Daily Archives: September 13, 2019

Sudan, South Sudan Leaders Agree to Reopen Borders

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – The leaders of South Sudan and Sudan have agreed to reopen border areas between their countries in a bid to boost trade and the free …

Nigerian MPs Face Backlash, Lawsuit Over Luxury Car Budget

Thousands of Nigerians have joined a lawsuit seeking to block members of the Senate from using public money to buy luxury cars. The suit was initiated by rights groups that …

Marchers Want New Judiciary in Sudan to Try Bashir

KHARTOUM – Sudanese protesters marched on the presidential palace Thursday, demanding the country’s new leaders establish an independent judiciary to prosecute ousted president Omar al-Bashir and supporters of his regime. …

Surge in Inter-Communal Violence Worsens Humanitarian Situation in Mali

GENEVA – The U.N. organization for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, OCHA, reports a surge in conflict in central Mali is worsening humanitarian conditions for millions of people.

U.N. officials …

PRESS RELEASE BY THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT President George Vella addresses MaltMUN 2019 Conference

President George Vella gave a keynote address to distinguished guests, scholars, and students at the fifth edition of the Malta Model United Nations Society Conference entitled ‘Ego vs Leadership: Restoring …