The UN secretary-general expressed concern over the resumption of hostilities between the armed forces of the DRC and the March 23 Movement (M23).
Flooding completely submerged neighbourhoods in the capital N’Djamena, forcing people to flee their homes.
The secretary-general called on all actors to “refrain from violence and seek dialogue.”
U.S. President Joe Biden froze more than $9 billion of Afghan assets in 2021 after the Taliban took over.
Security in Burkina Faso has worsened since 2015 as attacks have killed more than 1,000 people and displaced more than 1.9 million others.
A military coup in October 2021, led to the suspension of a power-sharing arrangement between civilian representatives and senior officers.
The move is seen as Ankara’s push to rebrand the nation and dissociate its name from the popular American Thanksgiving dinner bird, turkey, and other unfavourable connotations.
The secretary-general said the strike on the Kramatorsk railway station in eastern Ukraine was “completely unacceptable.”
Among those in the helicopter were six crew members – all from the Pakistani military – one Russian military officer and another from Serbia.
Mr Guterres, in a statement issued by his spokesperson Stephane Dujarric, called on the coup leaders to lay down their weapons.