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SUNS # 9692 Friday 18 November 2022
 
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COP 27 : Finance issues continue to be deadlocked (PRIV)
(Meena Raman and Prerna Bomzan, Sharm el-Sheikh)
With one more day left before the climate talks in Sharm el-Sheikh are supposed to end Friday, 18 Nov, it seems that progress has been made on some key issues, but the issues of funding arrangements or finance matters across many agenda items remain deadlocked.

Rights : "Tactical" nuclear weapons could unleash untold damage, warn experts (PRIV)
(IPS, Bratislava)
Since the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the conflict's potential to escalate to the use of nuclear weapons has been highlighted by political analysts and military experts alike.

Nigeria : Academics' strike puts spotlight on brain drain (PRIV)
(IPS, Abuja)
For eight months, the halls of Nigeria's universities and colleges remained silent - the result of a lecturers' strike brought upon by a wage and conditions of service dispute.


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