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SOP newswire3Top UN Envoy Deplores Wave of Deadly Attacks Across Iraq - The top UN envoy in Iraq hascondemned the series of deadly attacks carried out today across the country.
SOP newswire3Coalition To Investigate Koran Burning Incident In Afghanistan - Coalition members are working with Afghan leaders to quickly and fully investigate the grave mistake that yesterday ended in partially burned Qurans.
SOP newswire3Ban: Somali People Can Build Better Future with Global Help - Ban Ki-moon urged the international community to heed the cries for peace of the Somali people.
SOP newswire3Ban Asks Top UN Official to Visit Syria - Ban Ki-moon has asked the United Nations relief chief to visit Syria to assess the humanitarian situation.
SOP newswire3UN Deplores Israeli Approval of More Settlements in West Bank - The UN described as deplorable Israel`s announcement that is has given approval to a large number of new settlement units deep inside the occupied Palestinian territory.
SOP newswire3UN Provides Logistical Support for Historic Elections in Yemen - The United Nations is providing ongoing support to ensure that the ballot is carried out peacefully.
SOP newswire3UN Urges Dialogue After Latvia Votes Against Russian As Official Language - The UN independent expert on minority issues encouraged Latvia to ensure protection of the rights of the country`s Russian-speaking minority.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban To Visit United Kingdom - Ban Ki-moon will next week start a three-nation trip that will take him to the United Kingdom, where he will attend an international conference on the situation in Somalia, before proceeding to Zambia and Angola.
SOP newswire3Mexico: UN Voices Alarm After Killing of Dozens of Prison Inmates - The UN human rights office has called on Mexican authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into the killing of 44 inmates.
SOP newswire3Ban Calls for Boost in Efforts to Fight Organized Crime in West Africa - A rise in transnational organized crime, drug trafficking and piracy are threatening peace and stability across West Africa and the Sahel.
SOP newswire3UN Nuclear Agency Laments Lack of Progress During Iran Visit - The United Nations atomic energy watchdog has voiced disappointment at the lack of progress made during a two-day visit to Iran.
SOP newswireHindus to Showcase Contributions to New Zealand Society - In May this year, Hindu immigrants to New Zealand will hold a conference to highlight their contribution to the New Zealand society.
SOP newswireQueen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee Tour to Launch with Visits to Hindu School - Queen Elizabeth will launch her Diamond Jubilee Tour with a visit to a Hindu school in London.
SOP newswire3UN Alarmed At Deteriorating Humanitarian Conditions In Sudan - The UN expressed deep concern at the deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Sudan's states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Praises Political Agreement Reached By Somalis - Ban Ki-moon welcomed the political agreement reached by Somalis at a national constitutional conference.
SOP newswireUmar Rasool Kabu, Son of Ghulm Rasool Kabu Killed in North Kashmir, India - A young man was shot dead in North Kashmir, India, this evening, reports AIP.
SOP newswireEliminate Nuclear Tests for a Safer, More Prosperous World - Un Secretary General Ban Ki-moon calls on nations to move toward a nuclear-weapon-free world.
SOP newswire3Ban: Democratic Future For Libya Is Within Reach - Ban Ki-moon marked today`s one-year anniversary of the start of the Libyan revolution by calling on the North African country`s people to work together to transition to a democracy founded on justice.
SOP newswire2Tibetan Students Storm Chinese Embassy in New Delhi - New Delhi:A protest by Tibetan students outside the Chinese embassy in New Delhi turned violent as students clashed with police personnel and climbed on their vans before being dragged away on Thursday.
SOP newswire2Protest Against New Drug Policy in Kashmir: Police Charge Pharmacists - Srinagar: Dozens of Protesters were injured and arrested, when police baton charged pharmacists, who were protesting against the new drug policy at city center LalChowk here.
Adil AkhzerIsraeli Embassy Vehicle Attacked in India - New Delhi: At least four people were injured when a car belonging to the Israeli Embassy went up in flames after it exploded in the VVIP area of Indian national Capital.
Amin MasoodiUneasy Calm Prevails in Rafiabad as Bereaved Family Lives in Trauma Over Son's Murder - In grief-struck Lasier village of Rafiabad in Indian held Kashmir, uneasy calm prevailed for the third consecutive day today as hundreds of people visited the bereaved family members of deceased youth to express their solidarity.
SOP newswire3Ban Urges Dialogue in Dispute over Falkland Islands - Ban Ki-moon voiced hope that Argentina and the United Kingdom can avoid escalating their dispute over the Falkland Islands.
SOP newswire3UN General Assembly To Discuss Latest Developments In Syria - The General Assembly will meet on Monday to discuss the situation in Syria.
SOP newswire2Indian Kashmir: Ashiq Ahmad Rather Killed in Army Gun Fire - Srinagar, Indian: A youth Ashiq Ahmad Rather of north Kashmir was killed in an Army ambush late this evening.
SOP newswire2Breaking News: Bus Falls 300 Feet into Chenab River: 20 People Killed - Jammu: At least 20 people were killed when a bus rolled down at least 300 feet below from the hilly road and fell into the Chenab River in Jammu and Kashmir Doda district Friday morning, police said.
SOP newswire3UN-Backed Census Aims to Improve Lives of Dominican Refugees - A United Nations-backed census has been launched in the Dominican Republic to improve to the lives of hundreds of refugees and asylum-seekers.
SOP newswire3UN Helping Poor Get Food In Libyan City Of Benghazi - A UN food voucher scheme aims to help vulnerable families in the Libyan port city of Benghazi get the food they need.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Hopes Crisis Will Eease In Maldives - Ban Ki-moon voiced hope that the resignation of the President of the Maldives will help to peacefully end the ongoing political crisis.
SOP newswire3Pentagon: Syrian Actions Deplorable - Pemntagon: Armed attacks by the Syrian regime that have killed thousands are deplorable.
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