As a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council, President Barack is calling on the entire global community to raise $131 million to fund President Robert Mugabe's terror campaign against Democracy and Human Rights movements in Zimbabwe.
According to VOA, a U.S. State-owned media outlet, "the United Nations has launched a worldwide appeal for humanitarian assistance to Zimbabwe. The U.N. acknowledged there already had been some improvements in Zimbabwe's humanitarian situation."
The UN humanitarian coordinator in Zimbabwe, Alain Noudehou, launched the $131 million appeal recently. He cited so-called improvements of Zimbabwe's human rights conditions.
As reported by CNN, "police raided an office of Zimbabwe’s prime minister (Morgan Tsvangirai, political rival of Mugabe) on Sunday, arresting four officials a day after a key vote in the African nation."
Zimbanwe voted on a referendum to curb the powers of President Robert Mugabe. Observers claim that 90 percent of voters supported the referendum.
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