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Obama Remembers Veterans, Past & Present, On Memorial Day
President Barack Obama today urged all Americans to remember those who sacrificed for the country and to help service members still feeling the effects of war.
UN: Fighting Malnutrition Must Be Top Priority In Yemen
The UN that fighting malnutrition in Yemen should be a top priority in the Middle Eastern country.
UN Chief Ban To Travel To Saudi Arabia And Turkey
Ban Ki-moon will next week travel to Turkey and Saudi Arabia for a number of engagements in the two countries.
UN: Somalia`s Leaders Clear Obstacles to Ending Transitional Period
Leaders in Somalia have agreed to set up a Constituent Assembly that will adopt the East African nation`s new constitution.
UN Boosts Services for Sudanese Refugees in South Sudan
The UN refugee agency said it is expanding relief operations for refugees in the Yida camp in South Sudan.
UN Chief Ban Welcomes Further Talks on Iran`s Nuclear Capabilities
Ban Ki-moon welcomes the recently concluded talks between Iran and the E3+3 grouping.
UN Chief Ban Praises Elections In Egypt
Ban Ki-moon commended the Egyptian authorities for their organization of the country`s presidential elections.
UN: Mediation Plays Role In Resolving Conflicts
Mediation is a valuable and effective tool for conflict prevention and the peaceful settlement of disputes.
UN: Too Many Civilians Dying In Somalia
The UN's top humanitarian official for the east African country reiterated his call for efforts to be made to minimize the impact of conflict on civilians.
On Burkina Faso Visit, UN Relief Chief Stresses Need for Rapid Response to Food Crisis
The United Nations humanitarian chief today stressed the need to respond rapidly to the food and nutrition crisis in Burkina Faso.
UN Calls for Protection of Libya`s Old City of Ghadames
The UN called for the protection of Libya`s Old City of GhadamÃ¨s, voicing concern over reports that the town has been the target of rocket attacks.
UN Calls For Greater Protection Of World's Oceans
Marking the International Day for Biological Diversity, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today highlighted the fragile state of the world`s oceans, urging greater protection for marine biodiversity.
UN Chief Ban Condemns Beating Of Mali's Interim President
Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned today an attack against Mali`s interim President Dioncounda TraorÃ©, which reportedly left the leader with head injuries.
UN Condemns Murder Of Pakistani Journalists
The UN denounced the murders of two Pakistani journalists.
UN: Maternal Deaths Continue To Decline
The number of women dying of pregnancy and childbirth related complications has almost halved in 20 years.
UN: Diabetes and High Blood Pressure On the Rise Worldwide
The number of people with high blood pressure and diabetes is drastically increasing in both developed and developing countries.
Assembly Head Urges Countries to Overcome Deadlock in UN Disarmament Body
The President of the General Assembly today called on Member States to advance the work of the United Nations Conference on Disarmament.
UN Praises Those Who Rebelled Against Slavery
The President of the General Assembly Nassir, Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, today paid tribute to the courage of the men and women who rebelled against the cruelty of slavery.
UN: Somalia Entering Critical Stage
Somalia is entering its most critical stage as the end of its transitional governing period approaches in August.
Vehicles Carrying UN Observers Damaged in Bomb Blast in Syria
Three vehicles belonging to a convoy of UN observers in Syria were damaged in a bomb blast near the city of Hama.
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