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UN Chief Ban Urges All Nations To Sign Global Treaty Banning Nuclear Tests - Ban Ki-moon today urged all remaining States to seize the moment and sign and ratify the global treaty banning nuclear tests.

UN Chief Ban Talks With Leaders Of Eritrea And Tanzania - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with the leaders of Eritrea and Tanzania today to discuss some of the many political and humanitarian challenges confronting Africa.

At UN General Assembly Kuwait And Bahrain Demand Creation of Palestinian State - The leaders of Kuwait and Bahrain at the General Assembly called for an end to Israeli occupation of Arab territories and the creation of a Palestinian State.

Nuclear Safety and Security High on the Agenda at Upcoming UN Events - Amid the heightened attention given to the issue of nuclear safety and security in recent months, world leaders will convene at UN Headquarters this week to discuss how to advance this goal.

UN Condemns Violence In Yemen - The UN urged the Government and opposition groups in Yemen to begin a genuine dialogue to prevent further violence.

Chad Issues Call At UN For Aid To Help Face Influx of Citizens Fleeing Libya - Chad called for continued international aid to carry out the tasks it has taken over from a UN peacekeeping force to protect hundreds of thousands of refugees.

UN Condemns Execution Of Teen In Iran - The UN has condemned the execution of a teenager carried out by Iranian authorities.

Perpetrators of Recent Killings Must Be Brought To Justice, UN Tells Burundi - The UN called on the Burundian Government to ensure that the perpetrators of last week`s massacre near the capital are brought to justice.

UN: Fukushima Nuclear Accident A Wake-Up Call - UN: The accident at Japan`s Fukushima nuclear power plant earlier this year highlights the need to strengthen nuclear safety and security.

UN Condemns Execution Of Troy Davis - The UN expressed regret over this week`s execution in the United States of Troy Davis.

UN To Syria: End Brutal Crackdown! - The UN called on Syrian authorities to end their brutal crackdown against peaceful protesters.

UN Calls For More Action Against Racism - Much progress has been made, yet intolerance has actually increased in many parts of the world, the UN warns.

Brazil Warns General Assembly of Global Rift Unless Economic Crisis Is Resolved - Unless governments take urgent steps to deal with the ongoing global economic crisis, a grave political and social rift could open up between countries and peoples.

UN Condemns Assassination Of Former President Of Afghanistan - UN voiced shock and sadness over killing of Burhanuddin Rabbani.

UN: Yemen On Verge Of Humanitarian Disaster - Yemen remains on the verge of a humanitarian disaster, with rates of malnutrition that are among the highest in the world.

Security Council Authorizes UN Support Mission for Libya - The Security Council today agreed to deploy a mission to Libya to support the North African country`s transitional authorities in their reconstruction efforts.

UN Marks International Day Of Peace - The United Nations today marked the annual International Day of Peace with tributes to those working to build a better future.

UN Chief Ban: Arab Spring Proves Democracy A Universal Desire - This year`s dramatic popular support for political change in North Africa and the Middle East showed that democracy is a governance model that people of all cultures yearn for, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

UN-Led Global Anti-Malaria Drive Saves A Million Lives In A Decade - Global malaria deaths have dropped by about 38 per cent over the past decade.

UN Chief Ban Uses Internet To Answer Questions From Public - Ban Ki-moon took the United Nations pulpit live to cyberspace for the first time today, answering questions submitted through Facebook, LiveStream, Twitter and other social media networks


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