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UN human rights experts debunk basis of US sanctions mechanism
UN human rights experts posed serious questions to the very basis of the so-called “emergency state” that the US has been declaring against other countries at will as an excuse to bring them under arbitrary and inhumane economic sanctions.
Yemen's children starve as UN seeks billions to avoid vast 'man-made' famine
Ahmadiya Juaidi's eyes are wide as she drinks a nutrition shake from a large orange mug, her thin fingers grasping the handle. Her hair is pulled back and around her neck hangs a silver necklace with a heart and the letter A.
Relief programs hit by ongoing crisis in Myanmar, UN humanitarian office says
The political unrest in Myanmar has impacted the ability of humanitarians to respond to the needs of vulnerable communities, including internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the country’s conflict-affected areas, the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said.
UN: Thousands flee Ethiopia violence, seek asylum in Sudan
At least 7,000 people who fled escalating ethnic violence in western Ethiopia have sought asylum in neighboring Sudan, the UN refugee agency said Tuesday, amid heightened tensions between the two Eastern African nations.
Violence against civilians surges in Afghanistan after peace talks: UN
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan escalated sharply after peace talks began last year, the United Nations said in a report released on Tuesday, calling for a cease-fire as negotiators met for the first time after weeks of inaction.
Italian ambassador among three killed in attack on UN convoy in DR Congo
Italy's ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo and two other people were killed on Monday in an attack on a United Nations convoy in eastern Congo, Italy's Foreign Ministry and park authorities said.
White supremacy a ‘transnational threat’, UN chief warns
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Monday that white supremacy and neo-Nazi movements are becoming a “transnational threat” and have exploited the coronavirus pandemic to boost their support.
UN rights watchdog raises concerns about Dubai princess
The UN human rights watchdog said on Friday it has asked the United Arab Emirates for more information about the status of Dubai’s Sheikha Latifa and proof that she is alive.
Iran calls for fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccine
Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi said that a successful fight against COVID-19 requires providing assistance to developing countries, equitable distribution of vaccines among world nations, and the removal of sanctions.
UN stands ready to support relief, in aftermath of deadly India flash floods
The United Nations stands ready, if necessary, to contribute to ongoing rescue and assistance efforts, following a glacier burst and subsequent flash flooding in northern India, Secretary-General António Guterres said.
UN Yemen envoy makes first visit to Iran to push for peace
The United Nations special envoy for Yemen is on his first visit to Iran Sunday for talks on the grinding war waged by a Saudi-led coalition in the Arab world’s poorest country.
UN rights office urges ‘maximum restraint’ in ongoing protests in India
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has called on authorities and protesters in India to “exercise maximum restraint” amidst ongoing protests by farmers.
UN: Libyan navy intercepts over 800 EU-bound migrants
Hundreds of Europe-bound migrants were intercepted in the Mediterranean sea off Libya's coasts and taken into detention, the UN migration agency said.

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