Sudan

17 Jun 19
WGN-TV

KHARTOUM, Sudan — Sudan’s former President Omar al-Bashir appeared in public on Sunday for the first time since his ouster, as he was led away to a prosecutor’s office in a corruption probe. The deposed strongman has been held under arrest in the capital, Khartoum, since the military removed him from power in April amid […]

17 Jun 19
anna ferris

The Sudanese people are protesting and resisting the regime of Omar Al-Bashir through civil disobedience and nonviolent tactics. Although Omar Al-Bashir was ousted in April of 2019, the Transitional Military Council (which is led by former regime members) is refusing to hand over power to a civilian led government. The Sudanese people know that military […]

17 Jun 19
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17 Jun 19
The Night Watchman

Blog note. Jesus indicated that ‘fearful sights’ (various natural disasters) would occur leading up to the time known as the Tribulation and Great Tribulation (a combined seven year period of great destruction on earth). Although these types of things have occurred in the past for centuries and thousands of years, they could be identified as […]

17 Jun 19
#SaveInsan Save Insan | #InsanCare Insan Care

Menghargai tindakbalas tentera turki, dan sebagai tentera #Insan dan Islam menjadi kewajipan Melindungi, Mempertahankan Dan Wajib Menentang Dan Membalas Setiap Perlakuan Jahat, Kezaliman Dan Pembunuhan #Insan Awam Yang Tidak BerHAK Diperlakukan. Tidak Sesekali cuba nengambil sikap hanya ketika “kita diserang” dan meninggalkan tututan dan akidah islam yang dengan jelas menuntut “Melindungi, Mempertahankan Dan Wajib Menentang […]

17 Jun 19
SqueezeShure

KINDLY SHARE THIS STORY Tobi Aworinde, Abuja The Global Peace Index has ranked Nigeria 148th among 163 independent states and territories, according to their level of peacefulness. Nigeria retained the 148th spot from last year. The 2019 edition of the GPI, which is described as the world’s leading measure of global peacefulness, placed Nigeria among […]

17 Jun 19
GE2P2 Global :: Publishing & Operations Site

Conflict – Missing Persons Security Council Adopts First-Ever Resolution on Persons Reported Missing during Armed Conflict, as Speakers Call for Greater Political Will to Address Problem 11 June 2019 SC/13835 The Security Council adopted today its first-ever resolution dealing specifically with persons reported missing in armed conflict, with briefers and delegates — concerned that the […]

17 Jun 19
GE2P2 Global :: Publishing & Operations Site

Emergencies POLIO Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) Regular Weekly Update not published. :::::: :::::: Editor’s Note: WHO has posted a refreshed emergencies page which presents an updated listing of Grade 3,2,1 emergencies as below. WHO Grade 3 Emergencies [to 15 Jun 2019] Democratic Republic of the Congo :: 45: Situation report on the […]

17 Jun 19
The Lifestyle Journey of A Young Muslim Woman

Hey there!   As per title, you can assume what the article is about. The Sudanese internet has faced a blackout, meaning no one in the country has internet access. So if you are not informed about what is going on in Sudan, let me break it down for you in the quickest way possible: […]

17 Jun 19
Statement Wire

The veteran diplomat previously served as U.S. special envoy for Sudan and South Sudan during the Obama administration. from NBC News World News https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/state-department-appoints-sudan-special-envoy-after-bloody-crackdown-n1017191?cid=public-rss_20190617 via IFTTT

17 Jun 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
The recent commentary from opinion writer Megan McArdle was a bit “odd” in its relation to her opposition to abortion, especially in light of her commentary piece titled “Yes, women’s reproductive health is about access” in which she never addressed. However, I do applaud her attempt at educating the reader on the very real and immediate crisis of the rise in antibiotic-resistant organisms and infectious diseases worldwide. When offering some explanation as to why government and industry wasn’t investing in this area, Dr. Michael Blum, the Federal Drug Administration’s Deputy Director of pharmacovigilance and epidemiology (the division of anti-infective drug products), said “there was complacency in the 1980s – the perception was that we had licked the bacterial infection problem … in the meantime, resistance increased to a number of commonly used antibiotics …”. We now know that this resistance is primarily due to a complex web of market-driven antibiotic overuse, from prescribing for common colds to antibiotics in livestock feed. Couple all of this to an increasingly warming planet, deforestation, increasing world population and destabilizations of peoples home countries. In 2015 Dr. Seth Berkley, epidemiologist and CEO of GAVI, a vaccine alliance, stated that the biggest threat of all are global epidemics. “A billion people travel outside of their home countries these days, there are 66 million displaced people. I often have dinner in Nairobi, breakfast in London and lunch in New York, that is within the incubation period of any of these infectious diseases”. And flu variations are the worst. As I write this the current outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo has reached 2,000 confirmed cases, just 10 months since the first case was identified there. The director of the World Health Organization Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesos recently tweeted “The tragedy is that we have the technical means to stop Ebola, but until all parties halt attacks on the response, it will be very difficult to end this outbreak”. Since 1976 Ebola outbreaks and cases have occurred in Sudan, Liberia, Guinea, Zaire, Gabon, DRC, Uganda, Cote d’lvoire, Nigeria, Mali, Senegal, Russia, Phillipines, South Africa, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom and the U.S. Ebola does not discriminate. Ms. McArdle wrote “the best time to tackle such serious threat is when it’s still small, but growing. That time is now … (including) support for public health …” Air pollution alone kills more than 7 million people a year, which negatively impacts local and global economies and disproportionately affects the young, old and immunocompromised. Ms. McArdle also suggested that “if just one-tenth of the passion that women put into abortion rights were put into developing new antibiotics” assumption is that there would no longer be infections associated with abortion? Ms. McArdle could have encouraged all women, anti-abortion and pro-choice alike. Men too, from all political and ideological worlds to passionately support public policy that would incentivize and support all aspects of a healthy community. From providing access to both prenatal care and postnatal care, affordable childcare, early childhood education, healthy soil, clean air and water. Our current economic model does not provide financial incentives on prevention, including a woman’s right to access reproductive healthcare. There are no economic incentives for vaccine, antibiotic research, development, production, distribution and access to critical medication. We have the resources, we are a very wealthy country, we have all the essential ingredients for a truly pro-life world. The WHO’s Dr. Tedro tweeted it best, “Until all parties halt attacks on the response …” only then can we address these issues in a rational and humane way. Lisa Johnson lives in Santa Cruz.
17 Jun 19
OPEN HEAVEN FOR TODAY, RCCG OPEN HEAVEN DEVOTIONAL 2019

TODAY’S MORNING DECLARATIONS MONDAY 17TH JUNE 2019 This New week, the presence of God will go with you and your household in Jesus Name! May His Grace Always sufficient for You all through the week, in Jesus Name! Let the blessings of this today, 17th June 2019 locate You in Jesus Name! May that garment […]

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

In our series of letters from African journalists, Zeinab Mohammed Salih describes what life is like without the internet for Sudan’s revolutionaries. Many Sudanese are still in shock after the crackdown by security forces who brutally broke up the crowds at the sit-in outside the military headquarters on 3 June. The opposition says more than […]

16 Jun 19
The Procrastinator's Library

Unrest in an African country? Sounds like a day ending in y or so your 16th – 20th century colonizers would have you believe. Bloody Africans cant keep their heads above water without the aid of a brutal dictator or European colonizer. Smh! Sudan has gone from the country most well known from being the […]

16 Jun 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Sudan’s ex-president Omar al-Bashir leaves the office of the anti-corruption prosecutor in Khartoum [Umit Bektas/Reuters] Sudan‘s former President Omar al-Bashir has appeared in public for the first time since his overthrow by the military following months of mass protests against 30-years of his autocratic rule.  Dressed in a white robe and turban, the toppled leader […]