- May 27, 2020
As negotiations begin on the annual United Nations humanitarian assistance omnibus resolution, the United States will remain committed to protecting the fundamental right to life for the unborn, a spokesperson for U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley says.
In the current toxic environment where political rivals describe each other as “evil” and “enemies,” it is imperative to remember that in America, “our political opponents are not evil, they are just our opponents,” according to Ambassador Nikki R. Haley.
Catholic leaders who mediated a compromise on elections in Congo warned Monday that the credibility of the long-delayed vote scheduled in December depends “to a great extent” on the presence of national and international observers — and that “bias” will keep the country in crisis.
A bipartisan group of leaders from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom issued an open-letter in support of Iranian protesters.
Pope Francis had planned to visit South Sudan in October, but cancelled citing security concerns caused by the country’s civil war.
Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations urged the bishops of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to again get involved in ending a political deadlock in the country. She said that every day that passes without elections, a woman is raped, a child has an unwanted pregnancy, and children are forced to be soldiers.