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COTE D’IVOIRE / OPERATION TRANSPORT

A dozen vehicles leave Abidjan this morning as ONUCI begins the transport of the voters’ lists throughout the country. ONUCI

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UN / EMMA THOMPSON

The Dag Hammarskjöld Scholarship Fund for Journalists honors Academy Award winner Emma Thompson and presents its Inspiration Award to psychotherapist Helen Bamber. Both women have been active in campaigns against human trafficking. UNTV / FILE

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UN / CIVILIANS IN ARMED CONFLICT

The Security Council unanimously adopts a resolution urging parties involved in armed conflicts to take all measures to ensure the protection of civilians. UNTV / FILE

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GENEVA / RUSSIA GEORGIA TALKS

Fresh talks are underway in Geneva between Russia and Georgia to discuss the issues between the two countries. UNTV

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KOSOVO / WATER

Kosovo, still recovering from the civil conflict in 1999 which destroyed much of its infrastructure – is tapping the World Bank’s Post Conflict Fund to help some of the worst hit communities to rebuild and mange their own water supplies. WORLD BANK

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MALI / VENEMAN

According to a new UNICEF report, the number of malnourished people worldwide has surpassed one billion and is a factor in one third of all under five deaths. UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman visits Mali, where one in five children do not survive to see their fifth birthday.UNICEF

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SUDAN / WFP AIRDROP

The UN World Food Programme (WFP) begins an airlift operation to provide food for over 150,000 people living in areas that cannot be accessed by road in Sudan’s ten southern states. The region is plagued by tribal violence, high food prices and poor harvests induced by drought. UNMIS

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