UN: Food Aid Dwindling in World’s Fastest-growing Refugee Crisis

Food aid soon will run out for nearly a million South Sudanese sheltering in Uganda in what has become the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis, the United Nations refugee chief said Friday.

“Disturbing shortfalls are emerging in critical areas such as …

DRC: High Commissioner Zeid welcomes creation of international investigation into Kasais

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein on Friday said the creation of an international investigation into allegations of gross violations and abuses in the Kasai regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo sends a strong message …

DRC: High Commissioner Zeid welcomes creation of international investigation into Kasais

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein on Friday said the creation of an international investigation into allegations of gross violations and abuses in the Kasai regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo sends a strong message …

South Sudan Famine Eases, but Millions Still Food-insecure

Famine has eased in the Leer and Mayendit counties of South Sudan’s Unity state, but Oxfam America warns that 45,000 people in the two counties and parts of former Jonglei state are still facing famine-like conditions, while 6 million people …

AS FAMINE EBBS, UN WARNS MILLIONS IN SOUTH SUDAN STILL FACES ‘EXTREME HUNGER’

While famine has eased in South Sudan, the situation across the crisis-torn country remains dire, as the number of people struggling to find food each day has grown from 4.9 million in February to six million today � the highest …

New Trump Executive Order May Increase US Visa Wait Times

The wait for visitor visas to the United States could get a little longer.

White House and State Department officials said Thursday that a new executive order revoking an Obama-era guideline on processing times at consulates was made in the …

South Sudan Famine Eases, but Millions Still Food-insecure

Famine has eased in the Leer and Mayendit counties of South Sudan’s Unity state, but Oxfam America warns that 45,000 people in the two counties and parts of former Jonglei state are still facing famine-like conditions, while 6 million people …