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Al-Shabab bans U.N ., other aid agencies from employed in Somalia; U.N. SG condemns actions ‘Al-Shabab rebels banned some U.N., 11/28). In a declaration, al-Shabab, ‘[t]he main Islamist insurgent group in Somalia, which continues to be in the throes of a significant food crisis classified as famine in a few regions,. The WHO ‘stated on Tuesday its offices in southern Somalia were looted during rebel raids while. N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stated he ‘condemns, in the strongest possible terms,’ al-Shabab’s ‘seizure of house and devices’ and stated ‘[t]his brazen action prevents these businesses from providing life-conserving assistance.’ The statement ‘needs that Al-Shabab vacate the premises and come back seized property to the affected agencies and [nongovernmental businesses]’ and for the ban ‘to be lifted instantly’ .This article was reprinted from with permission from the Henry J.

George Pataki told a combined group gathered that the law is unconstitutional. ‘Pataki can be chairman of Revere America, a national campaign to assemble signatures of people who would like to repeal and replace this year’s health care reform regulation. The name of the group displays Paul Revere’s efforts 235 years back to warn Americans that their freedom was in danger. The group use the signatures partly as a way to gain support for Republican applicants in November elections.This article is republished with kind permission from our friends at The Kaiser Family Foundation. You will see the complete Kaiser Daily Health Policy Record, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, discussions and debates.