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Top News US President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team has issued a blanket mandate requiring politically appointed ambassadors installed by President Barack Obama to leave their posts by Inauguration Day the US S ambassador to New Zealand said on Friday “I will be departing on January 20th” Ambassador Mark Gilbert said in a Twitter message to Reuters Watch What Else Is Making News The mandate was issued “without exceptions” through an order sent in a State Department cable on Dec 23 Gilbert said He was confirming a report in the New York Times which quoted diplomatic sources as saying previous US administrations from both major political parties have traditionally granted extensions to allow a few ambassadors particularly those with school-age children to remain in place for weeks or months Officials from the State Department and Trump’s transition team were was not immediately available for comment The order threatens to leave the United States without Senate-confirmed envoys for months in critical nations like Germany Canada and Britain the New York Times reported A senior Trump transition official told the newspaper there was no ill will in the move describing it as a simple matter of ensuring Obama’s overseas envoys leave the government on schedule just as thousands of political aides at the White House and in federal agencies must do Trump has taken a strict stance against leaving any of Obama’s political appointees in place as he prepares to take office on January 20 aiming to break up many of his predecessor’s signature foreign and domestic policy achievements the newspaper said Diplomats told New York Times the order has thrown their personal lives into a tailspin leaving them scrambling to secure living arrangements and acquire visas allowing them to stay in their countries so their children can remain in school For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | United Nations | Published: August 24 2017 4:08 pm It also asked the US to provide necessary guarantees so that such rights are not misused to promote racist hate speech and racist crimes Related News A UN panel has strongly criticised the US government for its “failure at the highest political level” to unequivocally reject racist violent events in Charlottesville and throughout the country On August 12 a car rammed into a crowd marching against a white supremacist rally in Virginia’s Charlottesville killing a woman and injuring 19 others There were clashes between far-right nationalists and people who had come to protest against the occupation of a park housing a statue of Confederate general Robert E Lee Following the clashes a state of emergency was declared and police and security forces were deployed in riot gears Without naming President Donald Trump the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) said its members were “disturbed by the failure at the highest political level of the United States of America to unequivocally reject and condemn the racist violent events” in Charlottesville and suggested that this lack of action fuelled a “proliferation of racist discourse and incidents” The committee called on the US government high-level politicians and public officials to unequivocally and unconditionally reject and condemn racist hate speech and crimes in Charlottesville and throughout the country In a decision issued under its ‘early warning and urgent action’ procedure the Committee which monitors implementation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination said that “there should be no place in the world for racist white supremacist ideas or any similar ideologies that reject the core human rights principles of human dignity and equality” “We are alarmed by the racist demonstrations with overtly racist slogans chants and salutes by white nationalists neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan promoting white supremacy and inciting racial discrimination and hatred” said CERD Chairperson Anastasia Crickley In addition to the criminal investigation of the individual who ploughed his car into a crowd of peaceful protesters and killed a woman Heather Heyer the UN experts asked the US authorities to undertake concrete measures “to address the root causes of the proliferation of such racist manifestations” “We call on the US government to investigate thoroughly the phenomenon of racial discrimination targeting in particular people of African descent ethnic or ethno- religious minorities and migrants” Crickley said The CERD also called on the US to ensure that the rights to freedom of expression association and peaceful assembly are not exercised with the aim of destroying or denying the rights and freedoms of others It also asked the US to provide necessary guarantees so that such rights are not misused to promote racist hate speech and racist crimes For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Antananarivo | Published: March 9 2017 9:58 am The storm isexpected to move south through the island nation for several days affecting the capital of Antananarivo along the way (Source: AP) Top News Cyclone Enawo a massive tropical storm packing winds up to 300 km per hour (185 mph) killed at least five people when it slammed into the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar officials said on Wednesday Enawo made landfall on the vanilla-producing northeastern coast on Tuesday morning destroying roads and cutting off lines of communication to the Antalaha district that has a population of 230000 people By late Wednesday it had been downgraded from an intense tropical cyclone to a tropical storm with winds gusting up to 130 kph as it headed towards the capital Antananarivo Even as it was 100 km away from the city it was causing major disruption The streets were deserted as people stayed indoors Prime Minister Olivier Mahafaly ordered companies to let employees stay home to avoid the danger of rising water and landslides Watch What Else Is Making News About 500 people took shelter in a sports hall after the Andriantany canal which drains waste water from the city overflowed As of 8 pm (1700 GMT) five people had been confirmed killed and seven injured the national office of risk management said An estimated 22000 people were either displaced or had their property damaged by what was one of Madagascar’s worst storms in years Emergency assistance including tents food and small boats was ready to be sent to the affected areas once the storm cleared Prime Minister Mahafaly told reporters in his office “We will do our best with our own resources but we will make an emergency declaration if necessary if the damage will be significant” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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