Africa: Over 21,000 People Killed Since UN Global Ceasefire Resolution

[Oxfam] At least 21,347 people have been killed in conflict, including more than 5,800 civilian adults and children who were directly targeted [i], despite the adoption of a UN Security Council resolution calling for a global cessation of hostilities some 90 days ago. Instead of a ceasefire, allowing countries and humanitarian organisations to focus on battling the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing violence is pushing millions to the brink of conflict induced famine and hindering the battle against the outbreak.Read the Original Article