HumAngle Media Daily Recap 8/25/2022

 

Daily Recap

Here is our recap of today's news.

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Cameroon Shutsdown 30 Mining Sites After Fatal Landslide

Not less than 30 mining sites, all located around the eastern borders of Cameroon, have this week been sealed by the government of the central African country following a landslide incident that claimed 33 lives, officials say.  The sealed gold mines include the ones owned by indigenous miners and those supervised by the Chinese. The …

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Links Between Climate Crisis, Violence Against Children Should Be Addressed – Report

Limits to the study of the impacts of climate change on children are inhibiting child protection efforts, argues Barnfonden, a member of the ChildFund Alliance. According to a report published by the Swedish child rights organisation, “in the rapidly changing climate we are experiencing, we cannot afford to sit on the bench. We need to …

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1 Dead, Others Face Arrest As Youths Attack UN Base In DR Congo

One young man was killed, and two others were arrested when Democratic Republic of Congo security forces repelled ‘attacks’ on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, on a United Nations Organisation Stabilisation Mission in DR Congo (MONUSCO) base in Butembo town, North Kivu. According to the spokesperson of the Operations Sokola 1 of the Congolese army, Captain …

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Flooding Divides Paoua Town In Central Africa Republic, Following Torrential Rains

Paoua town in the northwest of the Central African Republic has since Sunday, August 21, 2022, been cut in two after torrential rains led to flash floods that swept away the bridge linking the two sections of the town which is the chief town of the Lim-Pende about 485 km to the northwest of Bangui, …

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The Deadly Crises Tearing Nigerian Rural Communities Apart

Azeez Adam, 52, stretched his left leg, braced with a metal cage, in his hospital bed by the door of the male orthopaedic ward of the Osun State University Teaching Hospital, Osogbo. On the bedside cabinet lay unwashed plates as Rofiat, his younger daughter, sat, watching keenly. Other patients quietly went about their daily routine; …

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Flood In Niger Republic Takes Grave Toll On Communities Bordering Nigeria

A total of  35 persons were killed and 51 others injured by flood following weeks of heavy rains around the coastal areas of the Niger Republic in the last two months, officials have said.  Significant impacts of the flood were recorded around Maradi and Zinder, regions which share borders with states in Northwest Nigeria.   Niger …

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ICRC Charges MNJTF With Adhering To Rules Of Engagement In Lake Chad

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has on Wednesday, Aug. 24, requested that rules of engagement be followed by the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) operating in the Lake Chad region as it counters Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) and Boko Haram elements.  Alfa Mamadu Djalo, representing a delegation of the ICRC …

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