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UN Chief Ban Speaks Out Against Torture - Ban Ki-moon called on countries to provide support for victims of torture.

UN Fights Illegal Drug Trade - Highlighting the impact of drug abuse around the world, the head of the United Nations anti-drugs office today said that countering transnational organized crime and illicit drugs must become an integral part of the development agenda.

UN: Civilians In Afghanistan Must Be Protected - The UN mission in Afghanistan drew attention to the critical need to protect civilians.

UN Calls On South Sudan To Curb Inter-Communal Violence - The UN called on South Sudan to develop a comprehensive plan for curbing violence in Jonglei state.

UN Chief Ban Displays Concern Over Turkish Jet Shot Down Over Syria - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed his deep concern about the shooting down of a Turkish military jet shot over Syria.

UN Chief Ban Congratulates Winner of Egypt's Presidential Election - Ban Ki-moon welcomes the conclusion of Egypt's presidential election process following the release of official results, his spokesperson said today.

UN: Situation In Syria Gets Much Worse - The UN relief coordination agency said that the humanitarian situation in Syria continues to deteriorate, with up to 1.5 million people in need of assistance.

Secretary-General Welcomes Resumption of National Dialogue in Lebanon - Ban Ki-moon welcomes the resumption of the National Dialogue between political leaders in Lebanon, Mr. Ban`s spokesperson said today.

UN Marks World Refugee Day - The United Nations marked World Refugee Day by focusing on the more than 42 million people worldwide who have been forcibly displaced from their homes.

UN Marks 'Day Of African Child' - The UN Children's Fund is marking this year's Day of the African Child with a call to families and governments on the continent to protect children with disabilities from discrimination.

UN Chief Ban Mourns Death Of Saudi Crown Prince - Ban Ki-moon voiced his sadness at the passingof Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.

UN Suspends Monitoring Activity In Syria - The United Nations observer mission in Syria has suspended its activities owing to an intensification of armed violence across the country over the past 10 days, its chief announced today.

UN Chief Ban Urges Arab Media To Promote Peace - Ban Ki-moon today hailed the dedication and courage of journalists, activists, policy-makers and civil society representatives who have worked to promote democracy across the Middle East and North Africa, and urged them to continue their efforts to advance peace, especially among Israelis and Palestinians.

UN Provides $10 Million In Emergency Aid To Syrian Refugees - The United Nations humanitarian arm has provided nearly $10 million in fresh funding in recent weeks to assist Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan.

UN: Vast Economic Growth Potential In Africa - African countries must pursue structural transformation to sustain growth, create jobs and reduce vulnerability to external shocks, says a United Nations report released today.

UN Urges Israel To End Blockade Of Gaza - With the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip now entering its sixth year, the top United Nations humanitarian official today called for its immediate lifting.

UN Condemns Escalating Violence In Myanmar - A United Nations independent human rights expert today warned that escalating violence among communities in Myanmar`s Rakhine state represents a serious threat to the country`s future.

UN Condemns Deadly Attacks In Iraq - In the wake of deadly attacks across Iraq, the United Nations top envoy there expressed his shock today and called for the country`s Government to address the root causes behind the violence.

UN: We Must Redouble Efforts To Fight AIDS - It is urgent that efforts be redoubled to end this global epidemic, top United Nations officials stressed.

UN Concerned About Escalation Of Violence In Homs, Syria - Amidst reports of heavy fighting, UN observers in Syria are concerned over the escalation of violence in the city of Homs, a Syrian opposition stronghold.


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