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3,000 migrants rescued yesterday & other topics (Daily Press Briefing 19 May 2017)


Daily Press Briefing: Algeria, Gender Initiative, DSG travels, South Sudan, Libya, Iraq, Gaza, Cyprus, Yemen, IOM, WHO, UNEP, Press Conference Today, Press Conference Monday

Noon Briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary General.

HIGHLIGHTS
-SECRETARY-GENERAL CONGRATULATES ALGERIA FOR PEACEFUL ELECTIONS
-U.N. AND EUROPEAN UNION TO DEVELOP JOINT INITIATIVE TO ELIMINATE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS
-DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL TO SPEAK AT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
-SOUTH SUDAN: U.N. REPORT EXPOSES HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS AGAINST CIVILIANS IN YEI
-U.N. LIBYA ENVOY SPEAKS OUT AGAINST ATTACK ON BRAK AL-SHATI AIRBASE
-IRAQ: 16,000 PEOPLE FLEE MOSUL IN A DAY, LARGEST DISPLACEMENT SINCE BEGINNING OF OPERATIONS
-SENIOR U.N. OFFICIAL URGES PARTIES TO AVOID MAJOR HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN GAZA
-CYPRUS: U.N. READY TO CONVENE CONFERENCE WHEN LEADERS BOTH DEEM APPROPRIATE
-SOMALI REFUGEES RETURN HOME AS CONDITIONS WORSEN IN YEMEN – U.N. REFUGEE AGENCY
-3,000 MIGRANTS RESCUED TRYING TO CROSS MEDITERRANEAN – U.N. MIGRATION AGENCY
-NEW DATA HIGHLIGHTS ATTACKS ON HEALTH FACILITIES CONTINUE AT ALARMING RATE
-AFTER NEW RATIFICATIONS, CONVENTION ON MERCURY POLLUTION TO ENTER INTO FORCE

Full Highlights: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/ossg/noon-briefing-highlight?date%5Bvalue%5D%5Bdate%5D=19+May+2017  
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