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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."

Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: November 28 - A new conflict in the Balkans is looming large, with Serbia and its rebellious province of Kosovo seemingly unable to reach a compromise before the December 10 deadline.
SOP newswireGeorgian rebel minister arrested - Okruashvili was arrested and charged with money laundering, abuse of office and negligence. He was
Krzys WasilewskiNews Chronicle: November 27 - Chances for a peace agreement between the authorities in Colombo and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) fade with the rebels saying today that any deal with the central government was “impossible.”
SOP newswireChinese government unveils environmental protection plan - The Chinese government will invest 1.35 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) each year for the next three years in environmental protection.
SOP newswireIraqi Targeting Success Now Equals Coalition Efforts - Iraqi forces can now gather intelligence and go after targets as successfully as U.S. units there, a senior intelligence advisor in the region said today.
SOP newswirePiecemeal approaches will not resolve Middle East conflict - Welcoming the commitment of both Israeli and Palestinian leaders to try to resolve the conflict, the leadership of the US as host of the Annapolis meeting
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Summary: November 26 - The era of Prime Minister John Howard came to an end on Saturday when the rival Australian Labor Party defeated Howard's Conservative Party which had ruled the country for 12 years.
SOP newswireSuccessful weapons recovery operation concludes in Dili district in Timor-Leste - The United Nations Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) today announced that its police officers, working alongside their Timorese
SOP newswireUN campaign to fight violence against women - In a message marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, commemorated on 25 November, Mr. Ban hailed progress
Krzys WasilewskiThe Rich in Russia - The most luxurious place in the world is not in America or Europe, but in the very heart of poverty-stricken Russia.
SOP newswireCIA's Directory of World Leaders - The CIA publishes and updates the online directory of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments regularly. The directory is intended to be used
SOP newswireBomb kills 9 Afghans, Italian soldier - KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide bomb on the outskirts of the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday killed nine civilians, four of them children, and an Italian soldier,
SOP newswireBus explosion in Russia's south - It would have been a routine security check for the driver and passengers on the bus but, as it stopped
Krzys WasilewskiNews Summary: Friday, November 23 - Polish troops will leave Iraq by the end of 2008, Prime Minister Donald Tusk announced today.
SOP newswireUN backs conference on human rights, civil society in Iraq - Human rights and civil society in Iraq took centre stage at a conference attended by representatives from the country's Government, Iraqi
SOP newswireArab Jabour, Concerned Local Citizens remove caches, unexploded ordnance - FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq – Coalition Forces and Concerned Local Citizens worked together to remove a total of five caches and three unexploded ordnances from Arab Jabour Nov. 19-20.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: November 22 - A multinational peacekeeping force which is to be deployed to Darfur early next year is threatened by the lack of funds and equipment, the United Nations warns.
SOP newswireBus blast kills six in southern Russia - The bus was travelling from the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria in Russia’s North Caucasus to North Ossetia.
SOP newswireSecurity Council welcomes DR Congo-Rwanda agreement - The Security Council today commended the recent agreement of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Rwanda
Krzys WasilewskiNews Summary: November 21 - According to the government in Asmara, Eritrea is in the state of war with Ethiopia since the latter country has refused to accept the borderlines set by the United Nations.
SOP newswirePeace Burden on Israel - The much-anticipated Annapolis peace conference apparently has shrunk to a one-day affair, to be held next Tuesday at the Naval Academy.
Krzys WasilewskiNovember 20 Around the World - President Putin is reported to have warned NATO that Russia's nuclear forces were ready to respond to any form of attack: We cannot allow ourselves to remain indifferent to the obvious muscle-flexing.
SOP newswireCambodia: Recent Arrests of Three Former Khmer Rouge Leaders - What is our reaction to the recent arrests of Khieu Samphan and other former Khmer Rouge leaders by Cambodia's U.N.-backed genocide tribunal?
Krzys WasilewskiNews Update: November 19 - In the most severe storm to strike Bangladesh in more than 10 years, some 2,400 people have been killed. Humanitarian agencies on the scene fear the number of casualties may reach as high as 10,000.
SOP newswireConcerned at conditions in Somalia, Security Council urges end to violence - Security Council members today voiced concern about worsening conditions in Somalia, urging all concerned to work for peace while
SOP newswireTreasury's Paulson Says African Leadership Vital in Four Areas - Washington -- Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson has identified four areas where African leadership is vital to accelerate and sustain economic development
SOP newswireUkraine mine blast, 19+ dead - The blast happened at about three o clock in the morning. 296 miners were evacuated and we still have to evacuate the others. A special emergency
SOP newswireSecretary-General urges Lebanese leaders to work for national interest - Lebanon’s leaders must place the national interest above their personal and sectarian interests as the country prepares to elect a new
SOP newswireViolence Down, Reconstruction Underway - BAGHDAD — Coalition officials are taking advantage of a decline in insurgent violence to jumpstart a transition into long-term stability
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle for November 16 - Despite long hand shakes and broad smiles, the atmosphere of the first official meeting between US President George W. Bush and Japan's new Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda could be described as lukewarm at most.
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