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Stronger regional integration needed for "transformative changes"

Jan Eliasson. UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz

Africa needs to pursue stronger regional integration if "transformative changes" are to be realised in the development of the continent. That's according to the UN Deputy Secretary-General, Jan Eliasson, who was addressing a…

1 Oct 2014 / Listen /

UN to "fill gaps" in Ebola response in Liberia.

Anthony Banbury. UN Photo/Yubi Hoffmann

"Gaps" in the response to the spread of the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia will be filled by the United Nations. That's what the chief of the UN's Mission for Ebola Emergency Response…

1 Oct 2014 / Listen /
Half of older people lack pensions says ILO Open, fair international trading regime key to sustainable development Annual gathering of world leaders ends at the United Nations Coalition against ISIL "coming together:" US "Tens of thousands" more refugees expected in Syria if militants advance Islam "hijacked" by "extremist elements" Maldives New development goals must activate "meaningful change": Bhutan Prevention of violent extremism under spotlight at UN Thousands of children affected by Ebola abandoned in West Africa Barbados urges "ambitious" development targets "Action plan" in Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state to be launched by government Militant Islam is on the march, says Israeli Prime Minister
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Barbados Foreign Minister: "We are a government leading by example"

Maxine McClean. UN Photo/JC McIlwaine

Barbados is "leading by example" in its transition to a green economy, according to Foreign Minister Maxine McClean. Government…

2 Oct 2014 / Listen /

Africa regional groupings "building blocks" for unity, integration

High-level briefing on

Regional economic groupings in Africa or RECs are being seen as "building blocks" to achieving unity and integration on…

1 Oct 2014 / Listen /

"Live and love" life says an old dancer from the UK

A drama class at the Jewish Home and Hospital for Aged in New York City. UN Photo/John Isaac

People should not fear growing old but should realize how precious life is and "live it and love it".…

1 Oct 2014 / Listen /

"Tremendous appetite" for climate change agreement: GA President

Sam Kutesa

Global leaders and people across the world have a "tremendous appetite" to reach an agreement on climate change, according…

1 Oct 2014 / Listen /
About 2,000 children are orphaned by Ebola in Liberia Violence continues to obstruct relief assistance in Syria Ebola child survivors bear strong stigma in their communities Two million people pulled from brink of famine in South Sudan Morocco shares its approach to fighting terrorism and extremism Clean energy is possible for every country: UAE "Irregular migration" claims over 40,000 lives since year 2000 Continuing to ignore Africa's refugee crisis a risk for global peace Artist creates "Garbage Patch State" to help stop ocean pollution Economic situation remains most critical issue for CARICOM "Salt reduction saves lives" says WHO Uganda’s Karamajong pastoralists severely affected by climate change Mali rebels urged to show "political courage" in negotiations with government South Sudan President accuses adversary of stoking up tribal conflict Women's economic empowerment is key to sustainable development US "committed" to ratifying nuclear test treaty
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John F. Kennedy, 1963.

JFK at the United Nations

President of the United States John F. Kennedy addresses the UN General Assembly for the final time, during the “relative calm” of 1963. Language: English Genre: Speech 1963 Duration: 29’04″…

24 Sep 2014 / Listen /

Pope John Paul II Speaks Before the General Assembly

Pope John Paul II

For the United Nations’ 50th birthday, Pope John Paul II praises the quest for freedom as one of the distinguished marks of…

24 Sep 2014 / Listen /
Nelson Mandela Addresses General Assembly