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UN: Amid continued Saudi campaign, 32,000 forced to flee homes in Yemen in 2 months
More than 32,000 people in Yemen have been forced to flee their homes in a time span of two months, the United Nations says, due to the continued campaign led by Saudi Arabia that has also claimed thousands of lives.
UN says half displaced people by war in Iraq are children
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says children account for nearly half the 2.6 million Iraqis who have been displaced since three years ago, when the Daesh Takfiri terrorists began a deadly campaign.
PPPs likely to undermine public health commitments
The United Nations Agenda 2030 for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is being touted in financial circles as offering huge investment opportunities requiring trillions of dollars.
Rohingya refugees safety must be ensured upon return: UN
The United Nations refugee agency says Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh should be consulted and ensured of their safety before they are repatriated to Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
UN warns 22 million Yemenis in need of aid
More than three-quarters of Yemenis are now in need of humanitarian aid as the Saudi-led war against the Arab country nears its third year, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
UN working to vaccinate half a million Rohingya children against diphtheria
As part of an intensified response to the current diphtheria outbreak, UN agencies are working to vaccinate more than 475,000 children in Rohingya refugee camps, temporary settlements and surrounding areas in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar.
EU, UN condemn Israel’s settlement approvals
The European Union condemned Israel’s settlement approvals as “further jeopardizing the prospect of a contiguous and viable future Palestinian state.”
UN says Boko Haram attacks' toll has decreased in Niger
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) says the toll of attacks carried out by the Boko Haram Takfiri terrorists has fallen in Niger.
UN raises alarm over human rights situation in UAE
The UN Human Rights Office has revealed several human rights violations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), censuring Abu Dhabi in a report over its crackdown on activists, vague “anti-terror” law and censorship.
UN condemns Israel’s African migrant relocation plan
The United Nations on Tuesday called on Israel to scrap a new program forcing thousands of African migrants out of Israel, condemning it as incoherent and unsafe.
Iran deal parties be committed: Gueterres
The United Nations secretary-general António Guterres's stance on the Iran nuclear deal is clear and he has repeated his view many times both privately and publicly, said his spokesman.
Ex-UN chief urges US to comply with Iran deal
Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon has called for US administration's staying committed to Iran nuclear deal, according to American media CNBC.
UN emergency session humiliating defeat for US
The spokesman for the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Naghavi said that the recent Security Council session turned into a humiliating defeat for the new plot Americans devised against Iran.
'US exaggerating Iran riots to push own agenda'
The UN Security Council’s meeting held over the recent riots in Iran, under pressure from the United States, did not go as planned and instead turned into the scene of objections to Washington's policies by three veto-holding permanent members of the Council, namely Russia, China and France. Press TV has spoken to Scott Rickard, a political analyst, and Adam Garrie, the managing editor of theduran.com, about Washington's stance on the latest events in Iran.
US anti-Iran security session ‘not go as planned’: Bloomberg
The United Nations Security Council recent session on Iran did not go as it had been planned by US Ambassador Nikki Haley, American News Agency ‘Bloomberg’ reported.

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