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  1. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (R) is barred under UN sanctions resolutions from sending North

    Britain wants China to disclose figures on North Korean workers

    Britain complained on Friday after China failed to provide figures on the number of North Korean laborers it had sent home, in line with a UN ...
  2. Talks to prevent an arms race in space took on new urgency with India's March 27 announcement

    UN talks on space peace treaty fail to reach consensus

    United Nations-backed talks to prevent an arms race in outer space ended without agreement on Friday, delivering another blow to global ...
  3. Indian Muslims hold a photo of Jaish-e-Mohammad leader Masood Azhar

    US sets up UN clash with China over bid to blacklist JeM leader

  4. Hundreds are still missing in Mozambique and Zimbabwe since the cyclone struck on March 15

    Around 1.85 million people affected by cyclone in Mozambique: UN

  5. Map of Afghanistan locating Kunduz, where at least 13 civilians were killed in air strike by

    Air strike killed 13 civilians, mostly children, in Afghanistan: UN

    At least 13 civilians were killed, mostly children, in an air strike by "international forces" in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz late last ...
  6. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited New York's Islamic Cultural Center to show

    At New York mosque, UN chief pledges to help protect religious sites

    UN Secretary-GeneralAntonio Guterres on Friday pledged action to help protect religious sites worldwide, during a visit to a New York Islamic ...
  7. The UN Human Rights Council has condemned the IAAF's attempt to regulate the testosterone

    UN rights council blasts IAAF over testerone rules for female athletes

    The UN Human Rights Council has condemned the IAAF's attempt to regulate the testosterone levels of female athletes, as nations unanimously backed ...
  8. Logo of the World Food Programme humanitarian organization is seen on a plane at the National Airpo

    Uganda probes UN relief food after three deaths: Police

    Uganda is investigating a supply of food from the World Food Programme (WFP) after three people died and more than 150 others became sick in ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: People look at data on their mobiles as background with internet wire cables on switch

    How much does your government spy on you? UN may rank the snoopers

    A U.N. human rights expert has published a draft list of questions to measure countries' privacy safeguards, a first step towards ranking the ...
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    Egyptian executions follow flawed trials, torture: UN rights office