News in Brief 18 January 2021

UN chief urges restoration of law and order after Darfur killings  Libya talks in Geneva break deadlock with agreement on interim leadership deal  UN rights office calls for release of Russian…

  • UN chief urges restoration of law and order after Darfur killings 
  • Libya talks in Geneva break deadlock with agreement on interim leadership deal 
  • UN rights office calls for release of Russian dissident Navalny 

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