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UN Chief Ban Visits South Korea - Ban Ki-moon and the President of the Republic of Korea Lee Myung-bak, held talks in Seoul , focusing on issues such as the situation on the Korean peninsula, global nuclear security and the crisis in Syria.

UN Chief Ban Pays Tribute To All Those Seeking Truth And Justice - Ban Ki-moon paid tribute to all the brave individuals worldwide who have devoted their lives to promoting access to truth and justice.

UN Demands End To Violence In Syria - The UN adopted a resolution demanding that the Syrian Government cease all violence, protect its people.

UN Chief Ban Seeks To End Global Epidemic Of Tuberculosis - Ban Ki-moon marked this year's World Tuberculosis Day with a call for a greater push to eliminate once and for all the second top infectious killer of adults after HIV/AIDS.

UN: Drought A Serious Problem In Africa - The UN is warning that more than a million children below the age of five in the Sahel are facing a disaster amid the ongoing food crisis in the drought-prone region of Africa.

UN Chief Ban Saddened By Helicopter Crash In Afghanistan - Ban Ki-moon voiced his sadness at the news of the helicopter crash on the outskirts of the Afghan capital, Kabul, which claimed the lives of over a dozen Turkish soldiers and Afghan civilians.

UN Chief Condemns Bomb Attacks in Syrian Capital - Ban Ki-moon has condemned bomb attacks in Damascus, which killed or wounded scores of people.

UN Chief Ban Urges North Korea Not To Launch Satellite - Ban Ki-moon turged the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea to reconsider its decision to launch a application satellite.

UN Chief Ban Praises Sudan And South Sudan For Striving For Peace - Ban Ki-moon has commended the Governments of Sudan and South Sudan for the progress they have made in talks aimed at resolving post-independence issues.

Mexico: UN Concerned Over Impunity in Cases of Enforced Disappearances - A group of UN human rights experts called on Mexico to develop effective measures to combat impunity in cases of enforced disappearances.

Obama Promises Full Investigation of Afghanistan Shootings - President Barack Obama today said the United States takes seriously the March 11 murder of Afghan civilians and promised Afghan leaders a full investigation into the incident.

UN Urges Countries to Stop Reprisals Against Rights Defenders - An independent UN expert has joined regional partners in urging governments to stop reprisals against individuals and groups seeking to cooperate with UN and regional human rights mechanisms.

UN Urges Israel to Release Palestinian Woman Prisoner on Hunger Strike - A UN human rights expert urged Israel to release Hana Shalabi, a Palestinian woman prisoner who has been on a hunger strike for nearly a month.

Haiti: Three UN Peacekeepers Repatriated for Sexual Abuse - Three United Nations peacekeepers in Haiti have been repatriated following a Pakistani military hearing on the sexual abuse of a 14-year-old Haitian male, a spokesman for the world body said today.

UN: Water Must Reach Rural Areas - A United Nations report launched today spotlights the need to address unequal water access in Europe.

UN: Five Million Yemenis Need Food Assistance - Almost five million Yemenis are unable to produce or buy the food they need.

UN Seeks End To Violence In Syria - The Joint Special Envoy of the United Nations and the League of Arab States for Syria, Kofi Annan, said he expects to hear back from Syrian authorities today.

UN: Outbreak Of Violence In South Sudan - The UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan sent patrol units and a medical team to an area on the country`s border with Ethiopia where unidentified raiders reportedly attacked several cattle camps.

UN Horrified By Violence In Syria - The UN relief chief urged Syrian authorities to allow unrestricted access to humanitarian organizations to deliver aid to people affected by the ongoing violence

Libya: UN Envisages Flexible Mission to Support Transition - It is our intention to build on the conclusions of the report of the Secretary-General on Civilian Capacity to design new and more flexible ways to mobilize civilian expertise in support of the Libyans.


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