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UN Chief Ban Talks With Nigeria's Foreign Minister
Mr. Ban and Mr. Ashiru also exchanged views on how best to enhance the fight against piracy off West Africa`s Gulf of Guinea.
Liberian Cocoa Farmers to Benefit From UN Financing
The UN will provide a $24.9 million loan to Liberia to improve the West African country`s cocoa and coffee production.
UN and Libya Sign Status of Mission Agreement
The UN and Libya signed an agreement establishing the legal framework under which the UN mission set up last year to support the country`s post-conflict reconstruction efforts will operate.
UN Notes Promising Steps on Implementation of Darfur Peace Document
The Sudanese Government and the rebel Liberation and Justice Movement signed the so-called the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur last year.
UN Urges Investing In Sanitation Services to Combat Cholera In Haiti
Dramatic improvements in water and sanitation services are needed to eliminate cholera in Haiti.
UN Chief Ban Urges Nations to Champion Development Agenda
Safeguarding the environment is a fundamental priority of the Rio process, " Mr. Ban said.
UN Stresses Need for Innovation to Ensure Equitable Education
The UN underscored the role that information and communications technologies can play in ensuring quality education and equal opportunities.
Slovak Official to Lead UN Economic and Social Council
Slovak ambassador MiloÅ¡ Koterec was elected today to serve as President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
UN Condemns Killing of Journalists in the Philippines and Syria
The UN condemned the recent murders of journalists in the Philippines and Syria
Security Council Presses for Ethnic Reconciliation in Troubled Area of South Sudan
Security Council members have called on warring ethnic communities in South Sudan's Jonglei state to engage in reconciliation.
Ban Calls for South African Political Party to Fight Against Discrimination
The African National Congress is more than a political party. It is a movement " a tangible expression of a vision, " Mr. Ban said yesterday in a message.
UN Chief Ban Condemns Terrorist Bombing In Pakistan
Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the terrorist bombing in the north-western Pakistani town of Jamrud that has left dozens of people dead or wounded.
US Military Dialogue Continues With Pakistan
The U.S. relationship with Pakistan is important, and military dialogue between the countries continues despite recent serious setbacks.
Greece And Macedonia Agree to Fresh UN-Mediated Talks
Representatives of Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have agreed to a fresh round of United Nations-mediated talks.
UN Chief Ban: Political Dialogue Vital to Promote Peace in Iraq
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed concern about continuing political tensions in Iraq.
Ban Welcomes Meeting Between Israeli and Palestinian Negotiators
Ban Ki-moon commended Palestinian and Israeli negotiators for meeting today in Amman, Jordan.
UN Chief Ban Preaches 'People Power'
Ban Ki-moon has begun his second term as Secretary-General of the United Nations by pledging to harness the strong power of partnerships.
UN Chief Ban Voices Concern Over Ethnic Tensions In South Sudan
Ban Ki-moon expressed concern about continuing ethnic tensions in South Sudan`s Jonglei state.
In Libya, UN Calls for Greater Role of Civil Society
Civil society must play an important role in Libya`s political transition.
New UN Initiative to Boost Mozambican Crop Yields
A new United Nations initiative in Mozambique aimed at increasing the quality of seeds will help the African country capitalize on its arable land.
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