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Ban Calls on Nepal to Advance Peace Process - Ban Ki-moon today noted the decision to extend Nepal`s Constituent Assembly, which is tasked with drafting the new constitution, and called on all parties to fulfil their commitments to take the peace process forward.

UN: Temperatures In 2011 Tenth Highest On Record - Temperatures this year are the tenth highest on record since 1850, and the highest ever in a year which experienced a La Niña event.

UN Chief Ban Longs For Creation Of Peaceful Palestinian State - Ban Ki-moon stressed the need for a just and lasting solution to the question of Palestine.

UN: Yemenis Facing Deepening Humanitarian Crisis - Millions of people in Yemen are facing a severe humanitarian crisis.

UN Chief Ban Praises Peaceful Voting Process In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon commended Egyptians for the relatively calm conduct of voting in their country`s first elections since the long-standing regime of Hosni Mubarak was overthrown.

UN Condemns Attack Against UK Embassy In Iran - The Security Council today strongly condemned the attacks against the United Kingdom`s embassy in the Iranian capital.

UN Urges End To Violence Against Women - Top United Nations officials called for engaging all of society, and especially young people, to end violence against women.

UN Condemns Killling Of Protesters In Egypt - The United Nations human rights chief today deplored the role of Egypt`s military and security forces in attempting to suppress recent protests.

UN: Yemen's Factions Have Agreed To Political Transition Settlement - Yemen`s warring forces have agreed to a political transition settlement, the top United Nations envoy to the country announced today.

UN Urges Rwanda To Transition To Green Economy - Rwanda must build on its efforts to transition to a green economy, according a United Nations report.

UN: Terrorism`s Victims Must Be at Heart of Criminal Justice Response - A UN policy guide offers advice on how to reform and improve criminal justice systems so that they are fairer to the needs of the victims of terrorism and their families.

UN Chief Ban Praises Cameroon & Nigeria - Ban Ki-moon congratulated Cameroon and Nigeria for progress in implementing the ruling of the International Court of Justice on their dispute over the Bakassi Peninsula.

UN: Atrocities in Guinea Must Never Be Forgotten - The UN urged the international community to never forget the deadly violence which ravaged Guinea in September 2009.

Obama, Panetta Urge Congress to Formulate Budget Plan - Obama and Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta expressed hope that Congress will come up with a budget-reduction plan.

Joe Biden And Wife Host Holiday Dinner For Wounded Warriors - Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, hosted Thanksgiving feast for wounded warriors and their families in their home at the U.S. Naval Observatory.

Mazar, Afghanistan After Transition - Looming over the city, the famous blue mosque of Mazar-e-Sharif is an attraction for people all over Afghanistan to this northern city.

UN: More Than 1 Million Zimbabweans Face Food Shortages - More than one million Zimbabweans will struggle for food between now and March, according to the United Nations World Food Programme.

Predicting and Preparing for Earthquakes in Turkey - The Sea of Marmara is at the centre of an earthquake zone, but little was known about its geological and geophysical structure prior to the 1999 earthquakes.

NATO`s Missile Defence: The First Live-Fire Test - During the German-led exercise Rapid Arrow 2011, the NATO Active Layered Theatre Ballistic Missile Defence Interim Capability was succesfully tested.

UN Chief Ban Concerned About Crackdown On Protesters In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon voiceded alarm at the violent crackdown on protesters in Egypt

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