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The African Union’s 26th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of heads of states and governments began on a high note on Saturday. At the headquarters in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa, the AU conveyed the session on human rights with special emphasis on women for a prosperous Africa. “We must continue to place our people and their basic human rights at the center of Agenda 2063. This includes our people’s rights to education, to food, nutrition, to health, to safe water, sanitation, to jobs,” Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, chairperson, AU Commission said. displayAdvert("mpu_3") This crisis requires the most serious and urgent commitment from all of us. I applaud you for taking collective responsibility and acting decisively. Nevertheless, regional peace and security dominated the talks with Burundi at the forefront of debates. Taking to the stage, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged African leaders to work together to avert the current crisis in Burundi. ‘‘This crisis requires the most serious and urgent commitment from all of us. I applaud you for taking collective responsibility and acting decisively. The United Nations stands ready to support your efforts,” Ban Ki-moon said. Meanwhile, the AU has said it will not deploy troops to
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