Positive momentum in Central African Republic must be maintained |

Mankeur Ndiaye, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of UN peacekeeping operation, MINUSCA, underlined the need to maintain “positive momentum” as the authorities strive to achieve democracy and stability…

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‘Sexism and misogyny’ heightened; women’s freedoms supressed |

Presenting her report on gender justice and free expression, Special Rapporteur on protecting freedom of opinion and expression, Irene Khan, said that “women’s voices are suppressed, controlled or punished explicitly by laws,…

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UN chief ‘deeply concerned’ at reported air strikes on Tigray capital  |

Speaking to reporters in New York, the UN Spokesperson said the Organization was still trying to verify the details, but it is worried about the potential impact on civilians who reside or work in the affected areas.  According to…

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ICO to step in after schools use facial recognition to speed up lunch queue | Facial recognition

The Information Commissioner’s Office is to intervene over concerns about the use of facial recognition technology on pupils queueing for lunch in school canteens in the UK.Nine schools in North…

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