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UN: Millions Starving In South Sudan
Despite improved harvests, nearly 40 per cent of South Sudan`s population " or one million people " will have trouble getting enough to eat this year.
UN Urges Inquiry Into Gulags In North Korea
UN experts urged an international inquiry into human rights abuses in North Korea.
UN Urges International Probe Into Death Of Palestinian Prisoner
A UN human rights expert called for an international investigation into the death of Palestinian prisoner Arafat Jaradat.
UN Concerned As Rocket Fired From Gaza Hits Israel
UN officials voiced their concern after a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed in southern Israel
UN Calls for Investigation into Death of Palestinian in Israeli Detention
The UN voiced concern about the death in Israeli detention of Arafat Jaradat.
UN: International Justice System Must Be Improved
UN officials stressed the importance of strengthening international processes that will monitor and prevent rights violations around the world
UN Hopes China Will Exert Influence On North Korea
The UN hopes that China will exert its influence on the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea to de-escalate tensions after the recent nuclear test.
UN: Security Situation Dire In Congo
Ahead of a new peace deal for the Democratic Republic of the Congo to be signed this weekend, the UN warned that the security situation is unstable.
UN: Crisis In Mali Disrupting Schooling
The education of some 700,000 children in Mali has been disrupted due to the violence in the country.
UN: Threat Of Space Objects Demands International Cooperation
United Nations called for international cooperation to face the threat of near space objects.
UN Promotes Quinoa, A Highly Nutritious Grain
Quinoa, a highly nutritious grain-like crop that has made its entry into the food basket of culinary connoisseurs has been a staple for centuries in South America.
UN Condemns Terror Attacks In Somalia
The UN condemns the terror attacks that have occurred in Somalia during the first half of February.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta Presents Hillary Clinton With Award
Each generation of Americans must earn the responsibility to lead, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said.
UN: Fake Medicines Can Kill
Fake drugs are a multi-billion dollar business attracting organized crime.
UN Urges Stronger Measures to Protect Artic
The melting of sea ice and the resulting rush for resources require effective measures to avoid damage in the Arctic.
Myanmar: UN Welcomes Release of Child Soldiers
The United Nations welcomed the release of 24 children by Myanmar`s armed forces.
Ban Deplores Terrorist Attack Against Pakistan`s Shia Community
Ban Ki-moon condemned the terrorist attack carried out on Saturday in Quetta, Pakistan, targeting the Shia Muslim Hazara community.
UN Condemns Terrorist Attacks on Civilians in Iraqi Capital
The top United Nations envoy in Iraq has strongly condemned the series of bombings that struck several neighbourhoods in Baghdad on Sunday.
UN: Human Rights Issues In South Sudan
Th UN raised concerns about security challenges, human rights issues and the national reconciliation process.
UN Condemns Violence Against Females
The UN joined millions of people around the world who are taking a stance against violence against women as part of the "One Billion Rising` campaign.
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