Some of world’s most affluent nations, including the U.S., Canada and the U.K., seem to have cornered most of the supplies, writes Thalif Deen.
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COVID-19: UN’s $5.1 Billion Shortfall Threatens Operations Worldwide
Thalif Deen reports on a major cash crunch caused by late or non-payments amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
US ‘Emergency’ Arms Sales
The UN held a session that highlighted the humanitarian crisis in Yemen last week and the next day the White House announced a large weapons sale to the Saudi-led coalition, Thalif Deen reports.
US Versus the Palestinian Refugee Agency
The Trump administration’s malevolence towards the UN relief group is a proxy attack on multilateralism and Palestinians’ right to self-determination, critics tell Thalif Deen.