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UN says Libya cease-fire talks back on track in Geneva
The United Nations said on Friday cease-fire talks were back on track between the forces fighting over Libya’s capital, days after the internationally recognized government pulled out of the negotiations as its foes shelled Tripoli’s port.
US assassination of Soleimani breached international norms: UN rapporteur
A United Nations special rapporteur said the US assassination of Iran’s top anti-terror commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani was in breach of international norms and the UN Charter.
UN praises Iran, Pakistan for hosting Afghan refugees in past 40 years
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres praised Iran and Pakistan for hosting millions of Afghan refugees during the past four decades.
Libya arms embargo a 'joke', says UN official
Violations of an arms embargo in Libya have become a joke and it is imperative that those who breach it are held to account, a senior UN official said on Sunday.
More Cameroonians enter Nigeria to flee violence: UN
Almost 8,000 people have fled into Nigeria from Cameroon in the past two weeks to escape clashes between the security forces and armed separatists, the UN refugee agency said Thursday.
UN censures ban by Haftar loyalists on flights to, from Libya
Forces loyal to Libya’s Khalifa Haftar have blocked UN flights to and from the country, in a move condemned by the United Nations, which has also warned of “severe consequences" to its humanitarian efforts.
UN to test smart drones in battle against East Africa locust swarms
The United Nations is to test smart drones equipped with mapping sensors and atomizers to spray pesticides in parts of East Africa battling an invasion of desert locusts that are ravaging crops and exacerbating a hunger crisis.
UN envoy hopes for Libya talks to stem foreign arms inflow
The UN's special representative for Libya expressed hope for cease-fire talks between Libyan warring sides to hammer out a deal that can convince foreign powers to stop pouring in weapons and breaking an international arms embargo.
Trump Mideast 'peace plan' on Israeli-Palestinian conflict violates UN resolutions: Russia
Russia has expressed serious doubts over the viability of the US-devised Mideast plan, known as the so-called deal of the century, on Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying it contravenes several UN Security Council’s resolutions on the issue.
UN warns of 'terrible price' if world fails Sudan
A top UN official warned that the international community would "pay a terrible price" if it fails to help rebuild Sudan's dilapidated economy as the African country transitions to civilian rule.
UN slams Libya arms embargo violations despite Berlin pledges
The United Nations mission to Libya slammed ongoing violations of a UN Security Council arms embargo, despite commitments made a week ago at an international summit in Berlin.
UN: 258 million kids not in school
The UN deputy chief said Friday there is an “alarming” crisis in education, pointing to the 258 million children under the age of 17 who are not going to school — and only 49 percent completing secondary education.
UN says political manipulation suspected to be behind violent rallies in Lebanon
The United Nations says violence caused by “strange groups” in Beirut seems to be politically driven in an attempt to undermine security and stability in Lebanon, which has faced anti-government protest rallies for the past three months.
Nearly half billion people lack decent jobs: UN
More than 470 million people worldwide are currently unemployed or underemployed, the UN said on Monday, warning that a lack of access to decent jobs was contributing to social unrest.

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