News in Brief 1 December 2020

UN appeals for $35 billion to help world’s ‘most vulnerable and fragile’ 

1.3 billion children have no internet access at home 

UNHCR appeals to Ethiopia to let it reach hungry Eritrean refugees 

  • UN appeals for $35 billion to help world’s ‘most vulnerable and fragile’ 
  • 1.3 billion children have no internet access at home 
  • UNHCR appeals to Ethiopia to let it reach hungry Eritrean refugees 

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