German, Norwegian, Ghanaian Leaders Urge U.N. To Develop, Adopt Better Approaches To Handle International Crises

Associated Press: Leaders to U.N.: We need better crisis response after Ebola
“A trio of world leaders says the devastating Ebola outbreak exposed the ‘weakness’ of international crisis response and is seeking a solution. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, and Ghanaian President John Mahama have asked the U.N. secretary-general to create a high-level panel and commission a report on how the world can be faster and more coordinated in the face of disaster…” (Anina, 2/10).

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