Voice Of America
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2 million people, is threatened by the drought. The U.N. Children's Fund said children were the most vulnerable. Christiane Boulierac, a UNICEF spokesman, said the number of children suffering from severe acute malnutrition "is expected to rise to 270,000 in the next few months." Flight to urban areas The UNHCR said thousands of people were leaving their homes and heading for urban areas, including the Somali capital, Mogadishu, because of the drought, rising food prices and dry weather forecasts — all problems compounded by continuing warfare. Dobbs told VOA the Somali government was taking this situation very seriously, and that this was a very personal matter for President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, who was Somalia's prime minister during the 2011 famine disaster. The president wants to make sure that scenes that marked those days are not repeatedscenes of "people walking for days and days and arriving in dreadful physical shape, and where children were suffering from acute malnutrition.
RT News
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The Russian defense minister has warned against telling “a bear what to do,” as he was commenting on his British counterpart, describing Russia as “a bear” and saying the West does not need it “sticking its paws in” Libya. Read Full Article at RT.com
ABC News - Australia
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Sputnik International
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The Norwegian Minister of the European Economic Area and EU Affairs says that Norway would like to participate in the arrangements between London and Brussels regarding the internal market.
Voice Of America
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The Canary
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Hundreds of refugees are due to commence class action against illegal detention. If successful, the judgement would set a precedent and send a signal to governments that they have a legal responsibility of care to all refugees and asylum seekers. That would be bad news for both British Prime Minister Theresa May and US President [...] The post Theresa May and Donald Trump just got some... Visit www.thecanary.co to read more.
Sky News
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Would you like to see him address the? It is an issue, I think the Chancellor and Prime Minister both now, a number of colleagues legitimately arguing this is sudden and in some cases Savage, that is their view, and I think they would like to say a weight that is ameliorated over a period of time or do a rethink. I do not know the government position, I have not gotten directly involved myself, I have left that to others.
ABC News - New South Wales
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BBC News 24
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At the end of the day, given time, they will all be pushed out and I think he was just one of our guests joining me tonight are former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann and the Evening Standard columnist Mihir Bose. A heterosexual couple have lost their court battle to have a civil partnership, rather than be married.
Sky News
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You would like to see that on, you decide that, everybody here, and indeed more. We do not have a problem, nor does the Prime Minister, but she legitimately wants to ask the EU, as we leave, to do the same for our people, that is a fair balance.
Sky News
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David Cameron, when he was Prime Minister, Francois Hollande took over, but in high tax rates, he said he was rolling out the red carpet for the French.
Daily Express
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Sputnik International
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The Guardian - Network Front
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The Economic Times
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Sky News
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All of us are mothers, have been in the Army. We're all going to the Army will wear a cape. Now we are raising kids. Mother of soldiers, fighters just like him. How can I send my kid to the Army now? I will send him, and shoot to kill. His lawyer said the conviction will be appealed. Some politicians including the Israeli Prime Minister that tonight you have called for him to be pardoned.
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
Despite the pressure of events, he appeared to revel in the attention of the Western correspondents who mobbed him at briefings, and was happy to respond to them at length in fluent English. He went on to serve as deputy Russian foreign minister and ambassador to Belgium and then to Canada, eventually moving to the United Nations in 2006. In his last interview, given to the state-funded Russia Today earlier this month, Churkin argued that the United Nations was ever more essential for resolving conflicts around the world. "I think the U.N. continues to be an indispensable mechanism," he said. "Without the U.N., we would be acting all on our own." The post Russia's U.N. Envoy Churkin Dies Suddenly in New York appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
SABC Digital News
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Channel 4
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The bid to win expat votes, and to lure British bankers to France after Brexit, comes weeks before the first round in a wide-open contest. Monsieur Macron has been to Downing Street to meet the Prime Minister, and he's currently addressing French voters in Westminster. Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman is there. Well, Mr Macron is still on his feet.
Channel 4
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How can I send my kids to the army now? I am going to send them, I am going to tell them to shoot to kill. He's already spent a year in jail, his family is broken, his father had a stroke, his mother's collapsed, and he's got no backing from our government. I don't blame the army, I blame Bibi. Bibi, the Prime Minister, Benjamin at an yahoo, has gone from backing the military to last month asking for him to be pardoned.
Channel 4
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Mr Miah's school is seeking an explanation, so too the local council, and the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones this afternoon asking the Foreign Secretary to pursue this matter directly with US authorities. The American industry in London today, meanwhile, offered no comment on the matter. -- the American Embassy. Still to come tonight: The Government says Brexit will transform UK farming. But could the end of subsidies also mean an end to sheep on our landscape? And Uber says it will conduct an "urgent investigation" into claims of sexual harassment at the company.
Channel 4
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He says he's been given no explanation for what happened, and today the Welsh First Minister has written to the Foreign Secretary seeking urgent clarification. Our home affairs correspondent Andy Davies has this. Just been kicked off the plane, and not going to New York.
BBC News 24
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One of the reasons for doing this programme is to monitor the rise of populism in the West. From Brexit, to Donald Trump and the French election - there appears to be a trend. But we suspect you wouldn't put Canada in that basket. They have welcomed 40,000 Syrian refugees - you'll remember the pictures of some of those families being welcomed at the airport by the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau - but somewhat surprisingly, Canada does have its own populist movement. Samira Hussain reports.
euronews
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