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UN Peacekeeper Shot Dead In Darfur - An Ethiopian peacekeeper serving with the joint United Nations-African Union mission in Darfur has died after being shot while travelling in the west of the troubled Sudanese region.

UN Confirms Mass Rapes Occurred In The Congo - The UN confirmed that Government troops in the Congo committed mass rape and acts of pillaging in several remote villages in the country`s east last month.

UN: Human Rights Are For Everyone - The UN said said that the so-called Arab Spring across North Africa and the Middle East this year has shown that human rights are for all of us, all of the time, everywhere. "

UN Deplores Bombing Of Hospital In Afghanistan - The top UN official in Afghanistan voiced outrage at a bomb attack at a public hospital in the country's east that has killed dozens of people.

UN: Use Of Synthetic Drugs On The Rise - While global markets for cocaine, heroin and cannabis declined or remained stable, the production and abuse of prescription opioid drugs and new synthetic drugs rose.

UN Welcomes Israel`s Decision to Approve Construction Projects in Gaza - A top United Nations envoy in the Middle East has welcomed Israel`s decision to allow UN-backed construction projects in the Gaza Strip.

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

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