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  1. A second Swiss canton will introduce a regional "burqa ban", after voters in St. Gallen

    Swiss region overwhelmingly votes for 'burqa ban'

    A second Swiss canton will introduce a regional "burqa ban", after voters in St. Gallen overwhelmingly voted Sunday to prohibit all face-covering ...
  2. Egeland Special Advisor to the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria attends a news conference in

    Russia, Turkey still working on Idlib deal but optimistic - UN

    Russia and Turkey told a weekly meeting of the U.N. Syria humanitarian taskforce in Geneva on Thursday that they were still working out the ...
  3. A destroyed motorcycle after fighting between pro-government fighters and Huthi rebels near the port

    UN's Yemen envoy meets rebels to get talks back on track

    The UN's Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths has discussed a possible new round of peace talks with the country's Huthi rebels, who last week refused to ...
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    Burundi under fire at UN for expelling UN human rights team

  5. UN-backed talks between Yemen's warring parties ended Saturday before properly getting off the

    Yemen talks falter before they begin as rebels stay away

    The head of Yemen's Shiite Huthi rebels called Saturday for "resistance" as UN-brokered peace talks with the government collapsed after the ...
  6. UN envoy Griffiths  leaves a hotel after meeting the delegation of the Government of Yemen in Geneva

    Yemen's Houthis want UN guarantees for delegation as peace talks in Geneva stall

    Yemen's Houthi group said on Friday it was still waiting for the United Nations to guarantee that the flight carrying its delegation to peace ...
  7. UN Syria envoy de Mistura attends a news conference in Geneva

    United Nations sees 'moment of truth' for Syria political process

    Talks between major powers this month on setting up a committee to lead constitutional reform in Syria will be a "moment of truth" for a credible ...
  8. Roberto Azevedo

    Damage from tariffs not felt yet but 'will come': WTO chief