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Nepal: UN Urges Respect For Freedoms Of Lawyers - The United Nations human rights representative in Nepal today underscored the importance of respecting the professional freedoms of lawyers and human rights defenders.

UN Chief Ban: More Must Be Done To Fight Poverty - Ban Ki-moon today underscored the vital role played by the group of current and former political leaders, businesspeople and thinkers he set up last month to spur action on the Millennium Development Goals.

UN Allocates $41 Million To Boost Aid Operations In Nine Under-funded Crises - The UN allocated some $41 million in emergency funding to boost humanitarian operations in nine countries where people are suffering the effects of hunger, malnutrition, disease, and conflict.

UN Chief Ban Urges Dialogue In The Maldives - Ban Ki-moon today voiced concern at rising political tensions in the Maldives.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Deadly Mosque Bombing In Iran - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned today`s suicide bombings at a mosque in Iran which have reportedly killed dozens of people and injured many more.

UN Celebrates Nelson Mandela Day - The United Nations is marking Nelson Mandela International Day for the first time this year i

UN: Haitian Farmers Need More Support - Funding shortfalls for farmers is hampering efforts to boost food production six months after the disaster, a United Nations agency cautioned today.

Robert Gates Plans Visit to South Korea - Gates leaves this weekend for a visit that will include high-level talks with South Korean officials and a commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the start of the Korean War, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said.

NATO Secretary General Meets With UK Prime Minister Cameron - The Secretary General met with UK Prime Minister Cameron, as well as with Deputy Prime Minister Clegg, Foreign Secretary Hague and Defence Secretary Fox.

Yuna Kim Named United Nations Goodwill Ambassador - Yuna Kim is adding another honour to her collection, signing on to become the newest Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations.

UN: West Africa At Crossroads - Root causes of conflicts in West Africa, including ethnic tensions and governance challenges, could overturn gains made in consolidating peace, leaving the region at a crossroads.

UN: Lack Of Progress By Israel And Lebanon On Key Obligations - While Israel and Lebanon have enjoyed the longest period of stability in their recent history, not enough progress has been made on key obligations under the Security Council resolution.

UN: New Approach Needed To Treat AIDS - A UN report says that a radically simplified approach to ensuring access to HIV treatment for everyone who needs it could prevent 10 million deaths by 2025.

Africa Is The Real Victor Of This Year`s World Cup - The United Nations today hailed the 2010 World Cup as a great success for the Government and people of the host nation South Africa.

UN: Violence In Congo Displaces Thousands - Clashes between the army in the Democratic Republic of Congo and remnants of a Ugandan insurgency forced an estimated 20,000 people to flee their villages.

No More C-17s, Defense Officials Tell Congress - The military has more than enough large transport planes, and the appropriation of any more in the next budget year will force some into premature retirement.

Mike Mullen Reflects on 40 Years of Marriage, Service - Forty years ago today, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen and his wife, Deborah, said, I do " -- not just to each other, but to four decades in the Navy.

UN Chief Ban: Act On Climate Change Now! - Ban Ki-moon today warned of the risks posed by inaction on climate change.

ICC Charges Sudanese President With Genocide - The International Criminal Court issued a second arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.

UN Chief Ban Stresses Importance Of Census Data In Improving Lives - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon marked this year's World Population Day by stressing the importance of gathering information to bolster good governance, transparency and accountability.


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