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UN Chief Ban: World Must Unite To End Bloodshed In Syria - Ban Ki-moon today underlined the need for concerted action to end the crisis in Syria.

UN Urges Probe into Death of Afghan Asylum-seeker in Indonesia - The UN called on Indonesian authorities to carry out a thorough investigation into the death of an Afghan asylum-seeker following a failed escape attempt from a detention facility in the country.

UN Chief Ban Commends People Of Senegal For Peaceful Balloting - Ban Ki-moon has commended the people of Senegal for a peaceful and orderly first round of presidential balloting and appealed for the same commitment as the country prepares for a second round of voting.

Ban Ki-moon And Kofi Anan Discuss Ways To Resolve Crisis In Syria - Ban Ki-moon and Kofi Annan have held talks today to discuss how the newly appointed Joint Special Envoy of the United Nations and the Arab League for Syria can help to end the deadly violence gripping the country and find a peaceful political solution.

UN Condemns Syria's Brutality Against Civilians - The UN deplored the brutal actions of the Syrian authorities in response to the popular uprising that began nearly a year ago and called for an immediate end to attacks against civilians and other abuses.

UN-backed Climate Forum Forecasts Erratic Rainy Season in Horn of Africa - The main rainy season in the Greater Horn of Africa is likely to receive near normal to below normal rainfall over much of the region between March and May.

Security Council Urges Swift Action To Counter Piracy - The Security Council urged countries of the region of the Gulf of Guinea to take prompt action to develop counter piracy.

Gunmen Kill UN Soldier In Darfur - A peacekeeper serving with the joint United Nations-African Union operation in Sudan`s troubled Darfur region has been killed after unidentified gunmen ambushed a patrol earlier today.

UN Relief Chief Disappointed by Inability to Visit Syria - The head of UN relief operations said today that she was disappointed that she has not yet been able to visit Syria.

DPR Korea: UN Nuclear Agency Calls US Announcement Important Step - The UN atomic watchdog has called today`s announcement by the US about the results of its talks with North Korea over the latter country`s nuclear programme an important step forward.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Murder Of Bus Passengers In Pakistan - Ban Ki-moon condemned the attack in Pakistan in which gunmen reportedly killed 18 people after ordering them off a bus travelling between the capital, Islamabad, and the northern town of Gilgit.

UN: Millions Of Children In Cities Face Poverty - Hundreds of millions of children in cities across the world are growing up in poverty and enduring deprivation.

UN Urges Immediate Humanitarian Ceasefire in Syria - The UN human rights chief said she is appalled at the recent escalation of violence in Syria and called for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.

UN Human Rights Council Opens with Calls to Uphold Freedoms Worldwide - As the current session of the main United Nations human rights body began today, senior officials stressed that the Organization`s work in this area is as vital as ever.

UN Relocates Staff From Northern Afghan Office After Attack - The United Nations said today it is relocating international staff from its office in the northern province of Kunduz which was attacked this weekend.

Afghanistan: UN Deplores Attack on its Compound in Kunduz - The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan deplored the attack on its compound in Kunduz>

UN Chief Ban Congratulates Yemen's New President - Ban Ki-moon today congratulated Yemen's new President Abbed Rabbo Mansour al-Hadi after he took his oath of office in parliament.

Ban Praises Democracy Efforts In Zambia - Ban Ki-moon praised Zambia for making efforts to achieve the globally-agreed economic development targets aimed at halving the number of people living in extreme poverty worldwide by 2015.

UN Seeks $35 Million to Assist Thousands Uprooted by Mali Conflict - The United Nations refugee agency is appealing for $35.6 million to respond to the growing humanitarian crisis resulting from the renewed fighting in northern Mali between government forces and Tuareg rebels.

UN Concerned About Resignation Of Haitian Prime Minister - The chief of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti expressed concern following the resignation of Prime Minister Garry Conille

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