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UN: Thousands Displaced By Fighitng On Sudan/South Sudan Border - Some 35,000 people have been displaced by the recent fighting near the border between Sudan and South Sudan.

UN Providing Food For 250,000 Syrians - The UN food agency announced it is stepping up its assistance to reach, by the ends of the month, a quarter of a million Syrians.

Ban Stresses Need for Reproductive Health Care for Young People - Ban Ki-moon stressed the need to provide reproductive health care for young people, as well as give them access to the necessary information.

UN: Syria Undergoing Pivotal Moment for its Stabilization - Mr. Annan`s plan calls for an end to violence, access for humanitarian agencies to provide relief to those in need, the release of detainees, and the start of an inclusive political dialogue.

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Security Council Authorizes UN Observer Mission in Syria - The Security Council today authorized the establishment of a United Nations observer mission to Syria, for an initial period 90 days.

UN: Syrian Refugees Need Help - The UN said that one month after they issued an appeal for $84 million to help Syrian refugees in Jordan and Iraq, only 20 per cent of the funds had been received.

UN Concerned About Worsening Humanitarian Situation In Yemen - The UN raised concern about Yemen`s humanitarian situation.

UN: Humanitarian Aid Needed In Syria - The immediate priority for humanitarian organizations is to obtain unhindered access, especially to people in areas which have seen heavy fighting, the United Nations humanitarian chief said today.

UN Chief Ban: Launch Of North Korea's Satellite Deplorable - Despite its failure, the launch of a satellite by the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea is deplorable, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today

At Google 'Hangout' Ban Engages Youth Around The World - Ban Ki-moon engaged with young people from around the world on issues such as technology, youth unemployment and women`s rights during an online conversation hosted on the Google Plus platform.

Ban Mourns Death Of Malawali President - Ban Ki-moon today mourned the death of the President of Malawi, Bingu Wa Mutharika.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Escalation Of Violence In Syria - Ban Ki-moon condemned the latest escalation of violence in Syria despite the Government's commitments to withdraw troops.

UN: Surge Of Violence In Syria Unacceptable - Kofi Annan today stressed the escalation of violence in Syria is unacceptable.

Libya: UN Voices Concern Over Violence - The UN mission in Libya expressed deepover the recent intensification of violence in three towns in the north-west and deplored reports of a growing number of casualties.

Construction of UN-supported Hydro Power Plant Begins in Sierra Leone - The construction of a United Nations-supported hydro power plant has commenced in north-western Sierra Leone.

UN Relief Chief Welcomes Brazil`s Contribution to Humanitarian Action - The United Nations humanitarian affairs chief pledged support for Brazil`s humanitarian work around the world

UN Outraged Over Suicide Bombing of National Theatre in Mogadishu - The United Nations envoy for Somalia has voiced outrage at today`s suicide bomb attack in the newly reopened national theatre in the capital, Mogadishu.

UN Chief Ban Praises Global De-Mining Efforts - Ban Ki-moon today highlighted the work of United Nations mine action personnel around the world in preventing landmines and unexploded ordnance from causing harm long after conflicts have ended.

UN Concerned About Plight Of Refugees From Balkans Conflicts - The UN refugee agency highlighted the plight of people still living as refugees two decades after the siege of the city of Sarajevo during the Balkans conflicts.


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