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1 Renew commitment to Palestinian people, UN chief urges, marking International Day
2 UN condemns 'brutal and callous' attack on civilians in north-east Nigeria
3 UN rights experts condemn retaliatory arrests of activists in Egypt
4 COVID disruption will 'pale in comparison' if world fails to act on climate change, SDGs
5 COVID-19: Testing still vital even as vaccines roll out
6 Fears of Desert Locust resurgence in Horn of Africa
7 'Real hope' surrounding COVID vaccines 'cannot be overstated' – WHO chief
8 UNICEF planning 'mammoth operation' to deliver COVID-19 vaccines
9 UN expert calls for urgent action to end 'pandemic of femicide and violence against women'
10 First Person: 'people with disabilities are the greatest untapped resource on the planet'
11 'Foundational and necessary change' needed to heal post-COVID world
12 UN report finds Gaza suffered $16.7 billion loss from siege and occupation
13 Afghanistan conference draws donor pledges and calls for lasting ceasefire
14 Somalia at a crossroad, UN envoy urges 'deepened' political consensus
15 Deputy UN chief pushes Security Council on global ceasefire, to fight 'common enemy'
16 'Act urgently' to stave off catastrophic famine in Yemen: Guterres
17 Guterres congratulates Biden and Harris, hails UN-US partnership as 'essential pillar'
18 UN-backed fund to address crisis in global sanitation and hygiene
19 UN chief to press G20 for greater solidarity and support during pandemic
20 UN envoy urges Yemen's warring parties to place 'a firm bet on peace', as famine threat continues
21 A child infected with HIV every 100 seconds, new UN report reveals
22 UN Police 'vital' across spectrum of peacekeeping, Security Council hears
23 UN agency for Palestine refugees runs out of money as COVID-19 spreads
24 FROM THE FIELD: Girl child soldier shunned at home in Uganda
25 Ahead of global health assembly, WHO stresses need for solidarity, preparation
26 Covid pandemic disproportionately hurting women, UN warns
27 World can save lives and 'end this pandemic, together' – WHO chief
28 African girls access 'avenue to achieve aspirations and rights': UN deputy chief
29 A deep dive into Zero Hunger: farming the seas
30 COVID-19: Slow road to jobs recovery for Latin America and the Caribbean
31 Climate Action Superheroes empower children to protect the planet
32 Rising hunger in drought-stricken southern Madagascar forcing families to eat insects: WFP
33 Social media-based trafficking on the rise during coronavirus pandemic
34 UN chief shocked at 'wanton brutality' in northern Mozambique
35 New Asian trade bloc could play key role in driving investment
36 Latest Ebola outbreak in DR Congo is declared over, with lessons for COVID-19
37 Iraq: Continued international support vital amid 'multiple storms'
38 Kim Jong Un is cutting off his economic lifeline, China, to stave off Covid-19
39 ICC Prosecutor calls for Libya ceasefire progress, decries 'powerful forces' hampering global justice
40 UN 'extremely concerned' for safety of Tigray civilians in regional capital, as refugee numbers grow
41 'Incredibly hard' winter beckons for Syrians, more assistance urgently needed
42 Measles cases hit 23-year high last year, killing 200000 as vaccination stalls, WHO says
43 Extortion, bio-warfare and terrorism: Extremists are exploiting the pandemic, says UN report
44 Address water scarcity 'immediately and boldly', urges UN agriculture agency chief
45 'No way' to get vital humanitarian aid into Ethiopia's Tigray region, UN warns
46 Six humanitarians killed in 'obscene' attacks in one week
47 First Person: supporting migrants on the COVID-19 frontline in Myanmar
48 Ethiopia: 'Halt the violence', resolve grievances peacefully – UN rights chief
49 UN human rights experts denounce 'concerted attempt' to erode civic space in Cambodia
50 Diabetes increasing COVID risks, showing need to strengthen health systems
51 South Sudan: UN arms embargo must be maintained after surge in violence against civilians in 2020
52 Commitment 'crucial' to strengthen Security Council, says UN Assembly President
53 Carbon dioxide levels hit new record; COVID impact 'a tiny blip', WMO says
54 COVID cases surge amid growing threat from antimicrobial resistance – WHO chief
55 UN agencies uphold human rights considerations in COVID-19 data collection
56 Syria: No justification for chemical weapon use 'under any circumstances' – UN disarmament chief
57 UN Calls For Restraint After Killing Of Iranian Nuclear Scientist
58 COVID-19: Consequences of 'chronic under-investment in public health' laid bare: Tedros
59 Independent UN experts decry COVID vaccine hoarding: 'No one is secure until all of us are'
60 'Take urgent steps' to calm intercommunal violence in Ethiopia: Guterres
61 Violence and bullying affect one in three students, education experts warn
62 Interview exclusive: UN Libya envoy reports on significant achievements towards peace
63 UN rights chief warns of possible war crimes in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
64 UN chief calls for 'peaceful, orderly and credible' elections in Myanmar
65 South Sudan: 'No child anywhere should suffer from polio' – UN health agency
66 African nations 'far from ready' for COVID-19 vaccination drive, says UN health agency
67 Sustainable urbanization critical to COVID-19 recovery, better quality of life
68 COVID-19 worsening food insecurity, driving displacement, warn UN agencies
69 WHO's Tedros says it is time for the world to heal, pushing back on 'misguided nationalism'
70 UN High Commissioner for Refugees calls for support for Sudan as it hosts Ethiopia refugees
71 UN High Commissioner for Refugees visits Sudan as new refugee arrivals cross 43000
72 Guterres urges continued dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan
73 This World Children's Day, 'reimagine a better future', for every child
74 Belarus targets women human rights defenders after disputed August elections
75 Ensure safe and hygienic sanitation for all, UN urges, marking World Toilet Day
76 Many challenges remain for Sahel Joint Force, warns Lacroix, welcoming 'increased coordination'
77 Libyan sides agree plan on implementing ceasefire deal
78 'Bring life to those fighting for breath', UNICEF urges on World Pneumonia Day
79 Following peace deal, talks on Libya's political future begin
80 Violence, insecurity continues to plague South Sudan communities
81 Cote d'Ivoire: 'Tone down the hateful rhetoric', find peaceful solutions – UN rights chief
82 Refugee resettlement numbers fall to lowest in two decades: UNHCR
83 'Super typhoon' Goni: Towns cut off as COVID-19 impacts response
84 UN rights chief Bachelet condemns Tanzania election violence
85 Nigerians need justice, UN rights experts say, in call for inquiry into protestor killings
86 UN and partners express regret over US departure from Paris climate accord
87 UN officials assess needs at camps for refugees from Ethiopia's Tigray region
88 First Person: Four years on, hopes of return still distant for refugee pianist
89 UN refugee agency: Keep borders open for fleeing Ethiopians
90 U.N. says former Nissan head Carlos Ghosn owed 'compensation' for arrest, detention
91 UN chief stresses need for greater speed to achieve carbon neutrality
92 UN officials denounce bombings in northern Syria | Seven civilians killed in two bombings in northern Syria
93 Kim Jong Un ordered executions amid frantic efforts to control coronavirus, South Korea lawmaker says
94 Can 'Open Science' speed up the search for a COVID-19 vaccine? 5 things you need to know
95 Alert over growing use of cluster munitions, despite stockpile reductions
96 Revealed: UN Sudan expert's links to Russian oligarch Prigozhin
97 In the face of ridicule: one woman's fight to bring sanitation to a Nepalese village
98 Displaced in Nigeria's restive northeast tell UN deputy chief they're 'impatient' for home
99 UN Agency: Physical Activity Can Save Up to 5 Million Lives a Year
100 More tragedy on the Mediterranean as 74 migrants reportedly drown off Libya coast