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UN experts slam Riyadh for erasing 'cultural heritage' in Shia town
United Nations experts have slammed the regime in Riyadh over razing an old part of a Shia Muslim-majority town in eastern Saudi Arabia, saying the move has erased cultural heritage and violated human rights.
UN says 200,000 more expected to flee Iraq’s Mosul
Nearly 700,000 people have already been displaced from Mosul since US- backed Iraqi forces launched a major operation in October to retake the city from the Islamic State group.
Iran’s UN envoy: Women main victims of Middle East crises
Iran's ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations said that women are the main victims of the recent crises and cruel sanctions in the Middle East.
Syria’s warring sides to respond to UN bid for drafting constitution
Syria’s warring parties have reportedly been presented with a “surprise” United Nations proposal aimed at mapping a way forward to a new draft constitution for the conflict-ridden Arab country.
Palestinian activists close UN office in Ramallah in support of hunger strike
Human rights activists have shut down the United Nations office in the West Bank city of Ramallah to denounce the world body’s silence on a mass hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails as the protest action enters its 31 day.
Iran UN ambassador: Women worst affected by Middle East crises
Iran's ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations says that women have suffered the most from the recent crises in the Middle East.
UN restarts Syria talks with fresh format, same challenges
Syria peace talks in Geneva this week should prosper from a tighter format and a recent deal to reduce the violence, UN mediator Staffan de Mistura said on Monday.
UN increases appeal for South Sudan refugees
UN agencies increased their 2017 appeal for South Sudan's refugees on Monday, saying they needed at least $1.4 billion to help alleviate "unimaginable" levels of suffering.
UN committee slams ‘widespread torture’ by Pakistani police
A United Nations committee has censured the “widespread practice of torture” by Pakistani police, military and intelligence agencies, urging the country to make urgent reforms to the law.
UN forum in Saudi slap in the face for persecuted activists: HRW
The International rights groups Human Rights Watch (HRW) says a UN-sponsored forum recently held in the Saudi capital Riyadh amounted to a "slap in the face" for persecuted Saudi activists jailed across the kingdom.
UN urges Britain to take in more refugees
The United Nations refugee agency has urged Britain’s next government to "do the right thing" for refugees by accepting to resettle more people from conflict-torn regions.
Over 2 million children displaced by conflict, famine in South Sudan: UN
The United Nations (UN) says more than two million children in South Sudan have been forced to leave their homes as a result of the conflict and famine in the country.
UN chief hails establishment of de-escalation zones in Syria
The United Nations Secretary General has welcomed the trilateral agreement between Iran, Turkey, and Russia on creating de-escalation zones to provide quick humanitarian aids for people in the war-torn country.
Philippines: UN reports significant progress in child protection
The Government of the Philippines and a rebel group with which it signed a peace accord have made progress in ending and preventing the recruitment of children on the southern island of Mindanao, according to a new United Nations report.
UN seeks to avert famine in Yemen, says a child dies every 10 minutes
The United Nations needs massive funds to avert famine in Yemen and warring parties there must ensure humanitarian aid can be delivered, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday as he opened a donor conference in Geneva.

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