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UN Urges Pause in Fighting to Allow Access to Trapped Civilians In Syria - The UN called on all sides to agree to a pause in the hostilities so that relief agencies could gain access to evacuate desperate civilians trapped in towns.

Ban Welcomes US-Russia Agreement on Syria's Chemical Weapons - Ban Ki-moon has expressed the hope that the deal will pave the way for a political solution to end the appalling suffering of the Syrian people.

UN Condemns Taliban Attack on US Consulate in Herat - Condemning the Taliban bombing attack against the US Consulate in Herat, the UN urged broad cooperation to ensure the perpetrators are brought to justice.

Ban Praises Syria For Agreeing To Abide By Treaty Banning Chemical Weapons - Ban Ki-moon has received a letter from the Government of Syria President Bassar Al-Assad will sign and abide by the 20-year-old international treaty on banning chemical weapons.

Ban Welcomes International Discussions on Syria`s Chemical Weapons - Ban Ki-moon has strongly welcomed the emergence of international discussions that could lead to an agreement in the UN Security Council to secure and destroy Syria`s chemical weapons.

UN Condemns Terrorist Attack in Somali Capital - The top United Nations envoy in Somalia deplored a terrorist attack in the Somali capital, Mogadishu.

UN Spotlights Literacy as Foundation for a More Sustainable Future - United Nations senior officials highlighted the role of literacy in achieving a more sustainable future, stressing that knowledge can help combat poverty and improve people's livelihoods.

Chuck Hagel Discusses Syria, Cooperation With Spain`s Defense Minister - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met with Spanish Defense Minister Pedro Morenés at the Pentagon.

Obama Explains Syria Decision In His Weekly Radio Address - Obama used his weekly address to explain his decision to take military action against Syria for using chemical weapons against its own people.

UN Will Continue Relief Work in Syria - The United Nations humanitarian chief reiterated the Organization`s commitment to continue its relief operations inside Syria.

At G20 Summit, Ban Pushes for Political Solution to Syria Crisis - Mr. Ban urged the leaders of the Permanent Five members of the Security Council to discharge their responsibility fully and for the sake of the people of Syria.

UN Marks First 'International Day of Charity' - Donate time or money, volunteer or act with kindness, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged people around the world.

UN: 2 Million In Zimbabwe Require Food Assistance - An estimated 2.2 million people are expected to need food assistance by early next year before the harvest period in March.

UN: Syrian Refugees Top 2 Million - With an estimated 5,000 desperate Syrians fleeing their homes every day, the spiralling violence in the country has now created more than 2 million refugees.

Chuck Hagel Discusses Syria With German Defense Minister - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel spoke by phone with German Defense Minister Thomas de Maiziere to discuss the ongoing violence in Syria.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Violence In The Congo - Ban Ki-moon condemned the latest bout of violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN Chemical Weapons Team Wraps Up Probe - As the situation in Syria continues to rapidly evolve, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon cut short an official visit in Europe.

UN To Continue Humanitarian Work In Syria - As tensions continue to ratchet up regarding the crisis in Syria, United Nations agencies today reiterated their commitment to continue providing emergency relief for Syrians inside the country.

Ban Appeals For Political Solution To Syrian Crisis - Ban Ki-moon urged members of the Security Council to explore all diplomatic options to bring all Syrian parties to the negotiating table.

UN Asks Egypt To Investigate Death Of Three Journalists - The head of the UN agency tasked with defending press freedom denounced the deaths of 3 Egyptian journalists and called for an investigation.

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