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At UN Brazilian President Calls for Joint Efforts to Contain Consequences of Global Economic Crisis - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff called on countries to boost international efforts to tackle the global economic crisis.

Benin Warns UN of Grave Threat Posed by Islamic Militants in Northern Mali - Benin`s President today called on the international community to help eliminate the grave threat posed by Islamist militants who have seized control of northern Mali.

Obama Speaks To UN General Assembly - Obama said the deadly violence sparked by an anti-Islam video is an assault on the very ideals upon which the United Nations was founded.

Bollywood Superstar Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Joins UN Fight Against HIV/AIDS - The UN announced the addition of Bollywood icon Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to its roster of International Goodwill Ambassadors, focussed on helping the Organization`s efforts in combating the spread of HIV infections in children.

UN: Situation 'Very Grim' In Syria - More than 18,000 people, mostly civilians, have died since the uprising against President al-Assad began in March 2011.

UN Highlights Role Of Rule Of Law In Preventing War - World leaders called on all states to recommit to the rule of law as a fundamental factor in preventing war at a UN summit that stressed the universality of humanitarian law.

UN Chief Ban Praises Aung San Suu Kyi - Ban Ki-moon highlighted the role played by Nobel laureate and pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar`s reconciliation efforts.

UN Marks International Day Of Peace - The United Nations today marked the International Day of Peace with a call for a total cessation of hostilities around the globe.

UN: Afghan Transition Moving Forward - Afghanistan is moving forward in the transition to greater ownership and responsibility for its affairs.

UN Chief Ban: UN Faces Many Global Challenges - World leaders will have a wide range of pressing global challenges to address as they convene at the United Nations next week, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

UN Appeals for Nearly $40 million to Assist Civilians Uprooted by Conflict In Congo - The United Nations refugee agency today appealed for just under $40 million to help almost half a million civilians displaced by conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN Condemns Violence Against Women - Violence against women and girls and the indiscriminate extraction of natural resources are among the most pressing issues that indigenous peoples face today.

UN: Haiti Facing Challenges On Justice Reform And Poverty - A United Nations human rights official today said that while Haiti shows encouraging signs of progress, it is still facing challenges such as justice reform and poverty.

UN Urges Palestinians And Israelis To Step Up Peace Efforts - The UN said that the lack of progress between Israelis and Palestinians on the political track and the continuing conflict and occupation put at risk the viability of the two-State solution.

UN Envoy Angelina Jolie Visits Displaced Syrians - On the last stop of a tour of countries neighbouring conflict-ridden Syria, United Nations special envoy Angelina Jolie on Sunday hailed the Iraqi Government's willingness to host those who have fled the violence and said she hoped that all Syrians seeking asylum would be welcomed.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Attack On US Consulate In Libya - UN Chief Ban condemned in the strongest terms yesterday`s attack against the United States Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

UN: Child Mortality Rates Down Sharply - Greater gains must be made to meet international goals to save infants and young children, according to a United Nations report released today.

UN Celebrates International Literacy Day - United Nations officials have stressed the importance of literacy in accelerating peace and development.

UN: Floods Will Worsen Cholera Epidemic In Africa - The UN warned that the current cholera emergency in West Africa is set to worsen as rains and floods create the conditions for the disease to spread faster and further in the region.

UN: Millions Needed To Help Syrian Refugees - The United Nations and its partners today increased their humanitarian appeal for Syria from $180 million to $347 million.


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