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UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon regrets India-Pak NSA-level talks fiasco

Aug 25, 2015

UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon regrets India-Pak NSA-level talks fiasco

UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday expressed regret over calling-off of the planned NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan and hoped that leaders of the two countries will use "all opportunities" to resume talks soon. #India #United Nations #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Ban Ki-moon #NSA level talks
UN chief Ban Ki-moon appalled by Islamic State's 'barbaric' attacks in Palmyra in Syria

Aug 25, 2015

UN chief Ban Ki-moon appalled by Islamic State's 'barbaric' attacks in Palmyra in Syria

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday he was appalled by reports that Islamic State militants had demolished a temple in Syria's ancient Palmyra. #Terrorism #United Nations #Syria #UN #Ban Ki-moon #islamic-state #Palmyra #baal shamin temple #Khaled al-Assaad
UN asks India, Pakistan to exercise 'maximum restraint', expresses concern over violence along LoC

Aug 19, 2015

UN asks India, Pakistan to exercise 'maximum restraint', expresses concern over violence along LoC

UN Secretary General Ban ki-moon called upon India and Pakistan to exercise "maximum restraint" in the wake of "escalation of violence" along the Line of Control. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #UN #Ban Ki-moon #Ceasefire #LoC #Ajit Doval
UN launches probe into peacekeeper rape, killing allegations: Central African Republic

Aug 12, 2015

UN launches probe into peacekeeper rape, killing allegations: Central African Republic

The UN mission in the Central African Republic launched a probe Tuesday into allegations its soldiers had raped a 12-year-old girl and shot dead a teenager and his father. #World #NewsTracker #UN #Ban Ki-moon #Human Rights #Sex scandal #sex abuse #UN Peacekeeping
UN states aim to wipe out global poverty by 2030

Aug 03, 2015

UN states aim to wipe out global poverty by 2030

Jubilant UN member states on Sunday put the finishing touches to a hugely ambitious roadmap aimed at wiping out poverty worldwide by 2030 and taking on climate change. #Development #NewsTracker #UN #Ban Ki-moon #2030
Outpouring of grief is a testament of respect: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon condoles Kalam's death

Aug 01, 2015

Outpouring of grief is a testament of respect: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon condoles Kalam's death

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said that the outpouring of grief around the world following Kalam's death is a testament of the respect and inspiration he has garnered during and after his Presidency. #India #United Nations #UN #TheySaidIt #Ban Ki-moon #President #APJ Abdul Kalam #Permanent Mission of India
Ban Ki-Moon calls for 'flexibility and compromise' at UN development summit

Jul 13, 2015

Ban Ki-Moon calls for 'flexibility and compromise' at UN development summit

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Monday called for "flexibility and compromise" at a development financing summit that opened in Ethiopia's capital and is seen as crucial for efforts to end poverty and tackle climate change. #World #NewsTracker #UN #OECD #Ban Ki-moon #G20 #Ethiopia #Development Summit
US urges action from UN Security Council to identify  Syria gas attacks perpetrators

Jul 10, 2015

US urges action from UN Security Council to identify Syria gas attacks perpetrators

The United States on Thursday asked the UN Security Council to set up an investigative panel to identify those behind deadly chlorine gas attacks in Syria. #World #US #NewsTracker #Ban Ki-moon #UN Security Council #Chemical warfare #War #Syrian civil war #Gas attacks
Ban Ki-moon welcomes direct talks between Afghan govt and Taliban

Jul 09, 2015

Ban Ki-moon welcomes direct talks between Afghan govt and Taliban

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his Special Representative in Afghanistan Nicholas Haysom have welcomed direct talks between Afghan govt and Taliban #Pakistan #Taliban #Afghanistan #UN #Ban Ki-moon #Islamabad #peace talks #afghan #Nicholas Haysom
Ban Ki-moon appoints independent panel to review UN handling of alleged sexual abuse by French troops

Jun 23, 2015

Ban Ki-moon appoints independent panel to review UN handling of alleged sexual abuse by French troops

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appointed an independent panel Monday to review the United Nations' handling of allegations of child sexual abuse by French soldiers in Central African Republic. #World #United Nations #NewsTracker #Ban Ki-moon #sexual assault #Sex crimes #French troops