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UN Combats Tuberculosis - United Nations officials urged countries to respond to drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis.

UN Deplores Killing of Five Palestinian Children in Syria - The UN condemned the killing of five Palestinian children refugees in Syria.

UN Will Investigate Allegations Of Chemical Attacks In Syria - The United Nations will launch an independent investigation into allegations of the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria.

UN Condemns Wave Of Attacks In Baghdad - The UN condemned the wave of coordinated car bomb attacks and shootings that killed dozens of civilians in Baghdad.

UN Condemns US Drone Policy - The United States' ongoing drone campaign in Pakistan is a violation of the South Asian nation's sovereignty.

UN Congratulates Pope Francis on Assuming Leadership of Catholic Church - UN officials offered their congratulations to Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who has taken the name Pope Francis on his assumption of the papacy.

UN: Corruption Hurts Human Rights - Corruption kills by siphoning money from humanitarian and development projects, the top United Nations human rights official said.

Ban Welcomes Border Agreement Between Sudan And South Sudan - Ban Ki-moon welcomed an agreement by Sudan and South Sudan which aim to strengthen border security.

Ban Demands Release of UN Peacekeepers Held in Golan Heights - Ban condemned the detention by armed elements of the Syrian opposition of a group of UN peacekeepers who monitor the ceasefire in the Golan Heights between Israel and Syria

UN: Syrian Refugees Reach 1 Million - One million Syrians have fled their homeland, the head of the United Nations refugee agency warned.

UN : Employ People With Disabilities - The UN human rights chiefcalled for promoting the employment of persons with disabilities and removing the obstacles that impede them from working on an equal basis with others.

UN Condemns Attacks On Albinos In Tanzania - The top UN human rights official said she was appalled increased attacks against people with albinism in Tanzania.

Ban, UN-Arab League Envoy Meet to Discuss Efforts to End Syrian Crisis - The international community must act with unity to achieve a political solution and end the suffering in Syria.

UN: Kenyan Elections Must Be Free Of Sexual Violence - The UN has called on authorities to ensure the protection of females, recalling that thousands of rapes were documented during the violence that followed the 2007 elections.

UN: Millions Starving In South Sudan - Despite improved harvests, nearly 40 per cent of South Sudan`s population " or one million people " will have trouble getting enough to eat this year.

UN Urges Inquiry Into Gulags In North Korea - UN experts urged an international inquiry into human rights abuses in North Korea.

UN Urges International Probe Into Death Of Palestinian Prisoner - A UN human rights expert called for an international investigation into the death of Palestinian prisoner Arafat Jaradat.

UN Concerned As Rocket Fired From Gaza Hits Israel - UN officials voiced their concern after a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed in southern Israel

UN Calls for Investigation into Death of Palestinian in Israeli Detention - The UN voiced concern about the death in Israeli detention of Arafat Jaradat.

UN: International Justice System Must Be Improved - UN officials stressed the importance of strengthening international processes that will monitor and prevent rights violations around the world

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