GENEVA – Delegates attending the inaugural United Nations Permanent Forum on People of African Descent here have supported the CARICOM 10-point reparation plan, calling for its adoption globally.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Amid continuing gang warfare and a vacuum of law and order, Haiti is “on the verge of an abyss” said the United Nations human rights chief Volker Türk on Thursday, warning that any hope of a sustainable recovery requires “urgent and sustained action” to tackle the root causes of the overlapping crises afflicting the island nation.
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