Month: January 2018

Key UN bodies responds to Kabul terrorist attack

On Saturday, January 27, an ambulance rigged with explosives was detonated in Kabul, Afghanistan, killing 95 and leaving over 190 people injured. The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack. The attackers reportedly used an ambulance bearing the emblem of the UN Assistance Mission for Afghanistan. This, according to Tadamachi Yamamoto, the head of the […]

Australia Day ‘Change the Date’ campaign

‘Invasion Day’ rallies were held in every capital city on Australia Day last week, with the largest turnout, an estimated 50,000+ people in Melbourne listening to various activists. Professor Gary Foley in Melbourne spoke at the event saying, ‘If we keep mobilising these numbers, governments cannot ignore us’. Foley was referring to the crowd sizes […]

  THE SECRETARY-GENERAL — Video message: An alert for the world 1 January 2018   Dear friends around the world, Happy New Year. When I took office one year ago, I appealed for 2017 to be a year for peace. Unfortunately – in fundamental ways, the world has gone in reverse. On New Year’s Day 2018, […]