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UN Chief Ban To Extend Probe Into Bhutto Killing - Ban Ki-moon is to extend the mandate of the UN commission charged with examining the circumstances behind the December 2007 assassination of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto.

UN Envoy Urges Sudan To Work For Stability - The top United Nations official in Sudan has called on all the people of the fractured African country to pull together towards a more peaceful 2010.

UN Voices Concern Over Mounting Civilian Toll In Afghanistan - The UN appealed to all groups, both government and insurgent, to step up efforts to distinguish between civilians and combatants.

UN Chief Ban Confers With World Leaders About Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon has been speaking to world leaders on the heels of the historic UN conference in Copenhagen which recently wrapped up with nations reaching a political agreement on climate change.

The UN Condemns Violence In Iran - Expressing her shock at the recent uptick in deadly violence in Iran, the top UN human rights official called on the nation`s Government to rein in its security forces.

UN: Climate Of Fear Pervades Columbia's Judicial System - Despite important steps taken by the Colombian Government, a climate of fear pervades the country`s judicial system due to attacks and threats against the judiciary.

Obama Speaks Out On Iran Violence - A violent Iranian government crackdown on protesters this weekend has reportedly resulted in multiple deaths.

Obama Addresses Public On Attempted Bombing Of Airplane - Earlier today, the President addressed the public on the recent attempted terrorist attack.

Less Refugees Returning To Afghanistan - The number of Afghan refugees trickling home from Iran and Pakistan plummeted this year.

Credit Vital To Boosting Development In Myanmar - With 70 per cent of Myanmar`s population dependent on agriculture, credit reform could help the Asian nation reach its full productivity potential and enhance development.

UN Asks Laos For Access To Hmong Deported From Thailand - The UN asked the Government of Laos for access to some 4,000 ethnic Hmong Laotians who were deported from Thailand

UN Helps Russians To Enhance Nuclear Plant Safety - Science students from Russia and Ukraine have been taking part in a UN-backed practical training programme to enhance the protection of people against radiation exposure from nuclear power plants.

UN Peacekeepers Protect Civilians In The Congo - The UN peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo upholds the human rights of thousands of people every day.

UN Brings Sudanese Tribes Together For Peace Talks - The United Nations has paved the way for historic talks between clashing tribes to bolster the fragile peace in the disputed oil-rich area of Abyei.

UN-Backed Container-Profiling Project A Success Against Counterfeiting - Latin American port authorities are seizing more counterfeit goods along container routes thanks to a UN-backed initiative that is showing growing success after its inception six years ago.

UN Blue Helmets Bring Xmas Cheer To Haitian Orphans - UN peacekeepers have been playing the role of Santa Claus in Haiti, bringing gifts, warm meals and a little cheer to the least privileged children in orphanages.

UN Helps Election Process In Burundi - One million Burundians old enough to vote next May will receive a free national identity card, thanks to the UN.

Defense Dept. Praises Yemen For Taking On al-Qaeda - The Yemeni government deserves praise for taking on the al-Qaida threat in that country, a Defense Department official said here today.

Obama: US Will Strike Out Against Terrorists Everywhere - The United States will seek out those who wish Americans harm anywhere they are plotting attacks against the U.S. homeland, " President Barack Obama said today.

Thailand Expels Thousands Of Hmong - The head of the United Nations refugee agency has expressed dismay as Thai authorities began the forced deportation today of thousands of ethnic Hmong back to neighbouring Laos.


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