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Obama signs bill aimed at blocking Iran's UN envoy

Obama signs bill aimed at blocking Iran's UN envoy

19 Apr 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has signed legislation aimed at denying US visa to new Iranian envoy to United Nations, Hamid Aboutalebi, because of his ties to the 1979 takeover of the American embassy in Tehran.

barack obama,   US visa,   Hamid Aboutalebi,   Iran's UN envoy,   George Bush,   united nations,  
 UN chief expresses deep concern over deteriorating situation in east Ukraine

UN chief expresses deep concern over deteriorating situation in east Ukraine

14 Apr 2014

United Nations: UN chief Ban Ki-moon has expressed deep concern over the deteriorating situation in eastern Ukraine, cautioning that further disturbances in the region has the ‘potential’ to spark violent clashes, even as the Security Council held an emergency meeting on the crisis.

Ban Ki-moon,   UN chief,   United Nations,   Ukraine,   Ukraine crisis ,  
World Health Day to be celebrated on 7th April

World Health Day to be celebrated on 7th April

04 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The World Health Day is celebrated globally on April 7 every year under the sponsorship of World Health Organization (WHO).

World Health Day,   April 7,   World Health Day celebration,   World Health Organization,   WHO,   United Nations,  
 Don’t release Italian marines even if UN intervenes, Chandy urges Centre

Don’t release Italian marines even if UN intervenes, Chandy urges Centre

22 Mar 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has urged the Centre not to release the Italian marines accused of murdering Indian fishermen, even if United Nations intervened.

Oommen Chandy,   Italian marines,   Fishermen killing,   Kerala Chief Minister,   United Nations,   Manmohan Singh,   UN General Assembly ,  
US court dismisses Devyani's indictment in visa fraud case

US court dismisses Devyani's indictment in visa fraud case

13 Mar 2014

New York: In a major relief to Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, a US court has granted her motion to dismiss the indictment on visa fraud charges, saying she had full diplomatic immunity when the indictment was returned against her on January 9.

Devyani Khobragade,   visa fraud case,   diplomatic immunity,   Indian diplomat,   united nations,   united states,   Preet Bharara,  
2013 proves a milestone for <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong>

2013 proves a milestone for United Nations

27 Dec 2013

United Nations: The year 2013 turned out to be a milestone for the United Nations, as after years of inertia, it found diplomatic solutions to two major issues - Syrian chemical weapons and Iran's contested nuclear programme - but the brazen killing of peacekeepers, including Indians, highlighted complex challenges faced by the world body.

United Nations,   year ender,   United Nations 2013,   2013,   United Nations year ender,  
Sri Lanka accuses UN human rights chief Navi Pillay of bias

Sri Lanka accuses UN human rights chief Navi Pillay of bias

25 Feb 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka on Tuesday accused United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay of bias after she made public a report calling for an international investigation in the country of the post-civil war scenario.

Sri Lanka,   United Nations,   United Nations High Commissioner for Human rights,   Navi Pillay,   civil war,   Sri Lanka civil war ,  
UN for diplomatic solution to Ukraine crisis

UN for diplomatic solution to Ukraine crisis

05 Mar 2014

United Nations: UN Deputy Secretary General Jan Eliasson on Tuesday stressed the need for a diplomatic solution to the ongoing Ukraine crisis in his meetings with the country's acting leaders, said a UN spokesman.

Jan Eliasson,   United Nations,   Martin Nesirky,   attack on Ukraine,   political condition in Ukraine,  
UN resumes food supply to Palestinian refugees in Syria

UN resumes food supply to Palestinian refugees in Syria

21 Feb 2014

United Nations: UN agency for Palestinian refugees has resumed its food distribution to Palestinians at Yarmouk camp in Damascus, following after an 11-day hiatus, a UN spokesman said on Thursday.

Palestinian refugees,   Syria,   united nations,   food supply,   Yarmouk camp,  
UN rights boss seeks international probe into Sri Lanka war crimes

UN rights boss seeks international probe into Sri Lanka war crimes

25 Feb 2014

Geneva: United Nations' human rights chief Navi Pillay on Monday called for an international inquiry into war crimes committed by both sides during Sri Lanka's civil war, saying the government had failed to do its own credible investigation.

UN,   United Nations,   Sri Lanka,   Sri Lanka war crimes,   human rights in Sri Lanka,   LTTE,  

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