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Ailing oceans in state of 'emergency': UN chief
A long-delayed conference on how to restore the faltering health of global oceans kicked off in Lisbon on Monday, with the head of the UN saying the world's seas are in crisis.
UN says Al Jazeera journalist killed by Israeli fire
The United Nations said Friday that its findings showed that the shot that killed Al Jazeera TV journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on May 11 was fired by Israeli forces.
Iran: Certain states use unilateral coercive measures as political leverage
Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations said certain states use unilateral coercive measures against other countries as political leverage.
UN chief’s report on Iran human rights based on terrorists’ claims: Tehran
Tehran dismissed as politically motivated a recent report by UN Secretary General António Guterres on human rights in Iran, saying the Islamic Republic remains committed to promoting human rights, irrespective of the fact that the report was based on false claims made by terrorists.
No deal as UN's latest Libya mediation effort ends
Rival sides in Libya's long-running conflict concluded their latest round of United Nations-led talks on Monday without reaching a deal on rules for long-delayed elections, the UN said.
UN warns African refugees face food cuts due to inadequate funds
The UN's World Food Programme warned on Sunday that refugees in East and West Africa faced smaller food rations due to a surge in demand and insufficient funding.
UN chief calls for ending 'age of fossil fuels'
The UN chief on Friday launched an all-out attack on the fossil fuel industry, accusing it of having "humanity by the throat" and calling on leaders of the world's major economies to "end the age of fossil fuels."
UN: UK Rwanda asylum plan unlawful
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) warned the UK Home Office twice that its arrangement to send asylum seekers to Rwanda was unlawful, the High Court has heard.
Ending Israel's occupation key to halting violence: UN report
UN investigators on Tuesday blamed Israel's continued occupation and discrimination against Palestinians for the endless cycles of violence in the decades-long conflict, prompting angry Israeli protests.
UN: Over 500 killed in Mali clashes as military junta loses grip
Over 500 civilians died in attacks carried out by armed forces and extremist groups in Mali from January to March this year, the United Nations said in a report that detailed a rapid unravelling of an already desperate security situation.
Number of displaced people passes 100 million for first time: UN
Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine has pushed the number of forcibly displaced people around the world above 100 million for the first time ever, the United Nations said.
UN ambassador: Global food shortages have reached level 10
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said Friday that global food shortages due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict have reached the highest level of alarm.
Outcry after Israel police beat mourners at journalist funeral
UN condemns killing of journalist without naming Israel
International Desk
Record 12.3 million Syrian kids need aid: UN
More Syrian children are in need than at any time since a devastating war erupted over a decade ago, but funding for them is "dwindling", the United Nations warned Sunday.

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