Browsing Tag

persons

Ethiopia: Tigray Kicks Off Resettlement of Internally Displaced Persons

Tigray Resettlement of Displaced Folk Underway in Ethiopia Tigray Resettlement of Displaced Folk Underway in Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA - The freshly minted Tigray government has embarked on settling internally displaced persons (IDPs). This action comes after more than two years of brutal conflict between Tigray People's Liberation Force (TPLF) and Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF), which caused widespread death and displacement. Lt. General Tadesse Werede, the Vice President of the Tigray…

emotions and anger after a young person’s death

A film student at the University of Kinshasa was killed and another was injured over the weekend by a police officer from a nearby police station. The police recognize a mistake, but assure in a statement that it is by mistake that a warning shot reached the victims. The Academic Secretary-General of the University of Kinshasa urged the students to remain calm and demanded that justice be done.…

emergency aid for displaced persons from Goma arrives

Ten days after the eruption of Nyiragongo, seismic activity seems to be calming in Goma, but the governor's order to evacuate the city remains in force. While some displaced people are beginning to return home, the majority are away from the provincial capital. They are 514,000 displaced, according to UN estimates, including about 60,000 in Sake, west of the provincial capital. The thing where…

in Rwanda, the reception of displaced persons is organized

Nearly 400,000 people fled to the city of Goma on Thursday, threatened by a new eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano. With our special correspondent in Rubavu, Laure broulardThey are a few thousand who have arrived since Thursday at the Rwandan border, sometimes at the end of long walks and loaded with everything they could take…

the situation of 21,000 displaced persons in

The UNHCR, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Displaced Persons, is making an alarming assessment of the situation in the Grand Kasai region, where there are more than 21,000 displaced people. This situation follows clashes between ethnic groups Luba and Kuva due to land disputes. The fighting has left at least thirteen dead and nearly 200 houses set on fire in just over two weeks, according to the UNHCR, which has forced tens of thousands of people to flee in an emergency. UNHCR is particularly…

mobilization of Biram Dah Abeid in opposition to stateless individuals

A quarter of the Mauritanian population is still without civil status. A continuing situation that deplores the parliamentarian and human rights activist, President of the Abolitionist Movement (IRA-Mauritania). Biram Dah Abeid on Monday, March 29, called on the authorities to put an end to "statelessness among these Mauritanians in their own country". He went to a registration center in Nouakchott to…

5 individuals prosecuted for violation of

Of the seven people arrested last week by state security, five are being prosecuted. The transitional authorities did not talk about this topic, but RFI was able to cross-check a certain amount of unpublished information. Two people were released, five others transferred to the gendarmerie. Sékou Traoré, chief of staff for the…

Nigeria: Entry to Hygiene for Displaced Individuals in Benue State (1/2)

4.5 billion folks on the planet nonetheless don't have entry to protected sanitation. Nigeria is the second worst nation on the earth on this space: 23% of the inhabitants in probably the most populous nation in Africa - or 46 million folks, together with many youngsters - don't have entry to a sanitation system and are pressured to defecate open air, with severe well being dangers.…

at least 25 died after the attack on a convoy of displaced persons

Twenty people are still missing, according to local authorities, after the attack, which was aimed at a convoy of IDPs returning to their hometowns in the North-Central region. The attack took place overnight Monday through Tuesday. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees mentions at least 25 people killed. as reported from Ouagadougou, These people had fled attacks by armed groups. Thinking of a lull, they had decided to return to their hometown. The convoy consisted of about fifty internally displaced…

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More