Human Rights Council opening & other topics - Daily Briefing (26 February 2018)


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Daily Press Briefing: Syria/Switzerland, Syria, Sexual Harassment, South Sudan, Burundi, OCHA, Somalia, Papua New Guinea, Digitization, Honour Roll Noon Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the UN Secretary General. HIGHLIGHTS: - “EASTERN GHOUTA CANNOT WAIT, IT IS HIGH TIME TO STOP THIS HELL ON EARTH”, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL - SYRIA: U.N. READY TO SUPPORT AID CONVOYS TO EASTERN GHOUTA AS SOON AS CONDITIONS ALLOW - U.N. HELPLINE ON SEXUAL HARRASMENT TO LAUNCH TOMORROW - SOUTH SUDAN: U.N. MISSION ACTS ON ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AGAINST U.N. POLICE OFFICERS - ALMOST TWO THIRDS OF SOUTH SUDAN POPULATION AT RISK OF RISING HUNGER – U.N. AGENCIES - BURUNDI: U.N. ENVOY WARNS POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT NOT CONDUCIVE TO CREDIBLE ELECTIONS, STRESSES NEED FOR DIALOGUE - U.N. DEPUTY RELIEF CHIEF ARRIVES IN CHAD TO SPOTLIGHT HUMANITARIAN NEEDS - SOMALIA: SECRETARY-GENERAL SPEAKS OUT AGAINST ATTACKS IN MOGADISHU - U.N. READY TO SUPPORT PAPUA NEW GUINEA IN WAKE OF EARTHQUAKE - U.N. MAKES PROGRESS IN DIGITIZATION OF 70 YEARS OF DOCUMENTS - GRENADA AND MAURITIUS PAY FULL U.N. DUES Full Highlights: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/noon-briefing-highlight?date%5Bvalue%5D%5Bdate%5D=26%20February%202018
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