If left untreated, 150,000 malnourished children could die within the coming months", the officials said. "The humanitarian impact of what is happening right now is unimaginable", he said. "We are concerned that not enough has happened", he said. The north of the country, home to 78 percent of the population, had 20 days' stocks of diesel, crucial for pumping water and fighting cholera, and 10 days' stocks of gasoline, with no prospect of resupply soon, he said.
The APHR added that party's dissolution had "effectively robbed" the national elections slated for next year "of any legitimacy". In the morning session of the hearing, Ministry of Interior lawyers presented more than 20 pieces of evidence against the opposition, who had no legal representatives present during the hearing.
African elephants are classified as threatened under the Endangered Species Act , but a statement from the US Fish and Wildlife Service said that reversing the ban on trophies was meant to help elephants "by putting much-needed revenue back into conservation", as hunters will pay a large amount of money for the permits.
Greed is the third of the seven deadly sins, so it's no surprise that Pope Francis will not be driving the gold and white Lamborghini Huracán that the luxury auto manufacturer donated to the Vatican on Wednesday. ( Vatican Radio ) Pope Francis on Thursday received in audience the Bishops of Uruguay who are in the Vatican for their ad limina visit. Finally, a third contribution will be made to two Italian associations that carry out activities mainly in Africa, primarily aiding ...
Transport Authority of SMRT and Land Transport said the train experiencing accident headed towards the West, precisely in the direction of Link Tuas Station, then stalled at Joo Koon station on the East-West Line. She, along with other passengers reportedly fell on their backs. LTA deputy chief executive of infrastructure and development Chua Chong Kheng said most of the injured commuters were treated for falls and bruises, while one suffered a face injury and a broken tooth.
Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Ravi Shankar Prasad also shared the findings of the research to assert that the PM's popularity was unabated. Incidentally, Kerala was not part of the survey which was conducted between February 21 and March 10, 2017.