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New UN chief faces uphill battle on conflict prevention

Content by: Integrated Regional Information Networks UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is determined to make conflict prevention a priority during his tenure, but he’s likely to find it tough convincing member states to fund peace-building ...

New Gambia, new migration?

Content by: Integrated Regional Information Networks “I am very happy to be home,” said 18-year-old Mohammed Nyabally, sitting on the steps of his uncle’s house in Serekunda, a town near The Gambia’s coast. Just two weeks earlier, he was ...

Trapped: How northwestern Syria became a cage for hundreds of thousands of civilians

Content by: Integrated Regional Information Networks The Syrian war seems to be moving toward a new phase in which President Bashar al-Assad’s rule is no longer seriously threatened, but violence continues unabated. In northwestern Syria, renewed ...

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