Vice-President Meriton Meets with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan

The Vice-President of Seychelles, Vincent Meriton, concluded a week-long working visit to Japan last week from the 2nd to the 7th of December. On the agenda were several meetings with the aim of strengthening bilateral …

More Than 150 Nations Adopt UN Migration Pact

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday migration “should be well managed and safe, not irregular and dangerous” as he praised a group of more than 150 nations for adopting a global pact meant to improve …

Amnesty Calls on ICC to Fully Probe Boko Haram Conflict Atrocities

Amnesty International on Monday said the International Criminal Court should start a full-blown investigation into atrocities committed in the Boko Haram insurgency, accusing Nigeria of failing to bring those responsible to justice.

ICC chief prosecutor …

LIBYA’S STATE-RUN OIL COMPANY WARNS AGAINST MAJOR OIL FIELD CLOSURE BY PROTESTERS

TRIPOLI– Libya’s state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC) on Saturday warned against the closure of Sharara oil field forced by protesters, saying it will harm economy.

“National Oil Corporation (NOC) condemns the actions of the Al-Sharara …

Migrant Deaths Will Rise as Rescue Mission Ends in Mediterranean Sea

Leading U.N. humanitarian agencies warn migrant deaths in the Mediterranean Sea will multiply with the end of sea and rescue operations by Doctors Without Borders and its partner SOS Mediterranee.

The two international charities were …