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UN Chief Ban Mourns Death Of Saudi Crown Prince - Ban Ki-moon today voiced his sadness at the passing of Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud.

UN: Food Shortage Crisis In North Korea - The Democratic People`s Republic of Korea (DPRK) cannot feed its people for the foreseeable future.

UN: Migrants Must Be Respected - Stressing that migration is in the DNA of humankind and dignity has no nationality, a United Nations expert today called for a balanced approach based on equal rights.

Guatemala, Morocco And Pakistan Join UN Security Council - Guatemala, Morocco and Pakistan will serve as non-permanent members of the 15-member Security Council in 2012-13 after winning their seats during the first round of elections held.

UN Condemns Killing Of Radio Journalist - The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today deplored the murder of a radio commentator from the southern Philippines.

UN: Palestinian Children Must Be Protected From Violence - A United Nations human rights expert today urged the international community to scale up its protection measures for Palestinian children living under occupation in the West Bank and Gaza.

UN Chief Ban: Libyans Must Come Together After Death Of Qaddafi - Ban Ki-moon today called on all sides in Libya to lay down their arms and work together peacefully to rebuild the North African nation amid reports that Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi has been killed.

UN Protecting and Revitalizing Drylands - United Nations agencies have agreed to step up their efforts to protect and revitalize drylands.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Killing Of Turkish Soldiers By Kurdish Rebels - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed concern over the reported killing of at least 26 Turkish soldiers by Kurdish elements in the country`s south-east earlier today.

UN Urges United Effort To Rebuild Haiti - The United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti has congratulated the country`s new Prime Minister and his cabinet and urged all actors to work together to rebuild a strong and democratic nation.

Death Toll of UN Staff From Nigerian Terrorist Attack Rises to 12 - The toll of United Nations staff members killed by the suicide bomb attack in August against its offices in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, has risen to 12.

UN Chief Ban Calls For Action Against Piracy - Ban Ki-moon today urged States and regional organizations in West Africa`s Gulf of Guinea to develop a comprehensive and integrated strategy to combat maritime piracy.

UN Chief Ban Concerned About Switzerland's Shrinking Glaciers - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today took a helicopter flight over the Swiss city of Bern to observe the decreasing volume of the country's glaciers.

UN Chief Ban Condemns New Israeli Settlements In East Jerusalem - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has voiced deep concern over the continuing planning for new Israeli settlements in occupied East Jerusalem.

UN May Expand Mine Clearing Operations In South Sudan - United Nations mine clearance workers in South Sudan are considering expanding their operations.

Ban Hails Former UN Chief Dag Hammarskjöld - Ban Ki-moon paid tribute to one of his predecessors, Dag Hammarskjöld.

Kenyan Farmers Receive Help From UN - The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization is helping farmers in eastern Kenya.

UN Study: Murder Rates High In Africa And South America - Young men in Central and South America and Southern and Central Africa are most at risk of being killed in cases of homicide.

UN Sends Special Envoy To Iraq - The newly arrived United Nations envoy to Iraq has begun meeting with senior officials from the country''s Government.

UN Tourism Forum Opens - Calling on governments to unlock the potential of tourism, Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro hailed the industry''s ability to create jobs, stimulate economies and overcome poverty.

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