77th anniversary of the Liberation of Korea

Situation in Sudan

The Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization expresses its deep sadness and sorrow for the victims of the unprecedented flood disaster in Sudan and reassures its full solidarity with the brotherly Sudanese people in this cruel plight to which they were subjected and that had led to demolishing homes, blocking roads, collapsing bridges, sinking villages and cities, thousands of civilian casualties, displacement of a very large number of people who have no shelter and losing source of income for a significant number of people.

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Ceasefire in Libya

The Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization hails the two statements issued by the Presidential Council and the House of Representatives in Libya regrding ceasing fire and stopping military operations in the entire Libyan territory. AAPSO considers this as an important step towards achieving a political settlement and the aspirations of Libyan people to restore stability and prosperity in Libya and to save its people destiny, and towards setting agreed arrangements for the comprehensive resumption of oil production and export operations and the management of its revenues for the benefit of all Libyans. Therefore, AAPSO calls for the immediate implementation of both parties' call on "lifting the embargo on oil production and export and implementing the financial guidelines mentioned in both statements."

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Declaration AAPSO Endorses Al-Ibrahami Initiative "In Support of the Palestinian People"

The Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization declares its support for the initiative launched by the veteran politician and former Algerian Foreign Minister, Al-Akhdar Al-Ibrahimi. It is an international initiative to support the Palestinian people in recovering and defending their rights.

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki

On 6th August 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima by US air forces. This was the first time a nuclear weapon had ever been used; the fireball created by the bomb destroyed 13 square kilometres of the city, and those dead as a result numbered up to 180,000.

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