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UN Urges Haiti To Form A Government - The United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti today urged the country`s authorities to immediately form a government.

UN: Social Investments Deserve Priority In Economic Recovery - A new United Nations report finds that many governments did not pay enough attention to the social implications of the recent global financial crisis.

UN: Rainforests In Danger - Illegal logging, poaching, and other intrusions have led rainforests in Honduras and Indonesia to be placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger.

UN: Way Civilians Are Being Treated In Sudan Is Reprehensible - The UN says the way civilians are being treated in the Sudanese state of Southern Kordofan is reprehensible ".

Young Palestinian Refugee Wins UN Film Competition - A short film based on the story of a Palestinian refugee family returning to their ruined home in a conflict-ravaged camp in Lebanon was declared the winner of a film competition organized by the UN.

UN Chief Ban: Talks Underway To Resolve Libyan Crisis - The beginnings of a negotiation process have begun under the auspices of the United Nations, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

UN Condemns Violence Against Gays - The UN expressed grave concern at the violence and discrimination experienced by people because of their sexual orientation.

Angelina Jolie Meets With Syrian Refugees in Turkey - Hollywood actress and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie met today with some of the thousands of Syrians who have fled the violence in their country.

UN: Israeli Blockade of Gaza Hurts Employment - Unemployment in the Gaza Strip remains among the highest in the world and real wages have continued to decline every year since Israel imposed a blockade of the area.

UN Condemns Violence In Sudan - Clashes continue to be reported in the Sudanese state of Southern Kordofan despite calls by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and other top United Nations officials for an end to the hostilities.

May Extremely Bloody Month For Civilians In Afghanistan - Last month was the most violent for civilians in Afghanistan in recent years as attacks by insurgents intensified.

UN Condemns Countries That Allow Children To Engage In Dangerous Work - More than half of the world`s estimated 215 million child labourers are engaged in hazardous work.

UN Urges Syria To End Repression - The UN voiced concern at the escalating violence in Syria.

UN: 1 Billion Disabled Worldwide - More than one billion people worldwide experience some form of disability

Robert Gates Calls On NATO Allies To Do More In Libya - NATO is on the road to success in Libya, but the alliance`s member nations must do more, a U.S. government official speaking on background said here today.

First Ladies Join Forces At UN To Prevent New HIV Infections Among Children - Thirty First Ladies from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean joined forces today at the United Nations to mobilize support to achieve the goal of zero new HIV infections among children by 2015.

UN Urges Protection Of Children In Afghanistan From War - A Security Council delegation today reiterated its calls for better protection of children and other civilians in Afghanistan who are caught in conflict.

UN Helps Flood-Hit Haitian Capital - United Nations peacekeepers and humanitarian staff are helping with relief efforts in Haiti, where floods sparked by torrential rains earlier this week have killed at least 10 people in the capital.

UN Chief Ban Calls On Countries To Protect Oceans - Ban Ki-moon today called on all governments and peoples to play their part to ensure that the world`s oceans are protected for future generations, warning that they face major threats in the years ahead.

UN To Help West African Musicians Get Paid - The United Nations intellectual property agency today announced a project to help musical artists in 11 West African countries to get paid for their work through a single, standardized registration system.

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