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Jan 29, 2018
UN peacekeeper from Pakistan killed in DR Congo: President Kabila says MONUSCO failed to 'eradicate' armed groupsA Pakistani UN peacekeeper was killed by "members of an armed group" in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Saturday, a United Nations spokesman said.
Dec 16, 2017
UN gives green light on Russia arms to volatile Central African Republic; London and Paris express concernRussia has been authorised to provide the Central African Republic's armed forces with light arms, under an exemption to an arms embargo on the country granted by the United Nations
Dec 08, 2017
DR Congo: 14 UN peacekeepers killed, over 53 others injured in militant attackRebels attacked a UN peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding 53 others in the deadliest single assault on a UN mission
Nov 29, 2017
UN peacekeeping mission employee in war-torn Darfur arrested for sexually abusing minorA Sudanese civilian employee of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in war-torn Darfur has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing a minor.
Nov 13, 2017
Narendra Modi addresses Indian diaspora in Philippines, says possible to make 21st Century 'India's century'Addressing the Indian diaspora in the Philippines capital, Narendra Modi said difficulties might be there but once it's crossed no one can stop India from achieving new heights
Oct 29, 2017
Mann Ki Baat: Narendra Modi lauds role of Indian forces in UN peacekeeping missionsNarendra Modi said spending Diwali with soldiers was an "unforgettable" experience and lauded the Indian forces for their role in UN peacekeeping missions
Oct 05, 2017
At UN, India deplores 'great irony' of troop-contributing countries being kept out of decisions on peacekeepingIndia has demanded that troop-contributing countries should be involved in the decisions by the Security Council on their mandates.
Sep 23, 2017
Sushma Swaraj at UNGA: External affairs minister calls for early start to negotiations for UNSC reformsIndia Saturday called for an early start to text-based negotiations for UN Security Council reforms with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj expressing hope that a revamp of its top organ will be a "priority" for the world body
Jul 19, 2017
UK defence chief Stuart Peach to visit India this week to strengthen security partnershipBritain's Chief of the Defence Staff, air chief marshal Stuart Peach, is visiting India this week to further reinforce the bilateral defence and security partnership.
Jul 16, 2017
India, US to train African peacekeeping military personnel in trilateral cooperation initiativeIn a trilateral cooperation initiative, India and the US will conduct a training programme for military personnel from African nations, who in turn will instruct peacekeeping forces in their respective countries, a senior Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official said on Sunday.