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China in balancing act between Iran and U.S.
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Saturday, 03 April 2010
China in balancing act between Iran and U.S.
By Jaime Florcruz, CNN If American officials are correct, China could be poised to lend crucial support to White House efforts to curb Iran's nuclear program. On Wednesday, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice said China had ""agreed to sit down and begin serious negotiations in New York"" over possible new sanctions against Iran.Read Full Artic...
 
Iran not worried about new UN resolution: MP
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Saturday, 03 April 2010
Iran not worried about new UN resolution: MP
Tehran Times Political Desk TEHRAN -- MP Alaeddin Boroujerdi says Iran is not worried about the possibility of a new United Nations Security Council resolution...
 
UN workers killed in DR Congo raid
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Saturday, 03 April 2010
UN workers killed in DR Congo raid
Militants kill two United Nations workers in Democratic Republic of Congo's restive north-west.Read Full Article ...
 
Two UN workers killed as airport overrun
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Saturday, 03 April 2010
Two UN workers killed as airport overrun
MILITANTS have killed two United Nations workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.Read Full Article ...
 
(AHN) Smokeless Brick Making Replacing 150-Year-Old Tradition In Bangladesh
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Saturday, 03 April 2010
(AHN) Smokeless Brick Making Replacing 150-Year-Old Tradition In Bangladesh
Bangladesh has adopted a smokeless brick making technology that will replace a traditional system that is over 150-years-old. The new technology has been intro...
 
Not just opium, Afghanistan biggest producer of hashish: UN
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Not just opium, Afghanistan biggest producer of hashish: UN
UNITED NATIONS (Agencies): Afghanistan, the world?s biggest producer of opium, is also a major cultivator of cannabis, a narcotic plant from which dreaded ...R...
 
Pelosi Statement on Climate Talks in Copenhagen
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Pelosi Statement on Climate Talks in Copenhagen
2010-04-02 Olso: More than 110 countries have signed up to the Copenhagen Accord on fighting global warming but the United Nations said on Wednesday that their...
 
Nuclear Weapons and Moral Promises and Material Progress
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Nuclear Weapons and Moral Promises and Material Progress
When Under-Secretary of State William Burns reported that the U.S. and Russia were "making very good progress" on nuclear arms reduction talks, I was reminded ...
 
Karzai clarifies anti-UN remarks
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Karzai clarifies anti-UN remarks
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has called U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to try to ease tensions after he asserted that the United Nations and t...
 
Commentary: Thank you, the world, on behalf of the people of Haiti!
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Commentary: Thank you, the world, on behalf of the people of Haiti!
An unprecedented event happened on Wednesday at the United Nations in New York. Some one hundred countries sent their Ministers of Foreign Affairs or their Amb...
 
UN Commission Unveils The Guatemalan Oligarchy's Perversity
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Friday, 02 April 2010
UN Commission Unveils The Guatemalan Oligarchy's Perversity
BERLIN (IDN) - The International Commission against the Impunity in Guatemala - a supranational prosecution office installed almost two years ago by the United...
 
Report of OHCHR on the activities of their office in Guatemala
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Report of OHCHR on the activities of their office in Guatemala
Guatemala. Summary of the Report. 3 March 2010. The present report describes some key aspects of the human rights situation in Guatemala as well as the activit...
 
Shaping the Post-Carbon Economy
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Shaping the Post-Carbon Economy
NEW YORK - At the end of this year, representatives of the 170 nations that are signatories to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will m...
 
Rethinking Poverty Reduction
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Rethinking Poverty Reduction
NEW YORK - Last year, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization announced that the number of hungry people in the world increased over the last deca...
 
World Water day celebrations all over the planet
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Friday, 02 April 2010
World Water day celebrations all over the planet
UN Secretary Message on World Water Day. Water is the source of life and the link that binds all living beings on this planet. It is connected directly to all ...
 
Access to water in Middle East & North Africa world's lowest
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Access to water in Middle East & North Africa world's lowest
People in the Arab world need fuller and freer information about shrinking water supplies but their governments are withholding it for fear of fuelling unrest,...
 
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Friday, 02 April 2010
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: Use of a cheap, commonly-prescribed antibiotic dramatically reduced the death toll among African patients whose immune systems had been ravaged by the 2010-...
 
Tens of millions to benefit from India's Right to Education Act - UN agencies
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Tens of millions to benefit from India's Right to Education Act - UN agencies
Three United Nations agencies are hailing what they described as a "ground-breaking" new act that legalizes the right to free and compulsory education for all ...
 
Latest News : Donors pledge billions for Haiti aid
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Latest News : Donors pledge billions for Haiti aid
Donors pledge billions for Haiti aid UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) -– International donors on Wednesday pledged $5.3 billion to Haiti, exceeding expectations in a worldwide drive to rebuild the country after January's shattering earthquake. Ban told reporters at the end of a one-day donors conference at....Read Full Article ...
 
Free speech, press freedom crucial for democracy, Ban tells Kyrgyz leaders
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Free speech, press freedom crucial for democracy, Ban tells Kyrgyz leaders
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon continued his visit to Central Asia on Saturday with a stop in Kyrgyzstan, where he stressed the need to protect all human rights...
 
Tens of millions to benefit from Indias Right to Education Act - UN agencies
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Tens of millions to benefit from Indias Right to Education Act - UN agencies
Three United Nations agencies are hailing what they described as a "ground-breaking" new act that legalizes the right to free and compulsory education for all ...
 
Malouda aims for starting spot at World Cup
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Malouda aims for starting spot at World Cup
, March 19 (Reuters) - England captain Steve Borthwick will miss Saturday's final Six Nations championship match against France at the Stade de France (1945 GM...
 
Karzai speech provokes White House alarm
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Karzai speech provokes White House alarm
The rift between Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan's president, and the US deepened yesterday when the White House called a fierce attack he launched on his western al...
 
Ivory bids fall on poaching fears
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Friday, 02 April 2010
Ivory bids fall on poaching fears
THE United Nations’s wildlife trade organisation has turned down Tanzania and Zambia’s requests to sell ivory, amid concern about elephant poaching.Read Full A...
 
SDPI holds seminar on UN’s climate change adaptation fund
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
SDPI holds seminar on UN’s climate change adaptation fund
* Event sheds light on the impact of global warming and measures countries might adapt Staff Report ISLAMABAD: The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SD...
 
Iran sends envoy to Beijing as China agrees to sanctions talks
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
Iran sends envoy to Beijing as China agrees to sanctions talks
Iran dispatched its top nuclear negotiator to Beijing yesterday, one day after word surfaced in New York that, after weeks of hesitation, China had agreed to s...
 
Haiti leader calls for ‘red helmet’ UN force
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
Haiti leader calls for ‘red helmet’ UN force
UNITED NATIONS: Haitian President Rene Preval has given his backing to the creation of a UN “red helmet” humanitarian rapid reaction force which could swing in...
 
Mission in Chad under review, says Minister
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
Mission in Chad under review, says Minister
MINISTER FOR Defence Tony Killeen has left open the possibility that Irish troops serving in Chad could remain in the country but only if the United Nations (U...
 
Farc's holding of prisoners is a war crime, UN warns
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
Farc's holding of prisoners is a war crime, UN warns
THE UNITED Nations has warned Colombia’s largest guerrilla movement that its policy of holding military and civilian prisoners is a war crime and it called on ...
 
Karzai rails against foreign presence, accuses West of engineering voter fraud
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
Karzai rails against foreign presence, accuses West of engineering voter fraud
KABUL -- President Hamid Karzai on Thursday delivered one of his most stinging criticisms to date of the foreign presence in Afghanistan, accusing the West and...
 
TRADE: Something's Rotten in European Supermarkets
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Thursday, 01 April 2010
TRADE: Something's Rotten in European Supermarkets
UNITED NATIONS, Apr 1 (IPS) - The majority of European supermarkets failed to take adequate responsibility for labour conditions and fair-trade relationships i...
 
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