“The Majlis – Cultures in Dialogue” Receives a Grand Opening on November 29 at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris

PARIS, December 1, 2018/PRNewswire/ —

Under the patronage of his Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of The State of Qatar, and Her Excellency Ms. Audrey Azouly, Director-General of UNESCO

Following its highly successful showcase at the

“The Majlis – Cultures in Dialogue” Receives a Grand Opening on November 29 at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris

PARIS, December 1, 2018/PRNewswire/ —

Under the patronage of his Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of The State of Qatar, and Her Excellency Ms. Audrey Azouly, Director-General of UNESCO

Following its highly successful showcase at the

UNKNOWN GUNMEN RAPE 125 WOMEN IN SOUTH SUDAN, SAYS AID AGENCY; GOVT DENIES REPORT

JUBA, Unknown gunmen have raped 125 women during a 10-day spree of violence in the northern town of Bentiu in South Sudan, the aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said on Friday, but local officials disputed the report.

South Sudan …

UNKNOWN GUNMEN RAPE 125 WOMEN IN SOUTH SUDAN, SAYS AID AGENCY; GOVT DENIES REPORT

JUBA, Unknown gunmen have raped 125 women during a 10-day spree of violence in the northern town of Bentiu in South Sudan, the aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said on Friday, but local officials disputed the report.

South Sudan …

G-20: Snubs and Slights Choreographed With Intricate Care

Traditionally, G-20 summits are staid affairs and despite the fact consensus on trade, development and climate issues regularly eludes the gatherings, at least efforts are made to conjure up formal bonhomie. But awkwardness rather than affability was more to the …

At G-20, Possible ‘Breakthrough’ on World Trade Organization Seen After All-night Talks

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, All-night talks at the Group of 20 summit have resulted in a possible “breakthrough” on fixing the global trading system, European diplomats said Saturday as the gathering entered its crucial second and final day in the Argentine …

SUDAN: PRES BASHIR SAYS WAR IN DARFUR IS ‘A QUESTION OF THE PAST’

KHARTOUM, The people of Darfur have left conflicts behind, as they have tasted the bitterness of war and learned their lessons, Sudanese President Omar Bashir has said.

Bashir, who is currently touring the region, was quoted by the official media …