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Malnutrition in Africa

Africas attempts to achieve health for all by 2030 could be threatened unless the continent address the twin challenges of undernutrition and obesity, experts attending a United Nations meeting in Nairobi this week have warned.

SOP newswire3Defense Secretary Meets With Indonesian Counterpart - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis met yesterday with Indonesian Defense Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu in Jakarta, their third meeting since Mattis was sworn in a year ago, the Pentagon chief spokesperson, Dana W. White, said in a statement.
SOP newswire3Mattis to Thank Vietnam for Supporting North Korean Sanctions - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis today said he wants to thank Vietnamese officials for their support on the North Korean issue.
SOP newswire3Mattis Visiting Indonesia, Vietnam to Build Relationships - Building alliances and partners are at the crux of Defense Secretary James N. Mattis trip to the Indo-Pacific region
SOP newswire3Coalition Precision Strikes Kill Scores of ISIS Terrorists in Syria - Precision strikes killed an estimated 145-150 Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terrorists near Shafah, Syria, Jan. 20, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.
SOP newswire3UN and Partners Launch Largest-ever Humanitarian Appeal for Yemen - With the crisis in war-ravaged Yemen continuing to deteriorate, United Nations agencies and humanitarian partners have launched a $2.96 billion response plan to reach over 13 million people with lifesaving assistance.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Urges Vigilance Against anti-Semitism - Warning that hate is on the rise and that Nazi symbols, mindsets and languages are back, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres has called for vigilance against anti-Semitism and discrimination of all kinds.
SOP newswire3UN Agency for Palestine Refugee Launches Global Funding Push - The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East launched on Monday a global fundraising campaign to sustain resources for its education, health and other assistance programmes.
SOP newswire3More Flee Cameroon English-speaking Areas - As swelling numbers of people flee English-speaking areas of Cameroon for Nigeria, the United Nations on Friday expressed concern over the precarious situation of women and children, which make now up about 80 per cent of the approximately 10,000 registered refugees in eastern Nigeria Cross River state.
SOP newswire3Improved Economic Conditions Boost Air-traveller Numbers Worldwide - A record 4.1 billion passengers took to the skies in 2017 onboard some 37 million scheduled flights globally, the United Nations civil aviation agency reported Thursday, highlighting that the fastest growth was seen among low-cost carriers.
SOP newswire3Central Africa Iconic Mammals Threatened by Poachers - Elephants, giraffes, rhinos and other magnificent mammals targeted in wildlife conservation areas of Central Africa are under threat of extinction, caught in the crosshairs of armed groups and highly-militarized poachers, the United Nations environment wing warned on Friday.
SOP newswire3UN: Dialogue and Confidence Vital to Prevent, Resolve Conflicts - Worldwide concerns over nuclear weapons are the highest they have been since the Cold War, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres said Thursday, calling for comprehensive political solutions that include dialogue and negotiation to prevent, mitigate and resolve conflicts.
SOP newswire3South Sudan Conflict Grinds On - Following a two-day visit to conflict-ravaged South Sudan, where a quarter of a million children are severely malnourished and at imminent risk of death, the head of the United Nations childrens agency has said only an end to hostilities can bring back hope and safety to the children and young people there.
SOP newswire3Military Strikes Continue Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria between Jan. 12 and Jan. 18, conducting 63 strikes consisting of 102 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.
SOP newswire3Mattis Highlights Diplomatic Solution for North Korean Situation - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis has highlighted the efforts aimed at strengthening diplomatic avenues for a secure, prosperous and denuclearized Korean Peninsula.
SOP newswire3Millions Liberated From Evil of ISIS - Coalition and Iraqi forces have liberated millions of people from the evil of ISIS, with the efforts putting Iraq on a path toward greater security, an Operation Inherent Resolve official said today in Baghdad.
SOP newswire3UN Strives for Peace in Afghanistan - The United Nations Security Council, during a weekend mission to Afghanistan, reiterated its support for the Central Asian countrys efforts to restore peace, stability and progress.
SOP newswire3A Bloody Start to 2018 in Syria Over 30 Cildren Killed in Two Weeks - Only in the first 14 days of the year, more than 30 children have been killed in escalating violence in Syrias East Ghouta.
SOP newswire3Dunford Receives Award From Germany - The U.S. military draws its strength from the nations strong alliances, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here today at a ceremony in which one of those allies recognized his contributions.
SOP newswire3UN Secretary-General Guterres Expresses Full Support for Peace Process in Colombia - In an official visit to Colombia, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres on Saturday met with the countrys President in the capital, Bogota, where the UN chief said it is the duty of all the citizens of the world to support the peace process there.
SOP newswire3Iraqis Returning Home Outnumber Displaced for First Time Since 2013 - The number of Iraqis returning to their area of origin has surpassed those internally displaced for the first time since December 2013, when the country became engulfed in conflict with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant the United Nations migration agency said Friday.
SOP newswire3Deputy Secretary, Japanese Official Discuss Importance of Space Domain - Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan and Japans minister of state for space policy met yesterday to discuss the importance of space to the mutual defense of their nations and how the United States and Japan can expand cooperation in that domain as they prepare for contingencies.
SOP newswire3Defense Secretary to Visit Canada, Idaho - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis will depart Jan. 15 for a trip that will take him to Vancouver, British Columbia, where he will participate in the welcome dinner of the Vancouver Foreign Ministers Meeting on Security and Stability on the Korean Peninsula, defense officials announced today.
SOP newswire3Pentagon Officials Say Coalition Aims to Defeat ISIS Brand - The physical caliphate of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is in pieces and operations against ISIS continue in the Euphrates River valley, but the ISIS brand remains to be defeated, Pentagon officials said here today.
SOP newswire3UN: Migration Should be Act of Hope, Not Despair - Laying out his vision for concrete steps the world can take in 2018 to maximize the contribution millions of migrants are already making to our societies and to agree a set of actions to ensure that the rights of all migrants are fully respected, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres on Thursday said the issue of migration calls for a truly global response.
SOP newswire3Soldiers in Poland Try Out for Sniper School - In the world of horology -- clocks and watches -- the mechanism that tells the time is called a movement, but the added-on features of the timepiece, like a chronograph and calendar, are called complications.
SOP newswire3U.S. Airstrikes Kill Senior Terrorists in Yemen - Several key al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula leaders were killed in recent U.S. airstrikes in Yemen, U.S. Central Command officials reported today.
SOP newswire3UN Welcomes Progress on Inter-Korean Talks as Vital to Reducing Tensions in Region - Welcoming the progress made during Tuesdays high-level inter-Korean talks in the small border village of Panmunjom, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres spotlighted, among others, the agreement to reopen military channels as critical to reducing tensions in the region.
SOP newswire3UN: Rohingya Children Trapped in Appalling Conditions in Myanmar - While the eyes of the world are on Myanmars northern Rakhine and Coxs Bazaar, Bangladesh, more than 60,000 Rohingya children remain nearly forgotten, trapped in appalling camps in central Rakhine where the shelters teeter on stilts above garbage and excrement, the United Nations Childrens Fund reported Tuesday.
SOP newswire3Mattis, Japanese Counterpart Discuss Alliance - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis spoke with Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera yesterday to discuss a range of issues related to the U.S.-Japan alliance, the Pentagons chief spokesperson, Dana W. White, said in a statement following the call.
SOP newswire3UN Approves Largest-ever Emergency Funding Allocation to Scale Up Response in war-torn Yemen - Despite progress over the past month in opening Yemens Red Sea ports to commercial and aid shipments, the United Nations relief chief on Friday approved the largest-ever emergency relief allocation - $50 million - amid concerns that the humanitarian catastrophe in the war-raved country is being made worse by the recent increase in fighting and airstrikes.
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