, one would regard him as a carefree young man, blessed with the gifts of intellect and beauty. However, appearances can be deceptive. The traumas of war, displacement and isolation hang over Omar like an ominous shadow.

The Delusion 'I Am Not Responsible'

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

DAYLESFORD, Australia, Jul 13 (IPS) - - One of the many interesting details to be learned by understanding human psychology is how a person's unconscious fear works in a myriad of ways to make them believe that they bear no responsibility for a particular problem.

Human Security a Must in a Chaotic, Confused World - Japan

Monday, July 11, 2016

ROME, Jul 11 (IPS) - The question is simple and the answer, short: does eating more mean being better nourished?... Not Necessarily!

International Is out and National Is Again Back

Friday, July 08, 2016

ROME, Jul 08 (IPS) - A sign of the time is that Germany is raising a revolt against the President of the European Commission, Jeam-Claude Juncker, whom Chancellor Angela Merkel imposed in 2014 after a strong fight with David Cameron, then a powerful British PM. The group of Visograd, , formed by Poland, Hungary, Slovaquia and the Czech Republic, which resurged from ashes, to become an anti Brussels voice, has requested to bring back the Commission under the authority of the States. When Merkel organized a meeting of the leaders of the six original founders of the EU, in Berlin, she invited Donald Tusk, the President of the Council, but not Jean-Claude Juncker, who is the President of the Commission. And Wolfgang Schauble, the German minister of Finance, has launched an appeal: "it is time to bring back Brussels under the control of the states. "

Five Years After Independence South Sudan Faces Myriad Challenges

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, Jul 06 (IPS) - South Sudan, the world's newest country faces myriad problems five years after achieving independence, aid agencies warned this week.

Let There Be Work: Italian Ministry of the Interior Announces Initiative on Employment of Refugees

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

ROME, Jun 29 (IPS) - Thus far, 2016 has proved fatal for the thousands of migrants crossing the Mediterranean in a bid to find safety in Italy. Alarmingly, between January and March, a spiralling death toll was recorded among refugees and migrants attempting to reach Italy by boat from North Africa.

Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Sweden Among New Members of UN Security Council

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, Jun 29 (IPS) - Bolivia, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan and Sweden were elected on Tuesday to serve on the UN Security Council (UNSC) as non-permanent members, while Italy and Netherlands have split the remaining contested seat.

The Case for Cash in Humanitarian Emergencies

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, Jun 28 (IPS) - Currently only six percent of humanitarian aid worldwide comes in the form of cash handouts, yet many aid organisations believe that cash transfers should be seen as the rule, not the exception.

Will Brexit Have Political Ramifications at UN?

Monday, June 27, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, Jun 27 (IPS) - The much-ballyhooed British exit (Brexit) from the 28-member European Union (EU) is likely to have political ramifications at the United Nations – both in the short and the long term.

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