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Signs of mounting hunger are already being felt around the region, where desperate citizens are violating quarantines to go out in search of money and food and hanging red and white flags from their homes in a cry for aid.
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Millions of migrants who rely on Europe's informal economy have hit rock bottom, creating a domino effect in North Africa and the Middle East.
The international community must act in tandem to prevent a major food shortage that will disproportionately hurt developing countries.
The island nation has sent around 1,200 healthcare workers largely to vulnerable African and Caribbean nations but also to rich European countries such as Italy that have been particularly hard hit by the novel coronavirus.
From digitising dissent in Lebanon to cultivating new networks in India, the pandemic is not killing anti-government protests, but giving them a new direction.
From accusations of the march being dominated by white women to snubbing Black Lives Matter, the event was marred by several controversies, affecting the turnout.
Instead of acting as a stabilising force, UN peacekeeping troops have fathered hundreds of children after sexually exploiting local girls as young as 11, leaving them behind without any support, according to a new comprehensive report.
Since coming to power in February 2017, Moise has faced the anger of an opposition movement that refuses to recognise his victory in an election widely seen as dubious. And protests turned violent in late August due to a national fuel shortage.
Several people have died in the past three weeks amid the often violent political clashes.
The latest protest against Haitian President Jovenel Moise follows a strike Monday and Tuesday that shut schools, businesses, and government offices, halted public transport and suspended a Parliament session.
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