WATCH: Somalia: 110 dead from hunger in 48 hours as region’s humanitarian crisis worsens.
The crisis in Somalia is unraveling as nearby war-ravaged Yemen teeters on the edge of famine, and in South Sudan, where famine is being used as a weapon of war. The UN says 1.4 million children in the region are at risk of dying from starvation.
El tiempo se pasa demasiado rápido cuando estás con esas personas que te ocasionan sonreír.
Y acostarse debajo un árbol, mientras escuchas música con esa persona que te hace sonreír es mucho más relajante. Ocasiona alegrar mucho más tú día.
The United States is considering an exit from the United Nation’s Human Rights Council, unless it gets its way on a few key pieces of reform, Reutersreported.
According to Reuters, the U.S. will make its intentions known on Tuesday via Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
The U.S. is said to be reviewing its place on the council over its stance on Israel, Reuters reported.
Just this weekend Haley wrote a critical op-ed of the council for the Washington Post claiming it “whitewashes” brutality. In the op-ed Haley noted alleged abuses in Venezuela, “whose government shoots protesters in the street,” and in Cuba, “whose government imprisons thousands of political opponents.”
She went on to write that “of course” the United States supports human rights, but that this council acts as a “showcase for dictatorships that use their membership to whitewash brutality.” Read more (6/5/17)
Thelonious Monk at the United Nations, New York  by Herb Snitzer.
This photograph was taken while Monk was playing to a very appreciative audience of Ambassadors and other distinguished personnel. Out of respect to the United Nations, Monk took off his trademark hat.