New aid deliveries arrive in West Africa, but the U.N.’s Ebola relief fund remains only 5% funded, and 15 countries win seats on the Human Rights Council.
More British army medics deploy to Sierra Leone, Ukraine and Russia talk energy in Brussels and the U.N. elects new members to the Human Rights Council.
The U.S. transports Kurdish weapons to Kobani, disturbing reports of sexual violence in South Sudan and a very dirty Beijing Marathon.
U.N. human rights experts condemn Detroit for shutting off water to residents, Nigeria is declared ‘Ebola-free,’ and Iraqi aid need far outstrips capacity.
A pair of memorials for an American and Brit killed by the Islamic State, a human rights visit to Detroit and a U.N. meeting on the peacekeeping mission in the Golan Heights.
Senegal is declared ‘Ebola-free,’ a breakthrough between the Nigerian government and Boko Haram, and the Swedish military on high alert.
Senegalese health officials have undertaken 42 days of ‘case finding’ without reporting a new infection.
Spain edges out Turkey for a seat on the U.N. Security Council.
CDC Director Tom Frieden testifies before Congress, the U.N. picks five new Security Council members and (another) Apple product announcement.
Two independent experts will gauge the ‘impact of large-scale water disconnections on low-income, marginalized and vulnerable groups.’