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UN Promotes Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Rights - The UN human rights office launched its first global public education campaign to raise awareness and respect for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.

UN Urges Egyptian Authorities To Respect Rule Of Law - Ban Ki-moon and the UN human rights chief have voiced growing concern about developments in Egypt and called on authorities to ensure respect for the rule of law.

Military Continues Efforts to Open Combat Jobs for Women - The Defense Department continues working toward its goal of ensuring the mission is met with fully qualified and capable personnel, regardless of gender.

UN Assessing Flood Damage In North Korea - UN teams in North Korea have reached some of the areas most affected by two weeks of heavy seasonal rain and could report on the flood damage as early as today.

UN Urges Israel to Reconsider Bill that Would Displace Thousands of Bedouins - The UN human rights chief urged Israel to reconsider a proposed law that would result in the demolition of up to 35 Bedouin villages.

UN Chief Ban Rings Wall Street Closing Bell - Ban Ki-moon welcomed the New York Stock Exchange to a UN initiative which seeks to support responsible and sustainable investments.

UN Designates November 19 as World Toilet Day - In a bid to make sanitation for all a global development priority, the UN General Assembly designated 19 November as World Toilet Day.

UN: Nutrition Crisis In Northern Mali - The humanitarian community is sounding the alarm on a nutrition crisis in Gao, in northern Mali.

UN Fights Hepatitis - Only one-third of the world`s countries have national strategies for viral hepatitis.

UN Delivers Supplies To Children In Aleppo - The UN delivered life-saving supplies to assist thousands of children in the city of Aleppo.

UN Official Urges Investigation into Killing of Mexican Reporter - The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today deplored the recent murder of Mexican reporter Alberto López Bello.

UN Urges Israel and Palestinians To Talk Peace - Time is of the essence in the effort to renew serious dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians.

UN Condemns Violence In Darfur - The new wave of violence in Sudan`s Darfur region is threatening the ability of humanitarian organizations to assist the population.

Ban Expresses Condolences For Earthquake Victims In China - Ban Ki-moon has expressed his deepest condolences following the earthquake that struck China`s north-west Gansu province.

UN Concerned About Fighting In Congo - As fighting continues between Government forces and rebels in the Congo, the UN expressed concern for the welfare of civilians in the area.

Ban Ki-moon Welcomes Release of 73 Political Prisoners in Myanmar - Ban Ki-moon welcomed the release of 73 political prisoners in Myanmar yesterday, as well as the announcement by the country`s leader that the rest will be freed by the end of the year.

UN Chief Welcomes New Efforts to Resume Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks - Ban Ki-moon commended the efforts of United States Secretary of State John Kerry to resume negotiations in the Middle East peace process.

UN Pays Tribute To Nelson Mandela - The UN marks Nelson Mandela International Day, celebrating the South African leader's 95th birthday and honouring his dedication to public service, social justice and reconciliation, inspiring millions around the world.

UN Peacekeepers In Congo On High Alert - UN peacekeepers in the Congo are on high alert today and stand ready to use force to protect civilians.

UN Welcomes Cambodia's Pardon Of Opposition Leader - Teh UN welcomed Cambodia's royal pardon of opposition leader Sam Rainsy which was granted ahead of the elections in the country later this month.


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