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UN urged to put Saudi Arabia on blacklist over killing Yemeni kids
Hospitals, schools, factories, funeral halls and people's homes — these are just some of the civilian targets in Yemen that the US and UK backed Saudi-led coalition has bombed in the past year.
UN experts say Charlottesville highlights rising racism in US
Three human rights experts in the United Nations have denounced the rising racism and xenophobia in the United States, citing the deadly violence at a white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, as the latest example.
Iran’s ambassador to Iraq confers with UN Sec-Gen envoy, German counterpart
Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi discussed Iraqi situation and referendum of Iraqi Kurdistan during separate meetings with the UN secretary general’s envoy in Iraq and German ambassador to Baghdad on Wednesday.
UN rights experts slam US immigrant detention
A group of UN experts voiced alarm at the widespread detention of immigrants and asylum seekers in the United States, and warned of 'systemic problems' in the country's criminal justice system.
UN: Air raids on Yemen exceed last year’s rate
The number of airstrikes on Yemen in the first half of 2017 has already exceeded the total for 12 months last year, according to a UN report.
China issues order to implement UN sanctions on North Korea
China's Commerce Ministry issued a ban effective from today on several imports from North Korea, including coal, iron ore, lead concentrates and ore, lead and seafood, a move that is in line with UN sanctions announced this month.
UN calls for calm in Kenya after deadly protests
The United Nations urged Kenya's defeated opposition to calm its supporters after claims of election rigging sparked violent protests that officials said left 11 people dead.
Iran, UN call for end to human tragedy in Yemen
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed called for steps to bring the human tragedy in the Arab country to an end.
UN finally breaks silence on Saudi razing of Shia town
The UN has reacted to media reports about a deadly and destructive Saudi military crackdown against an eastern Shia town, urging the regime in Riyadh to respect human rights.
UN angry again with Saudi bombardment of Yemen
The spokesman of the United Nations Secretary-General, reacting to Saudis' killing of Yemeni civilians in bombardments and the Red Cross report, said that the UN secretary-general has repeatedly expressed his anger with the air raids in Yemen.
UN backs Italy bid to close migrant route from Libya
The UN's new envoy to Libya on Tuesday endorsed Italy's drive to stem the flow of migrants leaving the North African state for Europe, despite misgivings among human rights groups.
UN slams 'systematic use of excessive force' in Venezuela
The UN decried Tuesday "widespread and systematic use of excessive force" against demonstrators in Venezuela, saying security forces and pro-government groups were responsible for at least 73 protester deaths.
Qassemi: Iran’s missile program does not violate UN resolution
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman said Iran’s missile program is defensive in nature and not in violation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231.
North Korea vows harsh retaliation against new UN sanctions
North Korea vowed Monday to bolster its nuclear arsenal and launch "thousands-fold" revenge against the United States in response to tough UN sanctions imposed after its recent intercontinental ballistic missile launches.
China urges N. Korea to halt tests after UN sanctions
China on Sunday urged North Korea to halt its missile and nuclear tests after the United Nations Security Council imposed fresh sanctions which could cost Pyongyang $1 billion a year.

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