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Minister Bennett Resolves Crisis, But The Real Work Starts For The Wet’suwet’en.

Reading Time: 2 minutes A Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief, the Federal Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and the British Columbia Indigenous Relations Minister Scott Fraser have reached a proposed arrangement in discussing a pipeline dispute that has prompted solidarity protests across Canada in recent weeks. They would not give details on the proposed arrangement, saying it first has to be Read More…

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Pope Francis Forms Child Protection Task Force

Reading Time: 2 minutes Following up on a plan announced at last year’s Meeting for the Protection of Minors in the Church, Pope Francis has launched a task force to help Bishops’ Conferences prepare and update child protection guidelines. Pope Francis has established a task force “in order to assist the Episcopal Conferences in the preparation and updating of Read More…

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Trump Administration Agrees To Peace Deal With Taliban

Reading Time: < 1 minute After almost two decades of fighting, a signed declaration with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the United States’ and with the Taliban, paves the way for a meaningful peace process and an end to the bloody conflict in Afghanistan. Thanks to the efforts of coalition forces, Afghanistan is no longer a safe haven for international Read More…

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United States To Provide $30.4 Million To Support Democratic Elections In Ethiopia

Reading Time: < 1 minute USAID will strengthen the capacity of Ethiopian civil society organizations and political parties to respond to the needs of all Ethiopians more effectively. The United States and the National Elections Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) signed a memorandum of understanding for a new $30.4 million program to support the upcoming national elections. United States Agency for Read More…

CoronaVirus Middle East

Pakistan Reopens borders With Iran After A Week Of Closure

Reading Time: < 1 minute TEHRAN – Pakistan on Saturday reopened its border crossings with Iran after it closed them due to coronavirus outbreak in the region including Sistan-Balouchestan province in southeastern Iran.  Three hundred Pakistani passengers had travelled to Iran but faced border closure at the Sistan-Balouchestan crossing between the two countries. The Novel Coronavirus had spread to 26 Read More…