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Blinken is Biden's secretary of state pick: source
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Not just isolate, impose sanctions on nations sponsoring terrorism: VP Naidu
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Terrorist safe havens, sanctuaries operating across Durand Line must end for peace in Afghanistan: India
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UN's Libya envoy voices hope for peace deal
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Syria's last rebel stronghold risks COVID-19 crisis
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UN should take shortcomings seriously: EAM Jaishankar
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Mock Cop26 - Young activists hold alternative summit
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Cultural Minister, ambassadors join Diwali celebrations with Indian community in Madagascar
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Yemenis “being starved”, UN humanitarian chief warns
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UN launches new Libya talks amid cautious optimism
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Myanmar votes in election likely to favor Suu Kyi
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Lebanon's economy: Syrian refugees among worst affected by crisis
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‘Pakistan took advantage of pandemic to push cross-border terror’: India at UN
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Pak trying to create divisions among religious communities: First Secy of India's Permanent Mission at UN
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Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: UN warns of war crimes as deadline loomsThe UN condemns "aggressive rhetoric" that could risk lives in the conflict-torn Tigray region.
Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: UN urges protection of civiliansPeople in the region's capital are told to "save themselves" as the army advances on the city.
'We think of all our players as Irish' - Murphy responds to England boss Jones' remarksKicking coach Richie Murphy says he considers every member of Ireland's squad to be Irish after England coach Eddie Jones referenced Saturday's opponents as the 'United Nations'.
Egypt arrests: UN condemns detention of human rights advocatesThree members of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, including its head, have been detained.
Ethiopia Tigray crisis: UN says full-scale humanitarian situation unfoldingThousands are fleeing every day from the Tigray region and the UN says its teams are overwhelmed.
Arsenal: Premier League club join UN climate action planArsenal believe they can inspire fans across the globe to be more sustainable after signing up to a United Nations plan to help tackle climate change.
Ethiopia Tigray crisis: Rights commission to investigate 'mass killings'It comes as the UN's human rights chief warns of possible war crimes happening in northern Tigray state.
Europe migrant crisis: Scores die in shipwreck off Libya - UNThe UN says nations must take decisive action to stem a "mounting loss of life in the Mediterranean".
Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: UN warns aid could run outFlour and fuel shortages are being reported in Tigray, where federal and regional forces are fighting.
Loujain al-Hathloul: UN experts alarmed by jailed Saudi activist's healthLoujain al-Hathloul began a hunger strike last month in protest at her conditions in detention.
Israel rebuked for 'biggest demolition of Palestinian homes in years'The UN rebukes Israel for carrying out what it says was the biggest such demolition for a decade.
At least 140 migrants drown off Senegal coast, UN saysA boat carrying 200 people caught fire and capsized on Saturday after setting off from West Africa.
Al-Qaeda still 'heavily embedded' within Taliban in Afghanistan, UN official warnsA senior UN official says the Taliban is still tied to al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, in spite of US deal.
Nuclear weapons treaty: Campaigners hail new era for nuclear disarmamentA 50th nation ratifies a key UN treaty and it will come into force - but five major powers are missing.
United Nations at 75 plagued by new crises and cash crunchFaced with wars, climate change and a pandemic, the United Nations is struggling to make an impact.
Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral remdesivir drugThe drug will be given to patients in hospitals, but the UN health agency says it has little effect.
Libya detains notorious people smuggler Abd al-Rahman al-MiladAbd al-Rahman al-Milad was sanctioned by the UN in 2018 for violence against migrants in Libya.
World Food Programme: What is the UN body and what does it do?The WFP has been awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize for its work to eradicate hunger and build peace.
Is the world entering a new Cold War?The recent US-China tensions were laid bare in speeches by Trump and Xi at the UN in New York.
Climate change: China aims for 'carbon neutrality by 2060'China's surprise announcement of a long-term goal to curb emissions boosts UN climate talks.
Iran nuclear deal: US unveils new sanctions targeting arms salesThe move comes after other world powers rejected President Trump's demand to reinstate UN measures.
How Mali's coup affects the fight against jihadistsThousands of UN, French and regional soldiers are in Mali fighting Islamist militants - what difference will the coup make?
Venezuela: UN investigators accuse authorities of crimes against humanityHuman rights investigators say authorities have committed "egregious violations" since 2014.
Extinction: Urgent change needed to save species, says UNHumanity is at a crossroads and action is needed to slow nature's accelerating decline, says the UN.
Migrants allowed off Maersk tanker after 40 days at seaThe migrants land in Sicily after what the UN called "a diplomatic game of pass the parcel".
UN calls for inquiry after girls killed in Paraguay raidTwo 11-year-old girls were shot dead in a raid by the Paraguayan security forces on a rebel camp.
Iran's enriched uranium stockpile '10 times limit'Tehran has continued to enrich uranium in breach of a nuclear deal, the UN nuclear watchdog warns.
Belarus: Tikhanovskaya urges UN intervention to stop violenceSvetlana Tikhanovskaya says options should include sanctions on those close to Alexander Lukashenko.
Hong Kong security law: UN experts voice deep concernsIn a letter to China experts say the law poses a serious risk to Hong Kong's freedoms.
UK seeks to prevent space arms race after Russia launches anti-satellite missilesBritain introduces UN resolution on 'responsible and threatening behaviour' with aim of reaching global consensus
Coronavirus pandemic: Masks should be worn from the age of 12 - WHOThe UN health body says there is some evidence teenagers can infect others in the same way as adults.
Libya crisis: Rival authorities announce ceasefireThe announcement for a nation riven by violence since 2011 is hailed by the UN.
Mali coup: UN joins global condemnation of military takeoverPresident Keïta was forced to resign after being detained by soldiers.
Channel crossings: No plans for Royal Navy to block migrants after UN warns ships could cause 'fatal incidents'The Royal Navy has no current plans to deploy ships in the English Channel to stop migrant boat crossings, it has announced.
Beirut explosion: UN warns of Lebanon humanitarian crisisAgencies send urgent support to help hundreds of thousands of people affected by Tuesday's explosion.
UN pledges to help Mali rebuild heritage sites damaged in conflictParts of the life and culture of the country's Land of the Dogon have been destroyed in conflict.
UK government gives green light to more tear gas sales to US police despite UN warning over violenceRubber bullets and tear gas among British exports to US security forces
Sudan to send more troops to Darfur after deadly attacksMore than 80 people were killed in two attacks in Sudan's restive western region, the UN says.
South China Sea dispute: Australia says Beijing's claims have no legal basisAustralia tells the UN the claims have "no legal basis" as it aligns itself more closely with the US.
Coronavirus: UN makes record $10.3M appeal for pandemic fightThe UN says up to 265 million people could face starvation because of the impact of Covid-19.
Child vaccinations fall sharply amid pandemic, UN saysThe decline in immunisations against some diseases is the first in nearly 30 years, the UN says.
Qasem Soleimani: US strike on Iran general was unlawful, UN expert saysA report says the US failed to provide sufficient evidence to justify killing the Iranian general.
Coronavirus: Trump moves to pull US out of World Health OrganizationThe president follows up his vow to leave the world health body by formally notifying the UN.
Syria conflict: 'Flagrant' war crimes committed in Idlib battle, UN saysSyrian civilians endured "unfathomable suffering" at the hands of troops and jihadists, the UN says.
Hisham al-Hashimi: Leading Iraqi expert on armed groups killed in BaghdadThe US and UN condemn the murder of Hisham al-Hashimi, who was shot outside his Baghdad home.
Yemen: Coronavirus aid loss 'harming millions of children'"Huge shortfalls" in aid due to coronavirus could lead to mass starvation, UN charity warns.
Coronavirus: UN condemns Afghan healthcare attacks amid pandemicA report finds health workers and facilities have been deliberately targeted during the pandemic.
Iran foreign minister: An 'agreeable solution' possible for IAEA inspection requestIranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted that "an agreeable solution is possible" for the United Nations nuclear watchdog's request for access to two nuclear sites in the country.
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