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Ban Calls for More Ratifications of Global Treaty Banning Nuclear Tests
Ban Ki-moon urged eight key countries that have not ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty to do so.
UN Tribunal Sentences Member of Bosnian Serb`s Legal Team for Contempt of Court
The UN war crimes tribunal for the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s sentenced a member of a legal team defending a Bosnian Serb to 12 months` imprisonment for contempt of court.
Panama: UN Calls for Dialogue Between Government and Iindigenous
The UN called on Panama and the country`s indigenous groups to establish a dialogue process to stop the recent tensions and violence from escalating after recent protests.
UN: Fighting In Mali Uproots 20,000
The UN has deployed staff to assist some 20,000 people who have been forced to flee fighting between Government troops and rebel Tuareg groups in Mali.
UN Concerned About Plight Of Children In Syria
UN sounded the alarm about the plight of children caught up in the bloodshed in Syria.
For World Cancer Day UN Stresses Early Diagnosis
Early diagnosis is the key to reducing the nearly eight million deaths caused by cancer across the globe annually.
UN: Civilian Casualties Rise In Afghanistan
The number of civilian casualties resulting from the conflict in Afghanistan has risen for a fifth consecutive year.
UN: Floods Continue In Fiji
UN stressed the need to boost preventive measures in Fiji, as heavy rains are predicted to occur more frequently.
UN-backed Court Sentences Khmer Rouge Figure to Life In Prison
The Supreme Court Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia upheld the conviction of Kaing Guek Eav.
UN: Somali Famine Over
The United Nations declared an end to famine conditions in Somalia today.
UN Alarmed By Atrocities In The Congo
The UN is alarmed by reports that displaced people have been tortured and killed by armed elements in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Mozambique: UN Begins Food Distribution to Flood Victims
The UN has begun distributing rations in Mozambique.
UN Voices Concern Over Killings In South Sudan
The UN voiced concern over a cattle raid in a northern state of South Sudan earlier this week, which led to 78 deaths.
UN Chief Ban Expresses Commitment To Plight Of Palestinians
Ban voiced his concern about the need to increase humanitarian assistance for Palestinians.
UN Chief Ban Expresses Sadness Over Deaths At Egyptian Soccer Stadium
Ban Ki-moon expressed sadness at last night`s violent clashes at a soccer match in Egypt which led to the deaths of at least 74 people
UN Chief Ban Urges Israel and Palestinians To Seek Peace
A credible political horizon is imperative for the emergence of a Palestinian State living in peace and security side-by-side with Israel.
Ban Urges African Countries to Entrench Civil Rights
Ban Ki-moon urged African countries to entrench civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights to boost stability and development in the continent.
UN Honors Memory Of Children Who Died In Holocaust
The UN honoured the memory of the more than 1.5 million boys and girls who perished in the Holocaust.
UN To USA: Close Gitmo
Nobody should ever be held for years on end without being tried and convicted, or released.
UN Urges Protection Of Children From War
The United Nations held a remembrance service to honour the memory of the estimated six million Jews and countless others killed in the Nazi death camps.
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