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UN chief urges Washington to honor obligations under Iran deal
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has welcomed support for the 2015 Iran deal from all the signatories except for the US, calling on Washington to also honor its obligations under the landmark agreement.
UN warns of new Syria refugee flow into Europe
The United Nations has warned that Europe should anticipate droves of Syrian refugees if aid programs in Syria’s neighboring countries and other places are not sustained.
UN does not confirm Iran link to Yemen missiles
The missiles were fired by Yemeni Houthi fighters at the Saudi capital on July 22 and November 4 in retaliation for Riyadh’s deadly raids against the country.
UN: Global economy is growing at 3%
The global economy is growing by about three percent — its highest rate since 2011 and a significant acceleration from last year, the United Nations said.
UN chief seeks Trump's pressure on Saudis to end 'terrible suffering' in Yemen
UN chief Antonio Guterres has called on the US to pressure Saudi Arabia into ending the ‘stupid war’ which is causing ‘terrible suffering to the Yemeni people’ and also harming the kingdom and the UAE.
Women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct should be heard: Haley
US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct ‘should be heard.’
UN chief urges people, leaders everywhere to stand up for all human rights
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gutterres in his message on Human Rights Day, December 10, 2017, emphasized the importance of safeguarding human rights to secure a fairer a safer world.
US isolated as 14 UNSC members rap action on Beit-ul-Moqaddas
Palestinian president to shun US VP
One by one, 14 members of the UN Security Council spoke out against US President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Beit-ul-Moqaddas as the capital of Israel at an emergency meeting on Friday, some with regret and some with anger at the 15th member, the United States.
UNSC slams Washington’s al-Quds decision (Video)
US President Donald Trump's announcement of handing Jerusalem al-Quds to Israel has been met with unprecedented condemnation, from the Vatican to the chambers of the UN Security Council. Trump, who constantly criticizes his predecessor for making bad deals, seems to have given away a valuable negotiating tool which the US had guarded for decades, presstv.com reported.
UN warns against any hasty returns of Rohingya to Myanmar
Peace and stability must be restored in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state before any Rohingya can return from Bangladesh, under international standards on voluntary repatriation, the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday.
UN warns of drug-resistant germs brewing in nature
The United Nations has warned of a ticking time bomb of drug-resistant germs brewing in the natural environment, aided by humans dumping antibiotics and chemicals into the water and soil.
Senior UN official starts rare visit to North Korea
The United Nations (UN)’s undersecretary-general for political affairs has traveled to North Korea on a rare visit at the invitation of Pyongyang for a “policy dialog,” amid heightening tensions over the North Korean weapons program.
UN chief calls for end to all armed clashes, airstrikes in Yemen
Iran urges intra-Yemeni dialogue to foil enemies' plots
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called on the parties to the conflict in Yemen to cease all air and ground assaults, expressing deep concern about the “sharp escalation” of armed clashes and airstrikes in the capital, Sana'a, and other parts of the war-torn country over the past several days.
UN chief calls for end to all armed clashes, airstrikes in Yemen
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has called on the parties to the conflict in Yemen to cease all air and ground assaults.
UN judge censures Croatia’s disrespect for victims of Bosnia war
The chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has lambasted Croatian officials and the media for their refusal to come to terms with the court’s final rulings on Bosnia war of the 1990s, saying the posture clearly disrespects the victims of the war.

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