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The world is running out of antibiotics: WHO


The world is running out of life-saving antibiotics, according to a new report published by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday. WHO said that there was a "serious lack" of new antibiotics…

20 Sep 2017 / Listen /

News in Brief 20 September 2017 (AM)


We cannot allow "doomsday weapons" to endanger the future: UN chief We cannot allow "doomsday weapons" to continue threatening our children's future and that of the entire world. That's the passionate view of…

20 Sep 2017 / Listen /
News in Brief 20 September 2017 (PM) Act now to realize women's economic rights: UN Secretary-General 40 million worldwide trapped in modern slavery: UN-backed report News in Brief 19 September 2017 (PM) News in Brief 19 September 2017 – Geneva (AM) "Window of opportunity" closing on non-communicable diseases, warns WHO
Today's Features

Countries take stock of UN declaration on refugees, migrants


One year ago, the world met in New York to underscore the need to protect millions of people fleeing…

20 Sep 2017 / Listen /

Nuclear test ban represents "low hanging fruit" to stop proliferation

Lassina Zerbo, Executive Secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), speaks to the press on the recent nuclear test by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and its detection by the monitoring system of the CTBTO. UN Photo/Kim Haughton

Making a nuclear weapons test ban treaty a reality represents "low hanging fruit" in the effort towards halting rising…

20 Sep 2017 / Listen /

UN and EU partner to stamp out violence against women

European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica. PHOTO: Alban Mendes de Leon

A concrete plan to fight violence against women and girls demands recognizing its various forms in regions across the…

20 Sep 2017 / Listen /

Time to repair "a world in pieces" and create peace: UN chief


"We are a world in pieces" that needs instead to become a "world at peace." The words of the…

19 Sep 2017 / Listen /

Burundi violence “might be crimes against humanity”


Torture, rape and arbitrary detention in Burundi may amount to crimes against humanity, UN-appointed experts told the Human Rights…

19 Sep 2017 / Listen /
Displaced people "really want to go home": UN South Sudan envoy Economically empowered women essential for stronger economies: ITC Countries support UN reform pledge UN chief convenes high-level meeting on sexual abuse South Sudan female commander heads new hospital project Lifesaving aid reaches displaced inside Myanmar
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People in Houses

Princess Grace of Monaco stars in this drama about the life of refugees in Europe.   Duration: 28’46″…

24 Dec 2015 / Listen /

Declaration of Human Rights by Eleanor Roosevelt


In this historic audio, listen to Eleanor Roosevelt – diplomat, activist and former First Lady of the United States – read from…

15 Apr 2015 / Listen /
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