Guterres — Coronavirus May Spare Africa, Impoverish Africans

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has sounded a warning that millions of people in the African continent could be pushed into extreme poverty because of the new coronavirus pandemic. “The pandemic threatens African progress. It will aggravate long-standing inequalities and heighten hunger, malnutrition and vulnerability to disease,” Guterres said.

Strong Government – Universal Faith – Corona

Corona has opened up the eyes of mankind to the importance of strong government. At the time of a crisis is more realized the need for a strong government. The American entertainer Madonna in her website called Corona the great equalizer.  Bill Gates the multi billionaire said, Corona crisis is like a world war but everyone is one the same side. The statements of Madonna and Bill Gates have a great connection both expressing the need for unity in the time of a great crisis like Corona. Bill de Blasio the mayor of New York said, People need strong government for life especially in times of crisis.

Biden’s ‘New World Order’ and UN Agenda 2030 – One World Government

“The affirmative task we have now is to actually create a new world order.” — Vice President Joe Biden, April 5, 2013.

The Holy Bible of Christians teaches a prophecy of a ‘one world leader’. As we take a look at the UN Agenda, we can see ourselves getting closer to a one world government and with that, eventually, a one world leader. The idea of a One World Government/authority has been in the minds of some politicians for quite some time.

Russia is Starting to Care About Climate Change – Great News for the Environment

On March 27, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin officially signed a decree adopting a Russian amendment to the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer. The Montreal Protocol is an international treaty designed to protect the ozone layer by phasing out the production of numerous substances that are responsible for ozone depletion. It was agreed on September 16, 1987.

Maas Urges Countries to Respect Arms Embargo in Libya

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas announced on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference that the International Berlin Follow-up Commission on Libya agrees that the UN Security Council resolution on Libya is binding to all parties. Four weeks ago, world leaders in Berlin pledged to comply with the UN arms embargo on Libya and not support parties involved in Libya. But the negotiations were unsuccessful, because, through land, and sea, weapons entered the battlefield in Libya.

Israel Roundup: Elections, Airstrikes, Blacklists

Israel elections are scheduled for March 2, and each citizen has already received notice of wherein this election he will vote.  The presentation of the Deal of the Century is a big factor in the new elections. Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu have both received the proposal with favor, but the other parties, who will be important to complete the required coalition, have different opinions about the Trump Plan.

Why is Russia Opposing the Creation of the International Tribunal to Prosecute Terrorists? What is the Kremlin’s Agenda?

Russia opposes the creation of an International Tribunal to prosecute foreign terrorist fighters (FTF) operating in Syria and Iraq. The official statement was made by Vladimir Tarabrin, Director of the Department for new challenges and threats of the Russian Foreign Ministry. The timing of the statement is due to the conference that was held in Vienna, Austria this week at the OSCE headquarters titled “Foreign terrorist fighters – responding to modern challenges.”

Yemeni Minister Condemns Houthi Militias for Recruiting Children

The Minister of Information in the Yemeni government, Muammar Al-Iryani, denounced the Houthi militias for recruiting children and pushing them to the front lines, saying that the militia’s approach coincides with Iran’s behavior. The minister’s statements came at a time when the Yemeni parties supporting the legitimacy of the government expressed surprise at the calls of the UN envoy Martin Griffiths to hold new consultations with the Houthi militias before implementing the Stockholm Agreement.

UN Report: Secret Service is Houthi’s Most Influential Organ

The latest report of the UN Security Council’s team of UN experts on Yemen described the Houthi secret security weapon known as the “Preventive Security” as the group’s most influential organ. It also revealed its most repressive tasks, stressing that it operates outside known security structures, and the group’s leader, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi directly.

Libya: Parties Prepared for Peace in Precarious Predicament

News sources on Tuesday released a report from Geneva announcing progress in the Libyan peace talks. The issue is about a permanent ceasefire in the war-torn country. With the mediation of the United Nations, all parties involved in the civil war in Libya have agreed on the need for a “permanent and lasting” ceasefire to replace an uncertain truce. However, the terms of each party’s acceptance and implementation of the ceasefire are subject to discussion by their representatives.

Olê, Olê Mister – The Story of Jorge Jesus and Flamengos

The Portuguese boss has demonstrated an unlimited passion for working and for winning in six short months, challenging preexisting ideas, and awakening the sleeping giant of Brazilian soccer. 

Ask any Brazilian what he thinks of Soccer, and his response will tell you how the nation feels about the sport.

Soccer is a fundamental part of Brazil’s culture. This country has won the highest number of World Cups, is the only country to have qualified for every World Cup tournament, and holds the title of the only country which has scored the most goals of all time. It also holds the record for the highest number of consecutive wins in the World Cup play. The sport is enjoyed nationwide and has deep sentimental value for the nationals. Soccer fever is always around in Brazil, especially since Flamengo’s fate was turned around by Jorge Jesus, a Portuguese professional coach who took up the challenge.

Griffiths in Sanaa to Meet With Houthis

Martin Griffiths, the UN Special Envoy to Yemen, arrived today in Sana’a to discuss halting the military escalation and ways to hold a round of Yemeni political consultations. A news source at Sanaa International Airport said that Griffiths arrived with his assistant, Muin Shreim. Political sources confirmed that Griffiths will meet with the leaders of the Houthi militia to discuss reducing the military escalation, as part of his attempts to persuade the parties to the conflict to move towards a new round of consultations, without conditions to discuss arrangements for a political solution to the crisis in Yemen.

UN and European Union Calls to Stop Military Operations in Syria

On Friday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, called for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Idlib, saying that the latest ceasefire in Syria “failed again to protect civilians.” This came the day after 10 people, including 3 Turkish soldiers, were killed in an explosion that rocked Raqqa. “It is deeply distressing that civilians are still being killed on a daily basis in missile strikes from both the air and ground,” Bachelet said in a statement about the Russian-Turkish ceasefire, which was supposed to be implemented about a week ago in Idlib.

UN: Five Million Syrian Children Have Been Displaced

A new report by the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria shows that armed militant groups in Syria are abusing children on a wide scale. Approximately 1.5 million children have been displaced inside Syria, and 3.7 million have fled the country. The United Nations Commission announced in its new report Thursday that there have been several violations against Syrian children since last year. The Commission’s report referred to cases of children being used in suicide bombings, using child soldiers for war and raping them.

Putin’s Russia Drops Key Part of Geneva Convention – Does This Mean War with No Rules?

This month, Russia’s Gosduma approved the withdrawal from the declaration that the Soviet Union made upon ratification of the Additional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions of August 12, 1949, concerning the protection of victims of international armed conflicts. Last month, Russian president Vladimir Putin asked the Russian government to approve the withdrawal.  Of course, in Putin’s Russia the Gosduma immediately agreed to pass it into law.

One Killed, Five Wounded in Afghan Blast Targeting UN

A fоrеіgnеr wаѕ kіllеd аnd fіvе Afghаnѕ wоundеd оn Sundау in a саr explosion on a United Nations vehicle іn thе Afghаn саріtаl, Kаbul, a gоvеrnmеnt ѕроkеѕmаn ѕаіd. Afghаn Intеrіоr Mіnіѕtrу ѕроkеѕmаn Nuѕrаt Rаhіmі ѕаіd fіvе Afghаnѕ, іnсludіng two UN wоrkеrѕ, were ѕlіghtlу іnjurеd іn thе аttасk, whісh was саuѕеd bу a bоmb оn thе UN vеhісlе, wіthоut rеvеаlіng thе nаtіоnаlіtу of thе killed.

UN Calls for Competent Government in Lebanon, Aoun Asks for Help

A ѕеnіоr UN official іn Lеbаnоn саllеd fоr the speedy fоrmаtіоn of a new gоvеrnmеnt with wеll-knоwn реrѕоnаlіtіеѕ, adding that ѕuсh a government wоuld be better рlасеd tо ѕееk іntеrnаtіоnаl аіd. Meanwhile, Lеbаnоn’ѕ banks аnd ѕсhооlѕ closed on Tuеѕdау аѕ a nеw wаvе оf unrest bеgаn, аѕ politicians struggled tо agree оn a nеw gоvеrnmеnt tо рull thе соuntrу out of іtѕ wоrѕt есоnоmіс сrіѕіѕ since the 1975-1990 сіvіl war.

Iran’s Nuclear Program is Reaching Dangerous Levels – Will Resolution Be Brokered Before it’s Too Late?

Iran’s first Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri Kouhshahi attended an annual meeting organized by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). An 18th meeting of the Council of Heads of Government of Member States of the SCO was held Saturday in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. The SCO, or Shanghai Pact, is a Eurasian political, economic, and security alliance, the creation of which was announced on June 15, 2001 in Shanghai. Iran is not an official member of the SCO but very interested in joining. He was observed having great interest in reciprocal agreements with Uzbekistan.

Will Russia’s Nuclear Arms Race Be Underwater? And the Truth Behind the Nuclear Explosion

The latest tragedy was an explosion at the Nenoksa Missile Test Site near Severodvink, a region in northern Russia. Indeed, as many as fifteen may have been harmed in the accident, seven died. A  clear notice was issued to ships that they could not enter a 250-square kilometer area close to the accident. The innuendos followed in the Western media and experts put forth theories around it is being Burevestnik, claiming the explosion is due to the testing of a nuclear powered cruise missile. According to NATO the classification is SSC X-9 Skyfall (Russian classification 9M730-Burevestnik).

UN, Liberals Usher End While Bible Prophecy Gains Momentum

The United Nations, (UN), has released a Compendium from the United Nations Office Of Counter-Terrorism, and plans are made to move the entire world unto a dominant state of technology slavery. The Compendium, subtitled, United Nations Compendium of Recommended Practices for the Responsible Use and Sharing of Biometrics in Counter-Terrorism, lends itself to scrutiny because of the biometric screening abilities that are already in place around the globe.