More than 20 million people in four countries facing starvation and famine, the UN humanitarian chief said Friday.
South Sudan fell into civil war in December 2013, just two years after it won its independence from Sudan.
Libya has descended into chaos since the 2011 civil war, which ended with the killing of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
An estimated 5 million Somalis, out of population of 10 million, need humanitarian assistance, according to the UN humanitarian office.
The ratifications by Chad, Jordan, Oman and Rwanda means the deal has reached the pre-determined threshold of 110 WTO members required for its immediate entry into force.
Famine has been declared in two counties of South Sudan, according to an announcement by the South Sudan government and three UN agencies.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was quoted as saying on Sunday that his ZANU-PF party and the people saw no viable successor to him for general elections in 2018.
Almost 500 migrants forced their way into Spanish territory in North Africa by breaking through gates in the 6-meter high fence that separates Morocco from Spain's Ceuta...
Nigeria signed a €70 million grant agreement with the European Union to improve access to effective healthcare and nutrition in five states and push for polio...