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Iran can either comply with international community or face isolation: Clinton

On the eve of talks between Iran and six world powers, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the United States agrees with the international community that Iran must abandon its nuclear enrichment activities.

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Racism expert deplores religious-based violence

The United Nations independent expert on racism and other forms of discrimination has called on states to take action against people who attack others because of their religion.

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Secretary-General recalls senior envoy from Afghanistan

A senior official at the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has been recalled from duty.

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UN Daily News 30 September 2009

News and features from United Nations Radio.

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More countries sign on to Paris principles protecting children from armed conflict

Eight more countries have signed a commitment document to protect children from being used as soldiers. Albania, the Central African Republic, Eritrea, Guinea, Jamaica, Liechtenstein, Panama and Senegal joined the 2007 Paris Principles at a meeting co-organized by France, UNICEF and the UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, Radhika Coomaraswamy. Ms. Coomaraswamy told [...]

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Ondoy's onslaught left hundreds dead and thousands homeless

PRESENTER: Recent flooding in the northern Philippines has left hundreds dead and caused more than a hundred thousand people to be evacuated from their homes. UNICEF Radio spoke with Dr. Marinus Gotink, Chief of Health and Nutrition at UNICEF’s Office in the Philippines about his recent visit to some of the areas hardest hit by the [...]

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Red Cross helps people affected by recent hostilities in North Darfur

The International Committee of the Red Cross on Wednesday started distributing food and essential household items to families affected by recent hostilities in North Darfur, Sudan.

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