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Nov 08, 2016
Democratic Republic of Congo: Explosion injures 32 Indian peacekeepers, kills 1 childAn explosion killed a child and injured 32 Indian peacekeepers in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo city of Goma on Tuesday, the UN mission there said.
Apr 24, 2015
BSF jawan cremated a week after demise under UN duty in CongoOfficials said this sort of time delay was usual as the UN and its agencies take time to send a body home as all the troops and contingents work under UN rules and charter.
Sep 29, 2014
UN mission against Ebola to open its headquarters in GhanaThe UN mission to combat Ebola is opening its headquarters in Ghana, where it will coordinate aid for the West African crisis.
Aug 27, 2014
Three killed in UN helicopter crash in South SudanArray
Jan 09, 2014
India worries over US delay of G-visa for Devyani as court loomsThe unusual delay in granting Khobragade a G-visa, which would prevent her from any further arrest, has raised anxiety levels among Indian officials as the next day of court hearing fast approaches in New York next week.
Dec 21, 2013
South Sudan crisis: Ban condemns attack on UN base, expresses condolenceUN Secretary-General Ban ki-moon has strongly condemned the attack on a UN base in South Sudan in which two Indian soldiers were killed and another critically injured among others and has called for all parties to exercise restraint and cease hostilities.
Dec 06, 2013
US charges 49 Russian diplomats with healthcare fraudAccording to the charges, filed in November and unsealed on Thursday, the diplomats' families got around $1.5 million in benefits from the Medicaid program for families with very low monthly incomes - in many cases around $3,000 or less. The benefits covered costs related to pregnancies, births and infant care, the charges say.
Oct 10, 2013
Ignoring international appeals, Iraq hangs 42 on terrorism chargesIraq has hanged 42 prisoners convicted of terrorism-related charges, including a woman, the Justice Ministry said Thursday, in Baghdad's latest use of capital punishment despite international appeals to have it abolished