A U.N.-backed team began a five-day visit to Liberia on May 4 to assess the country’s deteriorating security situation, diplomats say. Led by Taliameni Kalomoh, U.N. Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs, the seven-member team, comprising officials from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and African Union (AU), “will hold talks with all stakeholders” in the Liberian conflict “before travelling to neighbouring states for similar talks”. The visit coincides with the worsening security situation with its attendant looming humanitarian consequences in the country – causing cracks in communities and displaced centres. Full Story
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