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El Niño: 23 of 28 Malawian Districts in a State of Disaster

What You Need to Know: Speaking from Malawi’s State House tonight, President Dr Lazarus Chakwera has announced a state of disaster in 23 of the country's 28 districts due to drought and flood cycles brought on by the weather event ‘El Niño.’  The President announced close to 2 million households in...

Kenya Delays Deployment to Haiti Following Haitian PM’s Resignation

Another Delay Kenya's police deployment to Haiti, which has already faced several months of delays, has faced yet another delay as the Kenyan government announced that they were delaying their deployment to Haiti after the Haitian Prime Minister, Ariel Henry, resigned on Monday. Kenya's Foreign Affairs Secretary, Korir Sing'oei, stated that...

Haitian Prime Minister Resigns

Nearing Collapse Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry has resigned after a week of a State of Emergency being declared within Haiti. The PM had faced extensive pressure, both domestically and internationally, in order to resign. Last week, a state of emergency was declared after the nations gangs, in particular the G9...

Ramadan Begins in Gaza, Ceasefire Talks Stall as Fighting and Crisis Continue

Religious Holiday and the War: As Palestinians begin to observe Ramadan, the holy month for Muslims often known for the observation of fasting from sunrise to sunset, bombardment from Israeli strikes and nutritional deficiency due to a lack of meals per day and lack of caloric-rich food continue to heavily...

African Union to Host ‘Strategic Review’ of Pretoria Agreement

Two Years On Following the signature of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement, or the Pretoria Agreement in 2022, the War in Tigray came to an end. The Pretoria Agreement, established by the African Union (AU), carried with it a number of different provisions aimed at creating a lasting peace between...

Ship with Gaza Aid Prepares to Depart From Cyprus

What Happened: A ship with humanitarian aid is preparing to leave Cyprus and head to Gaza. International donors opened up a corridor by sea to supply Palestinians stuck in the besieged area with food and medicine. The opening of the corridor is followed by recent airdrops of aid into the...

Week's Recap

Germany Denies Participating in Genocide by Arming Israel

Germany stated that the nation has not participated in...

Indonesia Denies Claims of Normalisation with Israel

Israeli media have claimed that Indonesia is about to...

Western Nations Press for Peace in Sudan

Representatives from various western entities have met in Oslo...

Haitian Transitional Presidential Council to End Mandate in 2026

What You Need to Know: Following a Tuesday announcement by...
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