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'Snow White's Seven Patches' by Jewel Kats Published as First Vitiligo Fairy Tale - With her new landmark publication in the world of children`s literature, Jewel Kats is now the author of first ever fairytale about vitiligo.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Attack on UN Base in South Sudan - Ban Ki-moon and the members of the Security Council have strongly condemned the ongoing violence, including the deadly attack on a United Nations base in Akobo.

Ban Pledges Solidarity with People of Typhoon-hit Tacloban - Visiting the storm-ravaged Philippine city of Tacloban, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hailed the resilience of the people.

UN Highlights Refugee Problem - The UN warned today that 2013 is on track for some of the highest levels of forced displacement ever seen.

UN Marks International Migrants Day - To mark International Migrants Day, the United Nations family is calling on people and Governments everywhere to reject xenophobia and embrace migration as a key enabler for equitable, inclusive and sustainable social and economic development.

UN Ramps Up Aid for 6 Million Child Victims of Typhoon Haiyan - Filipino communities are working together to clean schools, 193 classroom-sized tents have been erected for close to 20,000 students, and over 50,000 children are benefitting from UNICEF school supplies.

UN: Afghanistan Advancing Towards Stability as International Force Draws Down - Despite volatility and uncertainty, Afghanistan continues to make progress in enhancing its stability as the drawdown continues for the international forces that have sought to bring security there for the past 12 years.

Ban Calls on World Leaders to Emulate Mandela`s Example - Ban Ki-moon called on world leaders to follow the example of the late South African President Nelson Mandela in making 2014 the year of protecting people.

Chuck Hagel Warns Ukraine Not to Use Military Against Protestors - huck Hagel warned his Ukrainian counterpart against using the military to quell demonstrations over President Viktor Yanukovych`s decision to shelve a trade agreement with the European Union.

Ban Pleads with People of Central African Republic to End Bloodshed - Ban Ki-moon is taking to the airwaves to make a personal appeal to the citizens of the strife-torn Central African Republic to end the bloodshed.

Ban: Those Guilty of Chemical Weapons Attacks in Syria Must Be Punished - Ban Ki-moon called on the international community to hold accountable those responsible for the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Ban Urges Bagladesh`s Leaders to Solve Differences Over Elections through Dialogue - Ban Ki-moon today called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to resolve differences over upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for January through dialogue.

UN Condemns Uruguay`s Move to Legalize Cannabis - The United Nations drug and crime agency today said that a decision by the Uruguayan parliament to legalize cannabis is a strike against international cooperation.

UN: Progress in Malaria Fight Despite Less Funding - The number of people killed by malaria has been cut by nearly half in Africa and a slightly lower rate globally.

Obama's Complete Nelson Mandela Memorial Speech: Video - In President Obama`s remarks, he reflected on what Mandela meant to him personally, as well as to the people of South Africa, and urged all of us to remember Madiba`s legacy and contributions to humanity.

UN: One in Three Children Do Not Officially Exist - Nearly 230 million children under the age of five have not had their births officially recorded, excluding them from education, health care and social security.

UN Concerned as Israeli Demolitions Displace Dozens of Palestinians - UN voiced concern as Israeli demolitions in the Jordan Valley resulted in the displacement of 41 people, including 24 children.

UN Chief Ban: Mandela's Life Serves As Inspiration for World - Ban Ki-moon paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, telling the thousands gathered at the memorial service that the life and legacy of the former South African president was an inspiration for the world.

Ban Appeals for Safety of Missing Orthodox Christian Nuns in Syria - Ban Ki-moon today appealed for the safety of 12 nuns who went missing from a convent in the Syrian town of Ma`aloula.

UN Chief Ban to Attend Memorial Service for Nelson Mandela - Ban Ki-moon arrived today in Johannesburg, where he will join scores of world leaders at the official memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela on Tuesday.

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