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Harris Tours Zambian Farm with Climate Change in Mind
Vice President Kamala Harris on Saturday toured a farm outside Zambia's capital that's using new techniques and technology to boost its vegetable crop as she highlighted ways to secure food supplies in an age of climate change. "It's an example of what can be done around the world," she said after walking past rows of peppers and inspecting a drip irrigation system. Unlike in the United States, where conversations about climate change usually revolve around...

Sat, 01 Apr 2023 19:40:26 -0400

Sudan Delays Signing of Deal to Usher in Civilian Government
Sudan's military leaders and pro-democracy forces will delay the signing of an agreement to usher in a civilian government, both sides said in a joint statement issued early Saturday. The postponement of the signing — which had been scheduled for later Saturday — comes as key security reform negotiations between the Sudanese army and the country's powerful paramilitary Rapid Support Forces appear to have reached a deadlock. Military generals met with pro-democracy leaders...

Sat, 01 Apr 2023 15:36:28 -0400

UN Food Chief: Billions Needed to Avert Unrest, Starvation
Without billions of dollars more to feed millions of hungry people, the world will see mass migration, destabilized countries, and starving children and adults in the next 12-18 months, the head of the Nobel prize-winning U.N. World Food Program warned Friday. David Beasley praised increased funding from the United States and Germany last year, and urged China, Gulf nations, billionaires and other countries “to step up big time.” In an interview before he hands the reins of the world’s...

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UN Weekly Roundup: March 25-31, 2023
Editor's note: Here is a fast take on what the international community has been up to this past week, as seen from the United Nations perch. Vanuatu leads action on climate justice The U.N. General Assembly adopted a landmark resolution Wednesday that will ask the International Court of Justice to issue an advisory opinion on the obligations of states under international law to protect the rights of present and future generations from the impact of climate change. The Pacific island...

Fri, 31 Mar 2023 21:27:40 -0400

VP Harris Praises Tanzania's President for Strengthening Democracy 
Human rights activists are voicing appreciation for U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris's recognition of efforts by Tanzania’s president to strengthen democracy in the country. In Dar es Salaam on Thursday, Harris oversaw the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two countries, covering a range of issues. In a joint press briefing at Dar es Salaam State House, Harris hailed President Samia Hassan. “You have been a champion in terms of democratic reforms in this country...

Fri, 31 Mar 2023 21:20:20 -0400

Namibia Looks East for Green Hydrogen Partnerships
The administrator of the National Energy Administration of China, Zhang Jinhua, on Friday paid a visit to Namibia President Hage Geingob. The visit is aimed at establishing cooperation in the area of green hydrogen production. Namibia is positioning itself as a future green hydrogen producer to attract investment from the globe’s leading and fastest growing producer of renewable energy — China. James Mnyupe, Namibia’s green hydrogen commissioner and economic adviser to the president, told...

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