News in Brief 14 January 2021

UN emergency relief chief warns over fallout of U.S. Yemen Houthi terror label Four UN peacekeepers killed, five wounded in attack in Mali Countries urged to speed up…

  • UN emergency relief chief warns over fallout of U.S. Yemen Houthi terror label
  • Four UN peacekeepers killed, five wounded in attack in Mali
  • Countries urged to speed up climate change preparation to protect against shocks

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