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Nigeria double suicide attack draws condemnation from UN chief

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

The recent deadly double suicide attack on a camp for displaced people in north-eastern Nigeria has been condemned by the UN Secretary-General. At least 58 people were killed and more than 70 injured…

11 Feb 2016 / Listen /
CAR urged to take steps against impunity Gaza “at point of exhaustion” as UN launches US$ 571m appeal UN chief emphasizes shared responsibility in addressing humanitarian needs Satellite launch "legitimate right" of DPRK Sri Lanka’s “element of fear” is diminished, says rights chief Fears over escalation of inter-communal violence in eastern DRC Hunger on the rise in South Sudan "Significant measures" to be taken against DPRK following missile launch
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"The sky's the limit" for Europe's Radio Refugee Network

Refugee Radio Network. Photo: UNESCO/World Radio Day

A radio network dedicated to serving the needs of refugees in Europe is expanding fast throughout the continent, and…

12 Feb 2016 / Listen /

"Stay home, stay calm": UN radio keeping Mali safe in a crisis

Joyce de Pina at Radio Mikado. Photo courtesy of Joyce de Pina

  During Mali's state of emergency, the UN's local radio station, Mikado FM, is helping people stay safe, and…

12 Feb 2016 / Listen /

Putting a "human face" to victims of terrorism

Jehangir Khan. UN Photo/Manuel Elias

The victims of terrorism around the world should be given more of a "human face" according to a senior…

11 Feb 2016 / Listen /

Malian singer could not find "place in society" following genital cutting

Malian singer Inna Modja during a special event entitled, "Mobilizing to Achieve the Global Goals through the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilation by 2030". UN Photo/Manuel Elias

A singer from Mali has been explaining how she was not able to find her "place in society" after…

11 Feb 2016 / Listen /

Girls don't want to be "geeks"

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Girls don't want to be portrayed as "geeks" and that is turning them away from Science, Technology, Engineering and…

11 Feb 2016 / Listen /
South Sudan facing "unprecedented levels of food insecurity" Radio and "blue helmets" vital for UN peacekeeping says veteran chief Efforts underway to provide isolated South Sudanese with food World can be "re-inspired" to work for humanitarian causes
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