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UN And MTV Launch Campaign Against Human Trafficking - The UN launched a joint campaign with MTV Latin America, the television network Tr3s and rock band Calle 13 to raise awareness about human trafficking.

UN Chief Ban Urges Support for UN Peacebuilding Fund - Ban Ki-moon today called for continued backing and financial support for the United Nations fund that helps countries emerging from conflict to build lasting peace.

UN Report: Global Success Fighting AIDS - Global efforts to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS are showing optimistic results, but transformative efforts are needed to accelerate progress.

UN and Volleyball Partner to Promote Global Anti-poverty Goals - United Nations is partnering with volleyball to use the sport to spotlight the campaign to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.

UN Reports 3 Areas In Somalia Have Emerged From Famine - The UN reported that three areas in Somalia which were declared to be in a state of famine earlier this year have emerged from the dire food crisis.

UN: Link Between Global Warming And Extreme Weather - A United Nations-backed report confirms the link between climate change and current trends in extreme weather.

UN General Assembly Condemns Plot To Assassinate Sauid Arabian Ambassador - United Nations Member States today deplored a disrupted plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States.

UN Reinstates Libya As Member Of Un Human Rights Council - United Nations Member States voted overwhelmingly today to readmit Libya as a member of the UN Human Rights Council

UN: Deforestation Threatens Planet - Deforestation not only threatens the planet`s climate and national economic development, but also communities whose income, culture and way of life depend on healthy forests.

UN Officials Preach 'Active' Tolerance - Top United Nations officials stressed today the importance of practising active tolerance .

UN: Cassava Virus Threatening Crops In East Africa - The UN Food and Agriculture Organization is urging swift action to tackle a cassava virus that is affecting large parts of East Africa and threatening a staple food crop for much of the region.

UN Chief Ban Lauds Bangladesh`s Progress On Children`s Health - Ban Ki-moon spotlighted the progress made by Bangladesh in advancing women`s and children`s health.

UN Condemns Attacks On Embassies In Syria - Security Council members strongly condemned the recent attacks against embassies in Syria.

UN: Low Levels Of Radiation Detected In Europe - Small amounts of a radioactive particle have been detected in the air in the Czech Republic and other European locations.

UN Calls On Egypt To Ensure Basic Rights - The United Nations human rights office today voiced concern at recent events in Egypt, including the military trial and jailing of a blogger/activist.

UN Envoy Welcomes Conviction for Rape and Murder During Bosnian Conflict - The envoy spearheading UN efforts to combat sexual violence in conflict welcomed the conviction of a Bosnian Serb ex-soldier for acts of murder, rape and enslavement during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s.

UN Chief Ban And Norwegian Leader Discuss Climate Change - Climate change, sustainable development and women and children`s health topped discussions between Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Norway`s Prime Minister in New York.

UN: Death Toll Passes 3,500 as Syrian Crackdown Continues - The brutal crackdown on dissent in Syria continues unabated despite the signing of an Arab League peace plan last week.

UN Chief Ban: UN Must Lead Way In Conflict Mediation Efforts Worldwide - The United Nations must enhance its capacity to provide mediation support to prevent conflicts worldwide, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

UN Chief Ban: Civilians In Armed Conflicts Must Be Protected - The UN stressed the need to do more to protect civilians who are increasingly bearing the brunt of the various conflicts.


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