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Governments Adopt Global Migration Pact

The Global Compact for Migration was adopted on Monday by leading representatives from 164 Governments at an international conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, in an historic move described by UN Chief Guterres as the creation of a "roadmap to prevent suffering and chaos."

SOP newswireUN sends aid, experts to Solomon Islands in response to Pacific tsunami - The United Nations Children's Fund has pre-positioned emergency medical supplies to help thousands of people in the Solomon Islands while experts from the world body are poised to travel
SOP newswireUN's Nepal envoy welcomes establishment of Interim Government - The senior United Nations envoy to Nepal today hailed the establishment of the country's interim Government, while emphasizing that many challenges lie ahead as
SOP newswireGiambastiani Lauds Slovenia for Deployment Participation - LJUBLJANA, Slovenia, March 31, 2007 – Slovenia’s deployments to multiple countries for NATO, the United Nations and the European Union drew praise here yesterday from the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
SOP newswireLebanon, Ban Ki-moon stresses need for eventual permanent ceasefire - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today visited South Lebanon, where he voiced hope that a cessation of hostilities in place since the end of last year's 34-day war
SOP newswireExtending UN's Liberia mission - The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) for six more months while asking Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to report
SOP newswireSri Lanka: Ban Ki-moon says parties must end escalating cycle of violence - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today spoke out against escalating violations of the 2002 ceasefire between the Sri Lankan Government and the
SOP newswireConcerned at food shortfall in DPR Korea, UN agency seeks to increase aid - Facing a huge shortfall in the $102 million it has already sought to feed up to 1.9 million especially vulnerable people in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the United Nations
SOP newswireLatvia-Russia Border Treaty - The United States welcomes the signing in Moscow of a treaty between Latvia and Russia to demarcate the border between their two nations. Russia and Latvia
SOP newswireColombia: UN voices concern over new threats to human rights advocates - Thirteen human rights organizations in southern Colombia have received death threats from an emergent illegal armed group, the New Generation, United Nations officials have reported in their latest
SOP newswireU.S. and India Partnering for a Better Global Environment - U.S. EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson is leading a U.S. delegation to India to meet with environmental officials on global environmental cooperation.
SOP newswireIndependence Is The Only Option for Kosovo - The only viable option for Kosovo is independence, with an initial period of supervision by the international community, the senior United Nations official overseeing the Serbian province"s future status
SOP newswireSecurity Council tightens sanctions against Iran over uranium enrichment - The United Nations Security Council acted unanimously today to tighten sanctions on Iran, imposing a ban on arms sales and expanding the freeze
SOP newswireImmediate cessation of hostilities in Somalia, urges Ban Ki-moon - As fighting flared in Somalia, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for an immediate cessation of hostilities and steps toward
SOP newswireUN envoy condemns assassination attempt on Iraq's deputy prime minister - The senior United Nations envoy to Iraq today strongly condemned the recent assassination attempt against Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Salam Z. Al-Zubai,
SOP newswireLocust Infestations in Horn of Africia Prompt New Alert - Late instar hopper bands and newly fledged adults are present in pearl millet crops in wadis and in natural vegetation on the coastal plains.
SOP newswireAzerbaijan and U.S. Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Energy Security Cooperation - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Mammadyarov will sign a U.S.-Azerbaijan Memorandum of Understanding on Energy Security Cooperation in the Caspian Region today, March 22, at the U.S. Department of State.
SOP newswireNisei Linguists Has A Voice - A group of Japanese-Americans who served as interpreters and interrogators helped America “fight smart” during World War II, a top military historian said today.
SOP newswireTraditional Nowrouz celebrations flourish from New York to California - Washington -- Every culture celebrates the change in seasons in some fashion, but few are as ancient, colorful and full of symbolism as the traditional ceremonies for the beginning of the Persian New Year.
SOP newswireUN agency moves Chadian refugees deeper into Sudan because of insecurity - The United Nations refugee agency is helping to move hundreds of Chadians from a volatile border area to a camp deeper in Sudan at the
Krista BellesSaddam's Family Reburied Near His Grave - Saddam Hussein's sons, Odai, 39, and Qusai, 37, along with his 14 year old grandson, Mustafa were exhumed Tuesday and moved to be near Hussein's grave in his hometown north of Baghdad.
SOP newswireU.N. Potential Progress In Middle East - Recent agreements can potentially pave the way for progress in Middle East peace efforts after a year in which hopes seemed to be steadily diminishing,
Krzys WasilewskiA Renaissance in Conflict - On March 13, 1884, the forces of Mahdi Muhammad Ahmad – a Muslim religious and political leader - began the siege of Khartoum.
SOP newswireChinese Military Buildup a Source of Interest and Concern - Washington -- U.S. officials are calling on China to show greater transparency in its military strategy and doctrine, saying the country’s continuing military buildup is a source of concern and interest.
SOP newswireRoute clearance mission attacked - BAGHDAD – Soldiers from Multi-National Division - Baghdad have successfully found
John LillpopBoomers Over Mexico! No Flight Plan - President Calderon, I am delighted to announce that 40 million undocumented American boomers are headed to Mexico!
SOP newswireGirls speak out for their rights at UN - Girls from around the world – including a former child soldier from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), an HIV-positive rape
Ashley MathewsBest Dressed World Leaders - Who is the Most Fly - Most of us watch award shows to see our favorite celebrities on the red carpet. However, we also watch to see what their wearing so we can pass good or bad judgment on them
SOP newswireUN grants Sierra Leone $35 million - Pushing ahead with efforts to prevent countries that the United Nations has helped emerge from war from slipping back into conflict, Secretary-General Ban
SOP newswireBlood Mining - Ban Ki-moon focuses on mining reform - Highlighting that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) continues to pose "a threat to international peace and security in the region," the
SOP newswireThe Cuban Nation Renew Bilateral Ties with India - Indian Foreign Minister Anand Sharma on Tuesday reiterated the need to renew trade and political ties between India and Cuba and vowed that relationship between the two sovereign states will improve
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