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UN: Nigeria Crisis Sends over 6,000 People Fleeing for Safety - Anti-insurgent operations and general insecurity have uprooted thousands of people in north-eastern Nigeria.

UN Issues Call to Protect Marine Environment - Marking World Oceans Day, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the international community to do more to reverse degradation of the marine environment.

Ban: Egypt`s Draft Laws Must Conform to Human Rights Standards - Ban Ki-moon cited the need for Egypt to ensure that its draft laws conform to international human rights standards.

UN Condemns Global Food Waste - Tons of edible produce squandered each year " never making it from farm to fork.

Reader Writes Letter In Response To Mary Hardison Article - Grandma Mary, as the family refers to her, decided to go paragliding for her 101st birthday celebration a couple of months before the actual event.

Two-child Policy Violates Human Rights of Myanmar`s Rohingya Muslims - UN - The vast majority of the Rohingya Muslims are without citizenship, making them vulnerable to human rights violations.

UN Urges Ban On Tobacco Advertising - The UN urged Governments to ban all forms of tobacco advertising.

UN Urges End To Suffering In Syria - The United Nations human rights chief today urged the international community to stop the escalating bloodshed and suffering in Syria.

UN Calls on Syria`s Neighbors to Keep Borders Open for Refugees - The UN called on countries around Syria to keep their borders open for refugees.

UN Chief Ban Praises Buddhist Teachings - Buddhism can offer insights on how to face today's most pressing challenges, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

UN Praises Afghanistan`s Educational and Cultural Gains - Education is not against any religion, the head of the United Nations educational and cultural agency told Afghan authorities.

UN Chief Ban Condemns North Korea's Provocative Actions - Ban Ki-moon voiced concern about provocations and on the Korean Peninsula following reports that the North Korea launched short-range guided missiles.

Ban: Syria Conference Should be Held Immediatly - A political solution is the only way to end the Syria crisis.

Ban Urges Holistic Approach to Fight Terrorism - From the Horn of Africa in the east and across the Sahel to the west, terrorism continues to pose a threat to the continent`s peace, security and development, Ban Ki-moon said.

UN Urges Israel to Stop Highway Construction Through Palestinian Community - The UN called on Israel to immediately halt construction of a settlement highway that he said would cut through the Palestinian community of Beit Safafa.

UN Promotes Clean Energy In Africa - Less than 1 per cent of all patent applications relating to clean energy technology have been filed in Africa.

UN Combats Human Trafficking - Nearly one-third of all victims of human trafficking officially detected around the world between 2007 and 2010 were children.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Car Bomb Attack In Turkey - Ban Ki-moon condemned the car bomb attack that reportedly killed 40 people today in the town of Reyhanli, in Turkey's Hatay province.

UN Condemns Atrocities In Syria - The international community must act to stop the conflict in Syria and ensure those responsible for human rights violations are held accountable.

UN: Social Protection Measures Key in Fight Against Child Labor - The implementation of social protection measures can play a key role in rescuing minors from occupational bondage.


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