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UN Calls on Myanmar`s Leaders to Support Humanitarian Efforts - Clashes between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims broke out in the north of the state in June.

UN: Ordinary People are Paying Price of Violence in Syria - Civilians are the ones paying the price of the ongoing conflict in Syria.

UN Chief Ban Marks International Day for Persons with Disabilities - Ban Ki-moon called for a global push aimed at creating societies that value diversity and inclusion.

UN Calls For Greater Effort To Resolve Crisis In Syria - Ban Ki-moon urged greater efforts to help bring an end to the conflict in the Middle Eastern country.

UN Aims to Halve HIV-Associated Tuberculosis Deaths - People living with HIV are 20 to 30 times more likely to develop active TB than people without HIV infections.

UN Chief Ban: Religious Leaders Must Use Influence Responsibly - Ban Ki-moon highlighted the need for religious and political leaders to use their influence responsibly.

UN Gives $5.3 Million To Displaced Persons in Myanmar - Some 36,000 people have been displaced by inter-communal violence in Myanmar`s Rakhine state.

UN Condemns Executions In Afghanistan - The UN expressed concern about the sudden execution of 14 prisoners in Afghanistan over the past few days.

UN Stresses Need to Protect Press Freedom - The UN highlighted the need to defend freedom of expression and ensure the safety of journalists.

UN: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Still Increasing - The UN released a new report which finds that the concentration of warming gases like carbon dioxide has increased by 20 per cent since 2000.

UN Pushes For Worldwide Moratorium On Death Penalty - Ban Ki-moon welcomes a record vote by a General Assembly committee in favour of the call for a moratorium on the use of the death penalty.

UN Marks World Toilet Day - Access to sanitation facilities around the world, more than any other service, provides a window into the vast difference between the haves and the have-nots.

UN Chief Ban Worried About Escalating Violence In Israel And Gaza - Ban Ki-moon is concerned about the continued violence in Gaza and Israel and worried by the rising death toll.

UN Marks World Prematurity Day - The UN highlighted how effective and low-cost health care measures can help save the lives of millions of newborn babies.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Incidents in Abyei - Ban Ki-moon condemns the series of incidents that occurred in Abyei, resulting in the death of a UN staff member.

UN Chief Ban Stresses Two-State Solution For Peace Between Israel And Palestinians - Ban Ki-moon drew attention to the importance of getting the Middle East peace process back on track.

UN: Indonesia Must Tackle Rising Discrimination - Indonesia must tackle increasing levels of discrimination and violence as well as translate its commitments into domestic law.

UN Condemns Escalation of Violence Betweeen Israel and Palestinians - Ban Ki-moon called for an immediate de-escalation of tensions amid the new wave of violence in Gaza and southern Israel.

UN Urges Greater Focus on Scientific Development for Peace - The UN called for a greater global focus on scientific development, noting that only through science would humanity find the answers to its seemingly insurmountable challenges.

UN Helping Nigeria Deal With Flooding - More than two million people have been driven from their homes by rising waters of the Niger, the West African country`s main river.

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