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UN decries Hong Kong protest violence, calls for calm
The UN human rights office said on Tuesday that some Hong Kong demonstrators’ resorting to extreme violence, including against police, was “deeply regrettable and cannot be condoned”, voicing concern that the situation could deteriorate further.
Morales wants UN mediation in Bolivia
Bolivia’s Evo Morales called for the United Nations, and possibly Pope Francis, to mediate in the Andean nation’s political crisis following his ouster as president in what he called a coup d’etat that forced him into exile in Mexico.
UN will ensure supply of life-saving insulin for diabetic people
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his message to the World Diabetes Day on November 14 announced that 420m people suffer from diabetes worldwide and that the UN will ensure supply of life-saving insulin to support them.
UN: Daesh militants’ home states must take them back
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the home countries of Daesh terrorists captured in Iraq and Syria must take back their militant nationals.
UN envoy: Syria’s talks have ‘gone much better’, new round to be held on Nov. 25
United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Geir Pedersen says the opening round of talks aimed at finding a political solution to the ongoing conflict in Syria has been “better than expected”, with a new round due to be held in Geneva later this month.
UN report finds Jordan, Turkey and UAE violated Libya arms embargo
Jordan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates have regularly violated the UN arms embargo imposed on Libya since 2011, according to a confidential report by UN experts seen Thursday by AFP.
UN chief urges Myanmar to resolve Rohingya crisis
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres expressed concern Sunday over the plight of the 730,000 Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar's Rakhine State, calling on Myanmar's government to take responsibility by dealing with the "root causes" of their plight and working toward their safe repatriation.
UN-backed talks on new Syrian constitution begin in Geneva
Iran, Russia condemn US military presence around oil fields in Syria
UN nuclear agency picks Argentina's Rafael Grossi as next chief
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has picked Argentina’s Rafael Grossi as the UN nuclear watchdog’s next director general.
UN nuclear watchdog picks Argentina's Grossi as next chief
Grossi vows to act neutrally on Iran issue
New protests hit Iraq as UN envoy warns of infiltration
Students and schoolchildren have joined protests in the capital Baghdad and cities in southern Iraq, defying the education minister who had warned them against partaking in the unrest.
Iran invites UN experts to participate in oil tanker investigation
Iran has invited the United Nations’ experts to participate in an investigation into a rocket attack on an Iranian oil tanker in the Red Sea almost two weeks ago.
UN slams Egypt for arresting prominent dissidents
The United Nations (UN)’s human rights office has censured Egypt for detaining prominent dissidents following unprecedented protests against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, calling for their release after they were allegedly subjected to torture by security forces.
Big Tech allowed to target, surveil the poor, UN warns
Nations around the world are “stumbling zombie-like into a digital welfare dystopia” in which artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies are used to target, surveil and punish the poorest people, the United Nation’s monitor on poverty warned.

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