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Ban Voices Concern Over M23 Renegades - Ban Ki-moon expressed concern that an armed group of former soldiers in the Congo is receiving external support.

Ban Appoints Indian General as Head of UN Force in Golan Heights - Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Major General Iqbal Singh Singha of India as the head of the United Nations peacekeeping force monitoring the ceasefire in the Golan Heights between Israel and Syria.

UN Chief Ban Pleads For Peace In Afghanistan - Speaking at a major international conference, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for the international community to continue its engagement with and support for Afghanistan.

UN Determined To Defeat Terrorism - The resolve of Member States to implement the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy is strong, but it requires action and results if the international community is to defeat this global scourge.

UN Expresses Concern Over Worsening Humanitarian Situation In Sudan - The United Nations emergency relief coordinator today voiced concern over the deteriorating humanitarian situation in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states in Sudan.

Security Council Extends UN Force in Golan Heights for Six More Months - The Security Council extended the mandate of the UN force monitoring the ceasefire in the Golan Heights between Israel and Syria until 31 December 2012.

UN: Action Group for Syria to Meet on Saturday - The Action Group for Syria will convene in Geneva, at the ministerial level, this Saturday.

UN: Elephant Poaching Levels Worst in a Decade - Elephant poaching levels are the worst in a decade and recorded ivory seizures are at their highest levels since 1989.

Panetta Commends Egyptian Military for Supporting Elections - Leon E. Panetta commends Egyptian Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi for supporting a secure, free and fair election in Egypt.

UN Determined To Stop LRA Attacks - UN & African Union envoys highlighted a new strategy they hope will bring an end to the activities of the rebel Lord`s Resistance Army.

UN Praises Public Servants - Marking UN Public Service Day, UN officials hailed the vital role played by those who dedicate their lives to public service.

UN Helping Congo Tackle Livestock Epidemic - The UN is helping the The Congo tackle the spread of a powerful livestock disease that has already killed 75,000 goats.

UN: Women Must Help Build New Libya - The UN stressed the importance of the equal participation of women in rebuilding Libya.

UN Chief Ban Speaks Out Against Torture - Ban Ki-moon called on countries to provide support for victims of torture.

UN Fights Illegal Drug Trade - Highlighting the impact of drug abuse around the world, the head of the United Nations anti-drugs office today said that countering transnational organized crime and illicit drugs must become an integral part of the development agenda.

UN: Civilians In Afghanistan Must Be Protected - The UN mission in Afghanistan drew attention to the critical need to protect civilians.

UN Calls On South Sudan To Curb Inter-Communal Violence - The UN called on South Sudan to develop a comprehensive plan for curbing violence in Jonglei state.

UN Chief Ban Displays Concern Over Turkish Jet Shot Down Over Syria - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed his deep concern about the shooting down of a Turkish military jet shot over Syria.

UN Chief Ban Congratulates Winner of Egypt's Presidential Election - Ban Ki-moon welcomes the conclusion of Egypt's presidential election process following the release of official results, his spokesperson said today.

UN: Situation In Syria Gets Much Worse - The UN relief coordination agency said that the humanitarian situation in Syria continues to deteriorate, with up to 1.5 million people in need of assistance.


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