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One-in-five suffers mental health condition in conflict zones

United Nations, Jun 13 (UNI) More than one-in-five people living in conflict-affected areas suffers from a mental illness, according to a new report based on UN figures, prompting the World Health Organisation (WHO) to call for increased, sustained investment in mental health services in those zones.
Around 22 per cent of those affected, suffer depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder, according to an analysis of 129 studies published in The Lancet – a United Kingdom-based peer-reviewed medical journal.
“The new estimates, together with already available practical tools for helping people with mental health conditions in emergencies, add yet more weight to the argument for immediate and sustained investment, so that mental and psychosocial support is made available to all people in need living through conflict and its aftermath,” said study author Mark van Ommeren, who works in WHO’s Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
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Bangladesh thanks Japan for providing AstraZeneca vaccines

24 Jul 2021 | 4:39 PM

Dhaka, Jul 24 (UNI) Bangladesh Foreign Minister thanked Japan for providing 3.0 million AstraZeneca vaccines to Bangladesh through the WHO-COVAX mechanism, according to press release.

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Pakistan adds 1,841 new COVID-19 cases, 1,001,875 in total

24 Jul 2021 | 4:30 PM

Islamabad, Jul 24 (UNI/Xinhua) Pakistan added 1,841 new COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours, the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) said on Saturday.

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Russian Health Ministry updates guidelines on vaccinating adults against COVID-19

Russian Health Ministry updates guidelines on vaccinating adults against COVID-19

24 Jul 2021 | 4:23 PM

Moscow, Jul 24 (UNI/Sputnik) The Russian Ministry of Health announced on Saturday it had updated the temporary guidelines on vaccinating the adult population against the coronavirus.

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Russia Records 23,947 COVID-19 Cases in Past 24 Hours - Response Center

24 Jul 2021 | 4:06 PM

Moscow, Jul 24 (UNI/Sputnik) Russia registered 23,947 COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours, up from 23,811 the day before, taking the overall tally to 6,102,469, the federal response center said on Friday.

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Tajik, Uzbek Presidents discuss bilateral ties, regional agenda: Tashkent

24 Jul 2021 | 3:28 PM

Tashkent, Jul 24 (UNI/Sputnik) Tajik President Emomali Rahmon has discussed with his Uzbek counterpart, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, topical issues of the bilateral and international agenda during a phone conversation, Mirziyoyev's office said on Saturday.

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