Security Council statement follows warning from special envoy that coup has united people against military and situation is deteriorating.
COVID and the crisis following a military coup this year could reverse economic gains made since 2005, UN body says.
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Alexander Soloviev – Board member of Open Russia, an opposition group
Michael Bociurkiw – Global affairs analyst and former spokesman for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
Maria Lipman – Senior associate at the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian studies at George Washington University
Russia moves to label Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny’s organisations ‘extremist’.
The Biden administration said it will also fix flooding and soil erosion caused by unfinished sections of the wall.
The truck bomb in the provincial capital of Pul-e Alam also wounded more than 90 people, interior ministry says.
Meanwhile, Tajikistan has yet to officially acknowledge any deaths from the clashes, which have raised fears of a larger conflict.
Jake Sullivan, the US national security adviser, says ‘all sides’ are willing to talk ‘seriously’ about a pathway back into the nuclear deal.
Human rights office calls for thorough investigation into ‘violent repression’ of peaceful sit-in at Jau prison by police special forces.
Near-total disappearance of food sources has created a ‘full-blown nutrition emergency’ in southern Madagascar, World Food Programme warns.