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Iran urges strong, immediate condemnation of state terrorism
Iran’s senior diplomat at the United Nations referred to the assassination of the country’s prominent scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh as a clear manifestation of state terrorism aimed at jeopardizing international and regional peace, and stressed it “needs to be strongly and immediately condemned by the international community.”
UN, Ethiopia sign deal for aid access to embattled Tigray
In a breakthrough a month after deadly conflict cut off Ethiopia’s Tigray region from the world, the United Nations on Wednesday said it and the Ethiopian government have signed a deal to allow “unimpeded” humanitarian access, at least for areas under federal government control after the prime minister’s declaration of victory over the weekend.
UN says 233,000 killed in Yemen war in past six years
The United Nations on Tuesday said the Saudi-led invasion and blockade of Yemen has claimed 233,000 lives over the past six years.
UN alarmed at military buildup around Tigray capital
The United Nations human rights chief voiced alarm on Tuesday at reports of a heavy buildup of tanks and artillery around the Tigrayan regional capital of Mekelle after the Ethiopian government’s ultimatum to surrender before a threatened attack.
World has moral responsibility to end Yemen tragedy: Zarif
Iran’s foreign minister stressed the need for an end to Saudi-led attacks against Yemen and a political process to resolve the conflict there, saying the world community has a “moral responsibility” to help bring an end to the tragedy unfolding in the war-torn country and hold the aggressors accountable.
World abandoning Afghanistan will have disastrous outcome: UN
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi urged the international community to remain committed to Afghanistan at this critical juncture, calling for greater support for Afghan refugees, internally displaced and returnees.
UN says $200m needed for Ethiopian refugees in Sudan
UN officials said on Friday around $200 million is needed to provide assistance to the thousands refugees flooding into Sudan seeking shelter from fighting in Ethiopia.
UN approves extra steps to curb shipping emissions
The United Nations shipping agency approved measures to boost energy efficiency in vessels as part of efforts to reduce the industry’s carbon footprint, a UN spokeswoman said.
UN approves extra steps to curb shipping emissions
The United Nations shipping agency approved measures to boost energy efficiency in vessels as part of efforts to reduce the industry’s carbon footprint, a UN spokeswoman said.
UN affiliated body to hold webinar on Avicenna’s philosophy
The Foundation of Dialogue and Solidarity of United Nations (FODASUN) will hold a webinar on the philosophy of the prominent Persian philosopher and physician of the 10th century, Avicenna, also known as Ibn Sina.
UN decries Israel’s settlement expansion in sensitive area
The UN's Middle East peace envoy decried an Israeli plan to expand a settlement in a sensitive area of East Al-Quds, calling on Tel Aviv to “reverse this step”.
UN: Libya talks set Dec. 2021 date for elections
Libyans at UN-led talks agreed to hold national parliamentary and presidential elections in December next year, the United Nations said.
Tigray conflict risks spiraling out of control: UN's Bachelet
The United Nations human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, on Friday expressed “increasing alarm” at violence in Ethiopia’s Tigray region and said an alleged massacre there might amount to war crimes.

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