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Cyclone Idai Devastates Africa

The full scale of the devastation caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai in south-west Africa is becoming clearer, the UN said on Tuesday, warning that the emergency "is getting bigger by the hour."

SOP newswire2J&K High Court Order on Delimitation:Panthers Party Appeals - The Panthers Party filed Special Petition, appeal against the order of the J&K High Court dated 02.06.2009 in which the High Court had dismissed the
Askin Ozcan (Mentor)Europe Cannot be United - As serious measures, for the member states to join The European Union, a series of pre-conditions were set.
SOP newswire2The Panthers Party and NP Violence Day - The Panthers Party today observed NP Violence Day on the Death Anniversary of Late Shri Rajiv Gandhi condemning
SOP newswire2Ramadan Anti-Malaria Effort - A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today urged American Muslims to increase the spiritual benefits
SOP newswire3UN Condemns Series Of Deadly Blasts In Baghdad - The Security Council today condemned the deadly series of terrorist blasts in Baghdad that have killed nearly 100 people.
SOP newswire3UN Marks First World Humanitarian Day - UN officials marked the first World Humanitarian Day today by paying tribute to the efforts of aid workers on the frontlines around the globe.
Daniel MarscheTradition or Progress: The Current Currency Debate - Article divulging the facts and debates surrounding the tradion of the "In God We Trust" motto on American currency.
SOP newswire3Two UN Staff Members Killed In Kabul Bombing - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has voiced his distress at the news that two UN staff members were among those killed in today`s suicide bombing in Kabul
SOP newswire3UN Lends Helping Hand In Darfur - The UN is busy helping victims in Darfur.
SOP newswire3Afghan Soldiers Lead Election Security Efforts - When Afghans go to the polls to cast their votes Aug. 20, they`ll see Afghans providing for their security, not U.S. or NATO forces.
SOP newswire3Iraqi Police Train With Dogs - Iraqi police dog handlers and their working dogs arrived at Forward Operating Base Marez here Aug. 16 to fine-tune their skill in basic obedience and explosive detection techniques.
SOP newswire3Afghans Will Vote Despite Violence - Despite the wave of violence this week in Afghanistan`s capital, military officials there believe Afghans will turn out to vote in their national election Aug. 20.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Condemns Car Bomb Attack In Afghan Capital - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned Saturday morning's suicide car bombing in central Kabul that has reportedly killed at least seven people.
SOP newswire3UN: Serious Rights Abuses In Gaza - The top UN human rights official has called for a credible, independent and transparent " investigation of all alleged rights violations during Israel`s military operations in Gaza eight months ago.
Daniel MarscheMaking the Most of Unemployment - Strategies for maintaining self-esteem and pursuing happiness during times of unemployment.
SOP newswire3UN Calls For Release Of Aung San Suu Kyi - The UN human rights chief called for the immediate and unconditional release of Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
SOP newswire3Mike Mullen Describes Complex Problems Facing The World - The challenges facing the world today are the most daunting and complex in his lifetime, Mullen told a student leadership group.
SOP newswire3UN: We Must Protect Indigenous People - The world`s 370 million indigenous people remain among the most vulnerable members of our societies.
SOP newswire3Bill Clinton To Lead Trade Mission To Haiti In October - Former United States president Bill Clinton plans to lead a trade mission to Haiti in October.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Power Sharing Agreement Reached In Madagascar - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the power-sharing agreement reached in Madagascar.
SOP newswire3Key To Success In Afghanistan: Ramping Up Numbers Of Afghan Soldiers - Ramping up the numbers of Afghan soldiers and police is part of President Barack Obama`s multi-pronged Afghanistan-Pakistan strategy.
SOP newswire3American Soldiers Pursue Terrorists Linked To Drug Trade - U.S. forces are going after terrorists who feed off the drug trade in Afghanistan.
SOP newswire3Obama Meets With Leaders Of Mexico And Canada - Continuing his efforts to strengthen partnerships with North American leaders, the President has been in Guadalajara, Mexico the past two days at the North American Leaders Summit.
SOP newswire3Over 750,000 Uprooted Pakistanis Return Home - Out of the more than 2 million people uprooted by clashes between Governments and militants in north-western Pakistan, some 765,000 have now returned to their homes.
SOP newswire3UN: Rape Used As A Weapon In African Wars - UN Chief Ban warned that rape is being used as a weapon of war with the same efficient brutality as a gun or a grenade.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: We Must Strive For Nuclear-Free World - It is possible to rid the world of nuclear weapons, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told a gathering in the Japanese city of Nagasaki.
SOP newswire3UN: Elections Pose Major Challenge For Sudan - Local election authorities in the Sudan face a complex challenge in holding the conflict-ridden country`s first multi-party polls in decades.
SOP newswire3UN Welcomes Release Of US Journalists From North Korea - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the release of two US journalists by North Korea during the visit to Pyongyang by Bill Clinton.
SOP newswire3Nigeria: Sectarian Clashes Results In Civillian Deaths - The top UN human rights official expressed concern over sectarian clashes in Nigeria, especially over reports of civilians killed during the fighting.
SOP newswire3Iraqi Judges Learn How To Apply Technology To The Admin. Of Justice - High-ranking members of Iraq's judicial system today wrapped up a United Nations-organized visit to Singapore aimed at studying the country's use of technology for the administration of justice.
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