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WHO and Partners Call for Better Protection for Health and Care Workers

The organizations are concerned that large numbers of health and care workers have died from COVID-19, but also that an increasing proportion of the workforce are suffering from burnout, stress, anxiety and fatigue.

Border Guards Detain Artist Robot on Suspicion of Espionage

A British-built robot that uses cameras and a robotic arm to create abstract art has been released after Egyptian authorities detained it at customs.
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WHO and Partners Call for Better Protection for Health and Care...

The organizations are concerned that large numbers of health and care workers have died from COVID-19, but also that an increasing proportion of the workforce are suffering from burnout, stress, anxiety and fatigue.

FDA Amends Emergency Use Authorizations to Allow COVID-19 Booster Shots

"Mix and match" booster approved in eligible individuals following completion of primary vaccination with a different available COVID-19 vaccine.

9/11 Never Forget Lessons Learned

As we look back today on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we are honored to have Chief Joseph Pfeifer join us for this special...

Breaking Hate

From a onetime white-supremacist leader now working to disengage people from extremist movements, Breaking Hate is a "riveting" (James Clapper), "groundbreaking" (Malcolm Nance), "horrifying...

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WHO and Partners Call for Better Protection for Health and Care...

The organizations are concerned that large numbers of health and care workers have died from COVID-19, but also that an increasing proportion of the workforce are suffering from burnout, stress, anxiety and fatigue.

UN: Women in Leadership Must be the Norm for International Security

"We can no longer exclude half of humanity from international peace and security matters", the UN chief told the Security Council on Thursday, emphasizing the need to fully address the challenges and gaps that continue to prevent women having an equal say.

Training Course Strengthens Capacity to Counter Terrorist Financing

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OSCE Organizes Simulation-Based Training to Combat Human Trafficking

The training consisted of realistic, practical and cross-dimensional simulation exercises aimed to enhance anti-trafficking officials’ ability to identify and investigate human trafficking and assist trafficked persons in a victim-centred and human rights-based manner.

Maritime Security Experts Meet to Discuss Root Causes of Piracy and...

45 officers from 17 Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) Member States participated virtually in a capacity building virtual lecture on October 19. 

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