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Welcoming peaceful presidential election in Togo, Ban calls for continued calm atmosphere
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the peaceful conduct of the presidential election in Togo, which took place on Saturday.


Coalition Casualty Count: OEF/Afghanistan News
This is the syndication feed for icasualties.Org OEF Coalition Casualties News







afghanistantimes- IEDs hamper humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan
Expressing serious concerns over use of the improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in the conflict zones, a British nonprofit organization said that humanitarian efforts were hampered by the IEDs in war zones such as Afghanistan. In its report released the other day, Chatham House said the IEDs were posing great threat to the nonprofit organizations in the war-hit countries including Afghanistan. The report titled “The Impact of IEDs on the Humanitarian Space in Afghanistan” tells about threat posed by the IEDs to humanitarian operations in the countries that are caught by conflicts and chaos.


KP- Afghanistan could face war with ISIS (Daesh), Ismail Khan says
The former Afghan Minister of Energy and Water and one of the most powerful warlords, Ismail Khan, has warned that Afghanistan could face a war with the terrorists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) if the current situation persists without any improvement.







Secretary-General appoints new acting Special Representative for UN Mission against Ebola
The United Nations Secretary-General today announced the appointment of Peter Jan Graaff of the Netherlands as the Secretary-General's Acting Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER).


At meeting on nuclear disarmament, UN chief warns of ‘dangerous return’ to Cold War mentalities
Progress in working towards global nuclear non-proliferation has stalled and the trend towards “nuclear zero” is reversing, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned today as he called on Member States to urgently ramp up efforts in tackling nuclear disarmament.







UN warns Central African Republic is becoming largest forgotten humanitarian crisis
The Central African Republic (CAR) is quickly becoming the largest forgotten humanitarian crisis of our time with some 60 percent of its population in need of aid, including nearly 900,000 people forcibly displaced by conflict, but assistance programmes remain “dramatically underfunded,” the United Nations refugee agency said today.


KP- Taliban shadow District Governor among seven arrested in Ghazni
The National Directorate of security (NDS) – Afghanistan’s intelligence agency – has arrested a shadow District Governor of Taliban among six insurgents in Ghazni province. A statement issued Wednesday afternoon by NDS states that Bismillah alias Tayeb S/O Haji Shir Agha was the so-called Taliban governor for Ajristan District who is arrested with six other insurgents during an operation.










 
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