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Many of Iraq’s humanitarian needs are still unaddressed

Many of Iraq’s humanitarian needs are still not addressed six months after the latest humanitarian action plan for that country was launched, according to the United Nations humanitarian agency.

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UN calls on countries not to cut back in fight against HIV as report shows major progrress

Millions more will die from HIV and AIDS if ” we keep offering only a jumbled mix of uncoordinated, under-funded and underutilized services, ” in the fight against the HIV pandemic.

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EU contributes 2 million euros to UNRWA’s Summer Games

The European Union on Monday announced a contribution of two million Euros to support summer games for the children of Gaza run by the United Nations Agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA).

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AIDS conference emphasizes human rights

With a new vision on how to beat AIDS, the 18th International AIDS conference opened on Sunday in Vienna, Austria. Attended by thousands of people working in the field of HIV/AIDS, as well as policy makers and people living with HIV, AIDS 2010 is emphasizing the critical link between AIDS and human rights. Bissera Kostova [...]

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UN Daily News 19 July 2010

News and features from United Nations Radio.

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Secretary-General says parliaments have key role in development

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says Parliaments’ play key role in advancing development and creating prosperity is particularly important as we approach the 2015 target date for the Millennium Development Goals. Yvette Morris reports from Geneva.

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Third World Conference of Parliamentarians opens in Geneva

Parliamentarians are “the true backbone of democracy,” according to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. His comments came in an address to the Third World Conference of Speakers of Parliament which opened in Geneva on Monday. Dianne Penn has the story. Duration: 4’13″ NARR: The conference is being held by the Inter-Parliamentary Union, which works to establish [...]

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HIV epidemic is increasing in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: UNICEF

An underground HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe and Central Asia is intensifying at an alarming pace, according to a new report released by the UN Children’s agency on Monday.

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FAO provides toolkit to prevent conflict between humans and wildlife

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has unveiled a toolkit to prevent and mitigate the growing problems of conflict between people and wild animals.

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Secretary-General stresses important role of parliamentarians

Parliamentarians can play an important role in tackling global issues, including the threat posed by nuclear weapons.

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