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Lebanon's hospitals fear new COVID wave as economy begins to collapse
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UNESCO strips Liverpool of world heritage status
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Liverpool loses its World Heritage status
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UN calls for urgent help for victims of DRC conflict
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On GPS: Gen Petraeus weighs in on Haiti crisis
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Afghanistan: UN condemns violence, calls for Eid ceasefire
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Survivor recalls horrors of Srebrenica
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Haiti asks UN, US to send troops after president’s assassination
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Haiti seeks U.S., U.N. help after president killed
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Aid groups urge UN to keep Syria’s last cross-border aid lifeline
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Lampedusa’s fishermen rescue refugees
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UN warns of escalating famine in Ethiopia with 1.8m at risk
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Syria aid workers form human chain to protect cross-border 'lifeline'
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Russia signals opposition to extension of Syria's last aid corridor
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Amnesty says HK law crushes human rights
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Ethiopia declares ceasefire as rebels retake Tigray capital
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Guterres: "Vaccinate everybody everywhere sooner rather than later"
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Coastal cities on the 'frontline' of the climate crisis could sink below the waves by 2050
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India ticks off UN secy gen for remarks on J&K kidsIndia ticked off UN secretary general Antonio Guterres for his remarks on child casualties in J&K and other Indian states as it urged caution over attempts to “selectively” expand mandate and..
NSA Ajit Doval proposes action against Pak terror groups at SCO meetIndia also called for full implementation of UN resolutions and targeted sanctions against UN-designated terrorist individuals and entities.
Australia hits back at 'flawed' decision to put Great Barrier Reef on 'in danger' listAustralia has reacted angrily to a UN committee recommendation that the Great Barrier Reef should be added to a list of world heritage sites that are in danger.
Twitter Faceoff: Debate rages as India abstains from voting on UN's Myanmar resolutionTwitter remained divided over India's stance at UNGA. Many appreciated the position taken by India, while others claimed it showed lack of democratic conscience by Modi government.
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India calls UN arms ban resolution on Myanmar as 'haste course of action'India was among the 36 countries that abstained from a United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) resolution on arms embargo on Myanmar.
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India elected to UN Economic and Social Council for 2022-24 termIndia has been elected to the Economic and Social Council, one of the six main organs of the United Nations, for the 2022-24 term.
India slips two spots to rank 117 on 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted as 2030 agenda: ReportIndia's rank has slipped by two places from last year to 117 on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted as a part of the 2030 agenda by 193 United Nations member states in 2015, a new..
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Proud of contribution at UN peacekeeping, says India at UNSC; highlights role in aftermath of Congo volcanic eruptionIndian forces part of the MONUSCO played a key role in safeguarding civilians and UN assets when the eruption took place.
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Israeli PM vows to keep using 'full force' in Gaza despite UN call to end 'utterly appalling' violenceIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said his country's military campaign in Gaza will continue with "full force", as 42 people are reported to have died in an airstrike early on Sunday that..
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UN and EU call for calm following eighth day of violent protests in ColombiaThere have been calls for calm after deaths mounted on the eighth day of anti-government protests in Colombia.
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