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2.8mn women, newborns die every year: UN
Global child and maternal deaths have fallen sharply in recent decades, but new UN statistics released Thursday show unequal progress, with more than five childbirths a minute ending in tragedy.
Rohingya still face genocide in Myanmar: UN
A new report by a United Nations Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) says that persecution against Rohingya Muslims continues in Myanmar, exposing hundreds of thousands of them to the risk of genocide.
600,000 Rohingya remain under serious risk of genocide: UN
A United Nations fact-finding mission says Myanmar continues to harbor genocidal intent against Rohingya Muslims, noting that the Rohingya who still remain in the country are facing serious risk of genocide.
UN: 600,000 Rohingya in Myanmar at 'serious risk of genocide'
Rohingya Muslims remaining in Myanmar still face a "serious risk of genocide", UN investigators said Monday, warning the repatriation of a million already driven from the country by the army remains "impossible".
UN regrets US ruling on asylum applications
The United Nations has expressed regret over a new US ruling, which curbs asylum applications at the Mexican border.
UN rights chief 'deeply concerned' about India actions in Kashmir
“I am deeply concerned about the impact of recent actions by the government of India on the human rights of Kashmiris.”
Brazil's Bolsonaro slams UN rights chief's 'attacking' words
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has censured the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, for interfering in the Brazilian internal affairs "along the lines" of French President Emmanuel Macron.
UN condemns Abuja’s brutal crackdown on Islamic Movement in Nigeria
A United Nations rapporteur condemned Nigeria’s brutal crackdown on the country’s Islamic Movement in Nigeria and its leader Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and urged the African country to stop extrajudicial killings by its security forces.
India defends citizenship register in Assam even after UN criticism
India has again defended a controversial citizenship register in the northeastern state of Assam even though the United Nations has voiced concern over the publication of a list that may put large numbers of people in the region at risk of becoming stateless.
Hundreds of refugees moved from ‘hell’ of Greek island
Greek officials and UN workers have begun evacuating hundreds of refugees from the Greek island of Lesbos, where overcrowding and the crushing heat have made conditions unbearable.
Iraq to file UN complaint against Israel over attacks on Hashed al-Sha’abi bases: Lawmaker
An Iraqi parliamentarian says the Baghdad government is preparing a complaint to the United Nations after investigations revealed that the Israeli regime is “certainly” behind several attacks on the bases of pro-government Popular Mobilization Units, better known by the Arabic word Hashd al-Sha’abi.
Oceans turning from friend to foe, warns UN climate report
The same oceans that nourished human evolution are poised to unleash misery on a global scale unless the carbon pollution destabilizing Earth's marine environment is brought to heel, warns a draft UN report.
Aid groups warn against Kenya's UN bid to sanction Al-Shabaab
Kenya is urging the UN to list Al-Shabaab under the same sanctions as Al-Qaeda and the Daesh, but foreign donors said the move could leave millions in drought-stricken Somalia without aid.
Israel demolishes 24 Palestinian buildings in less than 2 months: UN
The United Nations (UN) says the Israeli regime has demolished two dozen Palestinian buildings and structures across the occupied West Bank in less than two months.
Actor Javier Bardem urges UN delegates to protect oceans
Spanish actor and environmental activist Javier Bardem said Monday ‘we are all villains’ for playing ‘deaf and blind’ and not caring about the world’s oceans, which are under more pressure than at any time in history.

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