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Pakistan demands independent inquiry into the 'extrajudicial' killing of Burhan Wani at UN

Jul 26, 2016

Pakistan demands independent inquiry into the 'extrajudicial' killing of Burhan Wani at UN

Further needling India, Pakistan has demanded an independent inquiry into the "extrajudicial" killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani and claimed that the denial of "plebiscite" to Kashmiri people was behind the flare-up in the Valley. #India #United Nations #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Ban Ki-moon #Hizbul Mujahideen #Kashmiri people #Maleeha Lodhi #Sartaj Aziz #Burhan Wani
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan increase to record high in first six months of 2016: UN

Jul 25, 2016

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan increase to record high in first six months of 2016: UN

A new UN report released on Monday shows that violence has increased in Afghanistan this year as compared to previous years #United Nations #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #UN #Kabul #LeT #Human rights violation #Afghan Army #islamic-state #civilian casualties
Resolving Kashmir issue will require India and Pakistan's goodwill: UN

Jul 23, 2016

Resolving Kashmir issue will require India and Pakistan's goodwill: UN

Resolving the Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan will require goodwill of the member states, a top United Nations counter-terrorism official said. #India #United Nations #US #NewsTracker #Kashmir #UN
Syed Akbaruddin hits out at 'subterranean' cover for terrorists at UN

Jul 20, 2016

Syed Akbaruddin hits out at 'subterranean' cover for terrorists at UN

India's Permanent Representative Syed Akbaruddin on Tuesday called for opening up their voting so that those vetoing action against terrorists are made to publicly acknowledge their role. #India #China #United Nations #Pakistan #NewsTracker #UN #Veto #Terrorists #Syed Akbaruddin
Watch: These fishing nets get recycled into skateboards in Chile

Jul 20, 2016

Watch: These fishing nets get recycled into skateboards in Chile

A Chile-based American entrepreneur recycles used fishing nets and turns them into skateboards to be sold in the US #America #United Nations #entrepreneur #Chile #California #Recycling #ocean pollution #fishing nets #Shareworthy #skateboards
Pakistan continues to raise Kashmir issue with UN officials

Jul 20, 2016

Pakistan continues to raise Kashmir issue with UN officials

Pakistan continued to raise the Kashmir issue with top UN officials and submitted letters to UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressing "concern" over alleged human rights violations. #United Nations #NewsTracker #Hizbul #Maleeha Lodhi #Sartaj Aziz #Burhan Wani #Jammu and Kahmir
Kashmir Unrest: Separatist Kashmiri groups hold protests outside UN headquarters

Jul 18, 2016

Kashmir Unrest: Separatist Kashmiri groups hold protests outside UN headquarters

Separatist Kashmiri groups have held demonstrations outside the premises of India's Permanent Mission to the UN protesting against the Indian forces in the Valley and demanding UN intervention in the Kashmir issue. #United Nations #NewsTracker #UN #USA #Kashmir violence #Kashmir unrest #India's Permanent Mission to the UN #Kashmir American Council #Wold Kashmir Awareness
Morocco wants to join African Union after 32 years

Jul 18, 2016

Morocco wants to join African Union after 32 years

Moroccan King Mohammed VI announced that his country wanted to rejoin the African Union, 32 years after quitting the bloc. #United Nations #NewsTracker #Morocco #African Union #King Mohammed VI #Western Sahara
Unesco suspends world heritage meeting in Istanbul after Turkey coup attempt

Jul 16, 2016

Unesco suspends world heritage meeting in Istanbul after Turkey coup attempt

The Unesco meeting, which began last Sunday, was deciding whether to give world heritage protection to 29 sites across the world. #United Nations #NewsTracker #UNESCO #World Heritage #Chandigarh #Turkey #Istanbul #Le Corbusier
South Sudan's poor go hungry as thieves steal 4,500 tonnes of food in Juba

Jul 16, 2016

South Sudan's poor go hungry as thieves steal 4,500 tonnes of food in Juba

More than a third of South Sudan's population are expected to face severe food shortages over the coming months #United Nations #NewsTracker #Unicef #World Food Programme #Doctors Without Borders #South Sudan #Riek Machar #Juba