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UN Chief Ban Condemns Taliban Attack On Schoolgirl
Malala Yousufzai,14,who opposed Taliban restrictions on female education, was in critical condition after gunmen shot her in the head and neck.
UN Marks World Post Day
The UN marked World Post Day with a pledge to fully embrace the digital age.
UN: 870 Million Chronically Undernourished
Almost 870 million people are suffering from chronic malnutrition, according to a new UN report.
UN Chief Ban: Governments Must Heed Demands Of Their People
Ban Ki-moon urged governments to meet the demands of their people.
UN Marks World Teachers' Day
Some 1.7 million more teachers are needed to achieve universal primary education by 2015.
UN Condemns Terrorist Attacks In Aleppo
The UN condemned the terrorist attacks in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
UN Chief Ban Encourages Turkey to Keep Open Communication Channels with Syria
Ban Ki-moon expressed his concern at the incident which killed six Turkish civilians.
UN Marks International Day of Non-Violence
UN condemns acts of violence In Iraq and all over the world.
UN Helps Zimbabwe Fight AIDS
Zimbabwe is set to attain universal coverage for AIDS treatment thanks to the UN.
UN Helps Tanzania Slash Maternal Deaths
Tanzania has made significant advances in cutting maternal deaths thanks to a UN programme.
UN: Number Of Syrian Refugees Has Tripled
More than 300,000 Syrians have fled to neighbouring countries.
UN Condemns Deadly Attack In Darfur
The UN deplored an ambush that took place in the Sudanese region of Darfur.
At UN, Mexico Urges Countries To Combat Illegal Drug Trade
Mexican President Felipe CalderÃ³n Hinojosa urged Member States to increase their efforts to combat the illegal drug trade.
UN: Kazakhstan Risks Losing Gains in Slavery Fight
A new law which complicates the process for labourers to acquire work permits in Kazakhstan risks reversing recent gains made by the Central Asian country in its fight against slavery.
UN: Global Crises Straining Humanitarian Resources
A combination of major new conflicts and unresolved ones around the world are increasingly straining humanitarian resources at unprecedented levels.
At UN Indian Minister Calls for International Convention on Terrorism
India`s Minister of External Affairs used his address before the UN to call for universal rejection of acts of terror and piracy.
UN: Sudan Cooperating With South Sudan
The agreement with South Sudan would not have taken place without Sudan`s willingness to cooperate and its commitment to peace.
UN Must Step Up Its Aid To Developing Countries
Uruguay`s Foreign Minister Luis Almagro called on the UN to step up its aid to developing countries.
African Countries Demand Representation In UN Security Council
African ministers at the United Nations General Assembly to day called for expanding the Security Council to include permanent representation for their continent.
Syrian Crisis Makes UN Reform Ever More Urgent
The deadly violence in Syria is clear testimony of the need to reform the UN to strengthen its preventive capabilities, European ministers told the General Assembly today.
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