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U.N labels Syrian, Russian airstrikes war crimes
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'Closely monitoring the developments in Hong Kong': India's Ambassador to UN in Geneva
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Iran's Zarif says ending arms ban 'inseparable' from nuclear deal
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Britain to talk to partners in UN over China law move
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Libya human rights abuses: UN considering a draft resolution
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UN slammed for taking Saudi coalition off child rights blacklist
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United Nations orders probe into human rights abuses in Libya
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Syria's war: Activists call for release of political prisoners
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UN Syria envoy warns of nationwide economic crisis
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Egypt calls on UN to intervene after impasse in Nile dam talks
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Silent protest held outside UN highlighting the plight of Christian persecution in Pakistan
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Refugee numbers have doubled in last decade - U.N.
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U.N. Humiliates Trudeau
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U.S. hits Syria with toughest sanctions yet
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Combating terrorism going to be priority for us in Security Council: India's Envoy to UN
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India secures UNSC seat, sails through with 184 out of 192 valid votes polled
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Brother of George Floyd urges U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
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'You have the power to help us' -George Floyd's brother to the U.N.
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