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From 2001 through April, about 66,000 Afghan military and police members were killed in Afghanistan, alongside 2,448 U.S. service members. The abrupt U.S. exit from Afghanistan likely forced the Afghan military to fight under unfamiliar conditions, ultimately leading to collapse — and the humanitarian catastrophe we are now witnessing. Our military allies in both countries simply do not know how to fight effectively on more conventional battlefields without U.S. support. If we are willing to maintain huge troop numbers to support our allies in Europe and East Asia, then why not even a small footprint in the Middle East? Indeed, if we are willing to maintain huge troop numbers to support our allies in Europe and East Asia, then why not even a small footprint in the Middle East?
Persons: Joe Biden, ” Biden, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Trump, quagmire, , “ Biden, Biden, Bashar al, Assad, Organizations: United Nations General Assembly, Afghan, U.S ., Islamic State, ISIS, Iraqi, Kurdistan Regional Government, Global Coalition, United, Syrian Democratic Forces, Coalition, NATO, East Locations: Afghanistan, , United States, U.S, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Russia, China, Iraq, United, Iraqi, Syria, Kobani, Turkish, Kabul, Europe, East Asia, North Korea, East
Inside the U.N. General Assembly
  + stars: | 2021-09-21 | by ( Canice Leung | )   time to read: 1 min
Haitians fleeing a country hammered by political turmoil and two natural disasters make up most of over 15,000 migrants sleeping on the ground and desperate for food in a squalid camp under a bridge in southern Texas, in a growing humanitarian and political challenge for U.S. President Joe Biden.
Persons: Joe Biden Organizations: U.S Locations: Texas
He’s on a hunger strike demanding the United Nations grant him a meeting, so he can address the issue of human rights in Cuba. Rocha is a native Spaniard, but he has family in Cuba and feels inextricably linked to what has taken place there. The human rights group Cubalex recorded approximately 800 detentions as demonstrators were arrested for speaking out. The U.S. and European and Latin American countries have denounced the lack of human rights and democracy on the island. “It doesn’t have to be with [United Nations Secretary-General] António Guterres; it doesn’t have to be with [United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights] Michelle Bachelet.
Persons: Nacho Rocha, it's, ” Rocha, he’s, Rocha, Fidel Castro, Cubalex, António, Michelle Bachelet, , , José Martí, they’re, Ingrid Rodríguez, Alex Tabet, she’s, He’s Organizations: United Nations, Cuban, Human, United Nations Human Rights, NBC, General, New York police, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Cuba, Sarasota , Florida, New York City, U.S, New, Central Park, Spain
The speech will be Biden’s first as president at the meeting, which will look much different from past gatherings with many world leaders opting to deliver their remarks virtually. “America is back,” Biden said during a meeting with the U.N. secretary general Monday. Among the challenges Biden plans to address are the Covid pandemic, climate change, trade and economics, investments in clean infrastructure, counterterrorism, and “vigorous competition with great powers, but not a new Cold War,” the official said. This year’s gathering of world leaders will be largely scaled down because of the pandemic. The UN has said that 83 leaders will make their remarks in person with the rest of the global leaders’ making pre-recorded remarks.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Scott Morrison, Boris Johnson, ” Biden, , we’ve, , America's, Emanuel Macron, Jen Psaki, Still, Organizations: WASHINGTON, United Nations General Assembly, Australian, White, United Nations, NATO, French, World Health Organization, WHO, The, U.S, Trump, Covid, UN Locations: Afghanistan, New York, U.S, France, Australia, United Kingdom, United States, The U.S, Europe
Myanmar’s permanent representative to the United Nations, a holdover from the country’s deposed civilian government, will sit out a series of high-level meetings in New York this week, averting for now a potential clash between the U.S. and China over who should represent the country on the world stage. The question of who ultimately takes Myanmar’s seat at the U.N. is central to the battle for international legitimacy between the country’s military regime and the democratically elected government it overthrew in February.
Organizations: United Nations, U.S Locations: New York, China
NEW YORK—The Taliban are seeking to participate in the United Nations annual gathering as part of the Afghan militant group’s effort to win international recognition, after its military victory toppled Afghanistan’s U.S.-backed government. The office of U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres received a letter from Taliban foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi on Monday asking to participate in the U.N. General Assembly, according to the U.N. spokesman Stéphane Dujarric. Meanwhile, the group said it had nominated Suhail Shaheen, a Taliban spokesman in its Qatar office, as its U.N. ambassador, Mr. Dujarric said.
Persons: António Guterres, Amir Khan Muttaqi, Stéphane Dujarric, Suhail Shaheen, Dujarric Organizations: United Nations, Afghanistan’s, General Locations: Afghanistan’s U.S, Qatar
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday said Beijing would stop building coal-fired power plants abroad, in a public commitment to redirect the country’s huge engineering industry away from adding to a source of global pollution. Beijing has faced pressure from the U.S., the European Union and environmental groups for having continued to finance and build coal-fired power plants in many developing countries, even as it said it would cut greenhouse emissions at home.
Persons: Xi Jinping Organizations: European Union Locations: Beijing, U.S
WASHINGTON—President Biden will outline a U.S. foreign-policy vision rooted in diplomacy and global alliances during his first address to the United Nations as commander-in-chief, calling for a shift away from armed conflict after two decades of war. At a moment when some U.S. alliances are facing strain, Mr. Biden is expected to make the case that the biggest issues facing the world—from the coronavirus pandemic to climate change—can only be solved with cooperation among countries with varying national interests, according to U.S. officials. He’ll encourage competition among rising powers but make clear that he doesn’t want another Cold War, the officials said.
Persons: Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, United Nations
WASHINGTON—President Biden will outline a U.S. foreign-policy vision rooted in diplomacy and global alliances during his first address to the United Nations as commander-in-chief, calling for a shift away from armed conflict after two decades of war. At a moment when some U.S. alliances are facing strain, Mr. Biden is expected to make the case that the biggest issues facing the world—from the coronavirus pandemic to climate change—can only be solved with cooperation among countries with varying national interests, according to U.S. officials. He’ll encourage competition among rising powers but make clear that he doesn’t want another Cold War, the officials said.
Persons: Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, United Nations
Julien Warnand/Pool via REUTERSNEW YORK, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Ministers from Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia will not meet with Iran at the United Nations this week to discuss a return to nuclear deal talks, European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told reporters on Monday. Diplomats were tentatively planning for a ministerial meeting of the parties to the 2015 nuclear deal on Wednesday on the sidelines of the annual U.N. gathering of world leaders. It's not in the agenda," said Borrell, who acts as coordinator for the nuclear deal - known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The Vienna talks were adjourned in June after hardliner Ebrahim Raisi was elected Iran's president and took office in August. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said earlier on Monday that the negotiations must restart, signalling that there would be a ministerial meeting of the nuclear deal parties.
Persons: Josep Borrell, Julien Warnand, It's, Borrell, Hossein Amirabdollahian, Donald Trump, Trump, hardliner Ebrahim Raisi, Jean, Yves Le Drian, Michelle Nichols, Muralikumar Organizations: REUTERS NEW, United, Union, Monday, Diplomats, U.S, United Nations, Thomson Locations: Afghanistan, Strasbourg, France, Britain, China, Germany, Russia, Iran, United Nations, Vienna, United States, Tehran
REUTERS/Prapan Chankaew/File PhotoSINGAPORE, Sept 21 (Reuters) - After a drastic reduction in wildlife trafficking during the pandemic, authorities in Southeast Asia must act swiftly to stop smugglers getting back in business once border controls are relaxed, according to a forthcoming UN report. Traffickers' networks were disrupted as countries shut their borders and tightened surveillance when the coronavirus struck last year. Jeremy Douglas, UNODC's representative for Southeast Asia and Asia Pacific, said that the pandemic has gifted authorities an opportunity to do more to discourage consumers and clamp down on the traffickers' supply lines. Southeast Asia, one of the world's most species-rich regions, has long been a hotspot for wildlife trafficking. Some governments have seized on the pandemic as a chance to impose much-needed bans on the wildlife trade.
Persons: Prapan, Jeremy Douglas, Douglas, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: REUTERS, UN, Drugs, Reuters, Southeast, Rhinos, Thomson Locations: Bangkok, Thailand, SINGAPORE, Southeast Asia, Asia, China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Douglas, Laos
Sept 21 (Reuters) - A U.N. expert has urged Indonesia to provide an independence activist in its Papua province with proper medical care to "keep him from dying in prison", after reports that his health had deteriorated. Victor Yeimo, 39, who is the international spokesman of the West Papua National Committee, was arrested in the provincial capital of Jayapura in May. "I've seen it before: States deny medical care to ailing, imprisoned human rights defenders, which results in serious illness or death," said Lawlor. Yeimo is being treated at a Jayapura hospital after a court ordered he receive medical attention. Papuan activist Rosa Javiera told a news conference organised by the rights group Amnesty International on Tuesday that Yeimo was suffering from chronic tuberculosis that required continuous medical treatment.
Persons: Victor Yeimo, Yeimo, Mary Lawlor, U.N, Lawlor, Rosa Javiera, , Ed Davies, Robert Birsel Organizations: West, West Papua National Committee, United Nations, Amnesty, Thomson Locations: Indonesia, Papua, West Papua, Jayapura, Geneva, Jakarta
About 100 leaders are expected to appear in person, with U.S. global leadership in the spotlight. Image President Biden will make his debut General Assembly speech as U.S. leader amid doubts over his ability to shore up the country’s global leadership. Credit... Doug Mills/The New York TimesThe United Nations convenes its annual speeches by world leaders on Tuesday against a backdrop of disastrous climate change, polarized superpower relations and a devastating pandemic that has worsened the global rich-poor divide. It also amounts to a major test of credibility for President Biden, who will be among the first to address the 193-member General Assembly. Mission to the United Nations, expressing shock and bafflement over Mr. Biden’s treatment of France.
Persons: Biden, Doug Mills, Donald J, Trump, Mr, Biden blindsided, ” Charles Michel Organizations: Assembly, U.S, Credit, New York Times, United Nations, , West, World Health Organization, European Union, European Council, Crisis Group, General Locations: States, China, United States, Afghanistan, France, Australia, European, Myanmar, Iran, Haiti, Ethiopia, Syria, Yemen
WANA (West Asia News Agency) via REUTERSSept 21 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's Taliban rulers announced several senior appointments on Tuesday, naming two veteran battlefield commanders from the movement's southern heartlands as deputies in important ministries. Main Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir will be deputy defence minister, while Sadr Ibrahim was named deputy minister for the interior. The two were identified in U.N. reports as being among battlefield commanders loyal to the former Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour who were pressing the leadership to step up the war against the Western-backed government. Zakir, a former detainee in the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, was a close associate of late Taliban founder Mullah Omar. Sadr, a former head of the Taliban military commission from the southern province of Helmand, will be deputy to Sirajuddin Haqqani, whose family comes from the eastern borderlands with Pakistan.
Persons: Zabihullah Mujahid, Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir, Sadr Ibrahim, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, Sirajuddin Haqqani, Zakir, Sadr, Mullah Omar, Mullah Omar's, Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob, Raju Gopalakrishnan, James Mackenzie, Robert Birsel Organizations: West Asia News Agency, REUTERS, Haqqani, Security, stoke, Thomson Locations: Kabul, Afghanistan, WANA, heartlands, U.N, U.S, Guantanamo, Cuba, Sadr, Helmand, Pakistan
Haitian migrants who have just arrived after U.S. authorities flew them out of a Texas border city on Sunday where thousands of mostly Haitians had gathered under a bridge after crossing the Rio Grande river from Mexico, hire moto taxis after leaving the airport, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti September 19, 2021. REUTERS/Ralph Tedy ErolGENEVA, Sept 21 (Reuters) - United Nations agencies said on Tuesday that people massed along the U.S.-Mexican border who have a fear of persecution in their homeland, including Haiti, have a right to file a claim seeking asylum and voiced concern at deportations. Marta Hurtado, U.N. human rights spokesperson, told the same Geneva news briefing: "We are disturbed by the images that we have seen and by the fact that we have seen all these migrants and refugees and asylum-seekers in transport to Port-au-Prince. We are seriously concerned by the fact that it appears there have not been any individual assessments of the cases." Reporting by Stephanie Nebehay; Editing by Catherine EvansOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Ralph Tedy Erol GENEVA, Shabia Mantoo, Marta Hurtado, U.N, Stephanie Nebehay, Catherine Evans Organizations: moto, REUTERS, United Nations, U.S ., Thomson Locations: U.S, Texas, Rio, Mexico, Port, Prince, Haiti, Geneva
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City, U.S., September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/PoolUNITED NATIONS, Sept 21 (Reuters) - United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres reprimanded the world on Tuesday for the inequitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, describing it as an "obscenity" and giving the globe an "F in Ethics." But we are getting an F in Ethics," Guterres told the U.N. General Assembly. read moreOut of 5.7 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines administered around the world, only 2% have been in Africa. Guterres is pushing for a global plan to vaccinate 70% of the world by the first half of next year.
Persons: Antonio Guterres, Eduardo Munoz, Guterres, Michelle Nichols, Timothy Organizations: United Nations, General Assembly, REUTERS, UNITED, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, New York, Africa, United States, China
Colombia's President Ivan Duque addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City, U.S., September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/PoolBOGOTA, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Colombian President Ivan Duque told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that the international community must equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccines to avoid the creation of new, more fearsome variants of the coronavirus. "I call on the international community to strengthen multilateralism in regards to health and advance in vaccine distribution equity. "If delays in the equal distribution of vaccines continue in all countries we, humanity, are exposed to new variants attacking us with greater ferocity. Some 16.1 million people in the Andean country are fully vaccinated and another 22.4 million have been given a first dose.
Persons: Ivan Duque, Eduardo Munoz, Duque, Luis Jaime Acosta, Julia Symmes Cobb, Bill Berkrot Organizations: General Assembly, REUTERS, Pool, United Nations General Assembly, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, Pool BOGOTA, Colombia
Live Covid Live Updates: Adams, N.Y.C.’s Likely Next Mayor, Wants to Turn Empty Hotels Into Housing for Homeless An extra dose of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine raises protection, the company says. The data, presented in a news release, has been submitted to the Food and Drug Administration, Johnson & Johnson said. Up to five months after vaccination, the effectiveness of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine against hospitalization remained steady at around 81 percent. Many people got their Johnson & Johnson shot far more than eight weeks ago. Credit Credit...
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Biden vows diplomacy, unity in U.N. speech
  + stars: | 2021-09-21 | by ( Reuters Editorial | )   time to read: 1 min
PoliticsBiden vows diplomacy, unity in U.N. speechPostedU.S. President Joe Biden mapped out a new era of vigorous competition without cold war in his first United Nations address as President on Tuesday, promising restraint from the U.S. military and new commitments to cope with climate change. This report produced by Tamara Lindstrom.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Tamara Lindstrom Organizations: United Nations, U.S .
Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi made the request in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday. Muttaqi asked to speak during the annual high-level meeting of the General Assembly, which finishes on Monday. The Taliban letter said Isaczai's mission "is considered over and that he no longer represents Afghanistan," said Haq. Until a decision is made by the credentials committee Isaczai will remain in the seat, according to the General Assembly rules. He is currently scheduled to address the final day of the meeting on Sept. 27, but it was not immediately clear if any countries might object in the wake of the Taliban letter.
Persons: Suhail Shaheen, Tatyana Makeyeva UNITED, Afghanistan's U.N, Amir Khan Muttaqi, Antonio Guterres, Muttaqi, Guterres, Farhan Haq, Ghulam Isaczai, Haq, Afghanistan's, Isaczai, Michelle Nichols, Mary Milliken, Grant McCool Organizations: REUTERS, United Nations, Reuters, Taliban, General Assembly, Assembly, General, Thomson Locations: Moscow, Russia, New York, Doha, United States, China, Afghanistan, Bahamas, Bhutan, Chile, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Sweden
UK calls on China and Russia to agree Afghanistan strategy
  + stars: | 2021-09-21 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
British Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss arrives at the White House in Washington, U.S., September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn HocksteinLONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Britain will on Wednesday call for China and Russia to agree a coordinated international approach to prevent Afghanistan becoming a haven for militants, according to a statement by British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss at the United Nations. Foreign ministers from Britain, China, Russia, the United States and France will meet with U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres during the U.N. General Assembly in New York. Britain, which is currently co-ordinating the so-called P5 group of permanent United Nations Security Council members, will use the meeting to call for greater cooperation to improve international security, with a particular focus on Afghanistan. Last week at a meeting of a China- and Russia-led security bloc Chinese President Xi Jinping said "relevant parties" in Afghanistan should eradicate terrorism and that China would provide more help to the country within its capacity.
Persons: Elizabeth Truss, Evelyn Hockstein LONDON, Liz Truss, General Antonio Guterres, Truss, Osama bin Laden, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, William James, Grant McCool Organizations: British, White, REUTERS, United Nations, U.N, General Assembly, United Nations Security Council, NATO, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Britain, China, Russia, Afghanistan, United States, France, New York, British
She urged world leaders on Tuesday to stand up for the rights of women and girls now the Taliban had returned to power. Do not be fooled by the masks the Taliban show on the news," Alizadeh told a virtual event on the sidelines of the annual high-level U.N. General Assembly. She urged the international community not to recognize the Taliban, guarantee the rights of women and children, ensure internet access for the Afghan people, include more Afghans in decision making and keep girls in school. The Taliban stirred skepticism about their pledges on the rights of women and girls when they said last week that they would open schools for high school-aged boys but not girls. read moreReporting by Daphne Psaledakis, editing by Michelle Nichols and Richard PullinOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Sonita Alizadeh, Shannon Stapleton, Alizadeh, Michelle Bachelet, Antonio Guterres, Daphne Psaledakis, Michelle Nichols, Richard Pullin Organizations: Clinton Global Initiative, REUTERS, NATIONS, Taliban, General, Thomson Locations: New York, U.S, U.N, Afghanistan
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres speaks during the 76th Session of the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York on September 21, 2021. Timothy A. Clary/Pool via REUTERSUNITED NATIONS, Sept 21 (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres welcomed climate pledges by the United States and China at the annual U.N. gathering of world leaders on Tuesday, but warned "we still have a long way to go" to make an upcoming climate meeting in Glasgow a success. Reporting by Michelle Nichols and Daphne Psaledakis; Editing by Chris ReeseOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: General Antonio Guterres, Timothy A, Antonio Guterres, Michelle Nichols, Daphne Psaledakis, Chris Reese Organizations: United Nations, UN, REUTERS UNITED NATIONS, Thomson Locations: New York, United States, China, Glasgow
“The future belongs to those who give their people the ability to breathe free, not those who seek to suffocate their people with an iron-hand authoritarianism,” Mr. Biden said, leaving little doubt who he meant. Mr. Xi’s language was restrained, and like Mr. Biden he did not name his country’s chief rival, but he made a clear allusion to China’s anger over the Australian submarine pact. Mr. Biden’s debut at the annual opening of the United Nations General Assembly in New York was muted by the pandemic. He stayed only a few hours and met only one ally there: Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia. Later in the day, back in Washington, Mr. Biden met Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain, the other partner in the submarine deal.
Persons: ” Mr, Biden, Xi, , Biden’s, Scott Morrison of Australia, Boris Johnson Organizations: American, United, United Nations General Assembly Locations: British, Australia, China, Taiwan, United States, New York, Washington, Britain
Live U.N. Live Updates: Biden Pledges to Work Toward ‘Peaceful, Prosperous Future For All’ Covid-19 and climate change are dominating the start of the General Assembly gathering. President Biden called for an era of international cooperation in tackling global threats in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly as president. “Our security, our prosperity and our very freedoms are interconnected, in my view as never before,” Mr. Biden said. The event is a major test of credibility for Mr. Biden, who was among the first to address the 193-member General Assembly. Many officials who had welcomed the election of President Biden — and his pledge that “America is back” — are now expressing concerns.
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