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Cameron releases Egypt statement as violent clashes continue

London - Speaking at a subdued Prime Ministers Questions this lunchtime, Prime Minister David Cameron spoke of the events taking place in Egypt and how we should stand by those who simply want freedom.

Human Rights Watch accuses UN chief of being soft on abuse

The international community is woefully lacking in courage and hiding behind "soft diplomacy" in confronting human rights abusers the globe over, a leading human rights group said in a 649-page world report released Monday.

Aid worker claims women, baby-boys raped near UN base in DR Congo

Hutu rebels and Mai Mai militants occupied a town in Eastern Congo for a few days, during which they systematically raped 179 women and four male babies, a Congolese doctor and US aid worker have alleged.

Gaza pleads for an end to the Israeli blockade of fuel supplies

The Gaza Energy Authority announced that Gaza strip will lose all electrical generating capacity Saturday, blaming Israeli constriction of fuel supplies into Gaza. One generator was already shut down last week.

UN chief: $1 billion needed to fight swine flu this year

United Nation's Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is asking donor nations for $1 billion to fight the H1N1 virus through the end of the year. He says funds not 'flowing as expected.'

Myanmar doesn't let UN Chief Ban Ki-moon Visit Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar's military junta has denied UN Chief Ban Ki-moon permission to see Myanmar's pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi in her detention cell in his effort to secure the release of Myanmar's political prisoners including Suu Kyi.

Sri Lanka Invites UN Secretary General to Visit Refugee Camps

Sri Lanka’s President Mahinda Rajapaksa has invited U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to visit the island nation and see the conditions of refugees from the fighting between government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).

Ban Ki-Moon: 'Lift Travel Restrictions Against Those With AIDS'

Recently, Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations, weighed in on the AIDS epidemic. He said that discrimination against those that carry AIDS must stop immediately.

Wilders' 'Fitna' Condemned By UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon

Asides from condemnation from the Muslim community, Geert Wilders’ film “Fitna” has also brought forth condemnation from Ban Ki-moon, the current Secretary General of the United Nations.

INTERVIEW: UN environment chief keeps climate change in public eye

New York - More than 80 world leaders will be among the 154 speakers addressing the issue of climate change at a UN summit Monday. Negotiators will begin talks to replace the Kyoto Protocol before its expiration in 2012.

INTERVIEW: UN environment chief keeps climate change in public eye

New York - More than 80 world leaders will be among the 154 speakers addressing the issue of climate change at a UN summit Monday. Negotiators will begin talks to replace the Kyoto Protocol before its expiration in 2012.

Bomb Shakes the UN Secretary General's News Conference in Iraq

One day after the the Iraqi government announced undergoing negotiations with insurgents Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary General, announced an increased UN role in Iraq, which was overshadowed by an explosion ...

New UN chief sets Darfur priority

New UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has begun work with a pledge to pay the highest attention to the conflict in Sudan's Darfur region.

Ban Ki-moon sworn in as UN chief

South Korea's Ban Ki-moon has been sworn in as the next UN secretary general at a ceremony in New York.
 

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