(STL.News) In tonight’s edition: UN leaders allege possible crimes against humanity in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, including Eritrean troops, as they urged a pullout by the neighboring country, which denies involvement. The UN also warned of potentially catastrophic hunger as it pleaded for urgent humanitarian access. And as Ivory Coast gears up towards legislative elections, dozens of opposition party members and activists remain behind bars. Finally, we take you to Congo-Brazzaville, where despite living in a country with vast natural resources, many people still live without electricity.
(STL.News) French President Emmanuel #Macron? said on Tuesday all French people who are willing to be vaccinated will be offered a #vaccine? by the end of summer. Wikipedia page – COVID-19 pandemic in France ? […]
(STL.News) French Prime Minister Jean Castex announced Friday that France will bar travel to and from non-EU countries and close large shopping centres in a bid to avoid a third Covid-19 lockdown. For some French […]
(STL.News) Ethiopian refugees are evacuating border camps as aid resources are diverted to Um Rakouba camp. The countries main camp, where many still lack food and shelter. ? YouTube video provided courtesy of WION News […]