UN agencies begin registering asylum-seekers at US-Mexico border |

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According to the agencies involved, an initial group could be allowed to enter the US this week, pending approval by authorities there.  In a...

Pandemic recovery presents historic opportunity to ensure human rights for all:...

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The UN chief addressed ambassadors exactly one year after he issued a Call to Action for Human Rights, a seven-point blueprint aimed at...

Supermodel Natalia Vodianova joins UNFPA to tackle stigma and advance women’s...

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“For too long, society’s approach to menstruation and women’s health has been defined by taboo and stigma”, said Ms. Vodianova, stressing that the...

Climate crisis and economic shocks leave millions food insecure across Central...

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According to WFP, the economic crisis caused by COVID-19 pandemic and years of extreme climate events have left almost 8 million people in...

World risks ‘collapse of everything’ without strong climate action, Attenborough warns...

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Climate shocks such as record high temperatures and a “new normal” of wildfires, floods and droughts, are not only damaging the natural environment,...

UN rights experts call for US to address ongoing violations at...

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This should include investigating alleged torture and other ill-treatment at the facility, which was set up to house foreign terrorist suspects in the...

First wave of COVID-19 vaccine syringes start journey to Maldives |

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The shipment is part of “the first wave” of syringes and safety boxes organised by the agency, which over the next few weeks,...

Haiti needs ‘democratic renewal’ top UN representative tells Security Council |

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Helen Meagher La Lime, Head of the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH), told the Security Council – meeting via video-teleconference - that the...

UN stands ready to support relief, in aftermath of deadly India...

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UN humanitarians and partners are working hard to assist the people of Bangladesh and India suffering from the impact of Cyclone Amphan, which...

FROM THE FIELD: Teaching Chad’s scientists of the future |

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A pilot study in the city of Bol in Chad, which has suffered the effects of cross-border terrorism over many years, has shown...

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