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UN urges ‘reboot’ of refugee response as millions uprooted
The United Nations urged governments, businesses and others on Tuesday to “reboot” the world’s response to refugees as the number of people fleeing their homes rises, along with hostility to migrants.
UN: Nearly a half-billion in Asia-Pacific still going hungry
Nearly a half-billion people in the Asia-Pacific are still malnourished and eliminating hunger by 2030 requires that millions escape food insecurity each month, according to a report released on Wednesday by UN agencies.
UN decries 'unprecedented' civilian casualties in Afghanistan
The United Nations says an "unprecedented" number of civilians were killed or injured in the third quarter of 2019 across violence-wracked Afghanistan, calling the violence "totally unacceptable."
Afghan war deadly for children despite peace process: UN
The United Nations warned that the past four years were among the deadliest for children in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion of 2001, with nearly 13,000 youngsters killed and injured in that period.
UN: Afghans dying at 'unacceptable' level amid peace push
Civilians are being killed and wounded at a "shocking and unacceptable" level in Afghanistan's war despite a push to end the 18-year-old conflict, the United Nations said Tuesday.
UN: Climate change undercutting work to end poverty, hunger
Hunger is growing and the world is not on track to end extreme poverty by 2030 and meet other United Nations’ (UN) goals, mainly because progress is being undermined by the impact of climate change and increasing inequality, a UN report said.
UN Security Council to meet on Sudan violence
The United Nations Security Council is expected to hold a closed-door meeting to address rampant violence in Sudan that recently took a hugely deadly turn in the country’s capital.
Finland: From suicide hotspot to world's happiest country
When the United Nations crowned Finland the world's happiest nation last month for the second year running, there were still quite a few eyebrows raised. How could this Nordic country, better known for its harsh weather and high suicide rate, be the world's happiest?
Days of foreign intervention in Latin America long gone: UN
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the days of foreign intervention in Latin America are “long ago gone,” expressing hope that no foreign forces would enter Venezuela, after US President Donald Trump repeated his threats of taking military action against the South American country.
Syria open to any initiative making way for resolution of country's crisis: Ja'fari
The United Nations Security Council has held a meeting on Syria with a focus on a UN-backed constitutional body for the crisis-hit country, days after the three mediators of a peace process in Syria reached a set of agreements in Geneva, Austria, on the issue.
Rouhani in New York for UN meeting
Iran to highlight US violations
More Afghans displaced by drought than war: UN
A total of 275,000 people have been displaced by drought in western Afghanistan — 52,000 more than the number uprooted by conflict this year — with over two million threatened by the effects of water shortages, the United Nations said.
Deadly protests in Basra prompt UN calls for calm in Iraq
The United Nations has called for calm in Iraq’s Basra in the wake of protests over poor public services that left six people killed on Tuesday.
Over 100 rights groups urge Bahrain to ‘immediately release’ Nabeel Rajab
More than 100 rights groups have called on Bahrain to "immediately release" prominent opposition figure and pro-democracy campaigner Nabeel Rajab after the United Nations condemned his detention as "arbitrary" and "discriminatory."

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