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Damascus: sabotage and denying water is a "war crime", said UN Special Adviser for Syria
Description: United Nations - The Special Adviser to the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Jan Egeland pointed to the need to have access in Damascus, where some 5.5 million have had their water cut off, adding that the acts of sabotaging and denying water is a "war crime".
  05 Jan 2017   1m20s 14 420 0

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25 million children live without education in war zones
Description: According to the United Nations Children's Fund 22 per cent of children between 6 and 15 years old living in warzones are driven away from schools because of conflict and violence.
  24 Apr 2017   50s 1 25 0
Indigenous Forum - Together We Achieve
Description: United Nations - Indigenous Peoples of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: measures taken to implement the Declaration. UN Stories: Indigenous Forum - Together We Achieve
  24 Apr 2017   1m31s 1 67 0
UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - Press Conference
Description: Speakers include: Mariam Wallet Aboubakrine, Chair of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (Mali); Aura Leticia Teleguario Sincal, Minister of Labour and Social Welfare (Guatemala); and Willie Littlechild, a Cree chief (Canada).
  24 Apr 2017   58m4s 4 77 0
Urgent funding needed for Yemen and other topics (Daily Briefing April 24, 2017)
Description: Daily Press Briefing: Switzerland, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Children, UNCTAD, World Bank, World Jewish Congress, Message to Staff, Michael Williams, Press Events, Honour Roll. Highlights of the Daily Press Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary General. HIGHLIGHTS -CONFLICT PREVENTION TOPS SECRETARY-GENERAL’S TALKS WITH SWISS FOREIGN MINISTER -SECRETARY-GENERAL TO SPOTLIGHT URGENT NEED FOR FUNDING FOR YEMEN, WORLD’S LARGEST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS -U.N. VOICES DEEP CONCERN OVER SAFETY OF 400,000 PEOPLE IN SYRIA’S RAQQA -IRAQ: CIVLIANS CONTINUE TO FLEE CONFLICT-WRACKED WEST MOSUL – U.N. -AFGHAN DETAINEES STILL FACE TORTURE – U.N. REPORT -U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICIAL WARNS LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY ONE OF SOUTH SUDAN’S BIGGEST CHALLENGES -NEARLY ONE QUARTER OF CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOLS IN CONFLICT ZONES, NEW U.N.I.C.E.F. REPORT FINDS -U.N. STUDY UNVEILS RISING CONCERNS OVER LACK OF INTERNET PRIVACY -SECRETARY-GENERAL SIGNS PACT WITH WORLD GROUP TO TACKLE POVERTY, PROMOTE PROSPERITY -SECRETARY-GENERAL VOWS TO BE ON FRONTLINES IN STRUGGLE AGAINST ANTISEMITISM -IN LETTER TO STAFF, SECRETARY-GENERAL VOICES DETERMINATION TO DELIVER RESULTS WITH EFFICIENCY, EFFECTIVENESS -U.N. MOURNS DEATH OF FORMER LEBANON ENVOY -TURKEY BECOMES 88TH U.N. MEMBER STATE TO PAY DUES IN FULL
  24 Apr 2017   22m17s 4 139 0
WHO: Viral hepatitis is a global health problem and requires an urgent response
Description: New WHO data reveal that an estimated 325 million people worldwide are living with chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) or hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.
  21 Apr 2017   1m6s 12 353 0
The Week in Review - 21 April 2017
Description: Top stories from UN News, during the week of 17 - 21 April 2017, featuring: strengthened partnership between the UN and the African Union on peace and security; rallying financial support for sustainable development, and controlling neglected tropical diseases. Read related stories on UN News: http://www.un.org/news/
  21 Apr 2017   1m27s 11 510 0
The Week Ahead - starting from 24 April 2017
Description: Highlights of UN events during the week of 24 April 2017, including the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, High-level Pledging Event for the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen, World Malaria Day and more. #WeAreIndigenous #UNPFII16
  21 Apr 2017   1m4s 6 178 0
World Bank and other topics (Daily Briefing April 21, 2017)
Description: Daily Press Briefing: United States, World Bank, World Jewish Congress, Somalia, DR Congo, Lebanon, Syria, Migration, Hepatitis, Mother Earth Day, Press Conferences Monday, Honour Roll Highlights of the Daily Press Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary General. HIGHLIGHTS -SECRETARY-GENERAL MEETS PRESIDENT TRUMP AND U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR -AT WORLD BANK MEETING, SECRETARY-GENERAL HIGHLIGHTS NEED TO INVEST IN PREVENTION -SECRETARY-GENERAL TO ADDRESS WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS PLENARY ASSEMBLY -U.N. AGENCY AIR-LIFTS LIFE-SAVING SUPPLIES TO PEOPLE STRUCK BY DROUGHT IN SOMALIA -VIOLENCE IN KASAI FORCES 11,000 CONGOLESE TO FLEE TO ANGOLA – U.N. REFUGEE AGENCY -HEAD OF U.N. MISSION COMMENDS LEBANESE PRIME MINISTER FOR COMMITMENT TO CEASEFIRE -SYRIA: U.N., PARTNERS DELIVER AID FOR 33,500 PEOPLE IN HARD-TO-REACH VILLAGES IN HOMS -OVER 150 CHILDREN HAVE DIED CROSSING THE CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN IN 2017 - UNICEF -MOST PEOPLE LIVING WITH HEPATITIS B AND C LACK ACCESS TO TREATMENT – U.N. HEALTH AGENCY -GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMEMORATES MOTHER EARTH DAY - INDIA AND PORTUGAL PAY FULL U.N. DUES
  21 Apr 2017   26m41s 4 213 0
Multilingualism and the UN
Description: United Nations - One world, many languages. Adhoc: Multilingualism and the UN
  21 Apr 2017   1m30s 44 1088 0
Inquiry on Syria - Security Council Stakeout (21 April 2017)
Description: Informal comments to the media by Mr. Paulo Pinheiro, Chairman of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Syria, and Ms. Karen Abuzayd, Commissioner of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Syria, on the situation in Syria.
  21 Apr 2017   13m19s 11 571 0
Violence in DRC's Kasai region sends thousands fleeing to Angola
Description: Continued fighting between rebels and Government forces in the Greater Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has caused over 11,000 Congolese to flee to neighbouring Angola, said the UN refugees agency.
  21 Apr 2017   1m41s 3 118 0
UN envoy calls for stronger 'voices of moderation' in the Middle East
Description: UN envoy Nickolay Mladenov reiterates call for "surge in diplomacy for peace," during his briefing to the Security Council on the situation in the Middle East. He underscores need for collective international action and for strengthening multilateral approaches, cooperation and religious tolerance. Read more on UN News: http://bit.ly/2o8DKJd
  20 Apr 2017   1m9s 7 286 0