Liberia prepares to turn a page as UN mission exits
New York, Mar 24: As the United Nations peacekeeping mission warps up in Liberia and the West African country looks to secure a stable future, the UN deputy chief on Fridaycautioned the Government that while it has made great strides, the road ahead will be challenging. Read more>>
France: Security forces kill Trèbes supermarket gunman

Paris, Mar 23: Security forces have gunned down the suspect who took hostages at a supermarket in Trèbes town of France on Friday, media reports said.

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Lake Chad Basin: Areas reclaimed from Boko Haram must be stabilized, Security Council told

New York, Mar 23: It is critical to shore up areas of Africa’s Lake Chad Basin freed from the grip of Boko Haram, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General told the Security Council on Thursday, as she also called for efforts to rebuild the lives of women and girls that have suffered at the hands of the terrorist group.

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UN agency envoy Cate Blanchett warns of ‘race against time’ as Rohingya refugee camps brace for monsoon rains

New York, Mar 22: As heavy rains and potential cyclones threaten more than one hundred thousand Rohingya refugees living in congested settlements in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar, United Nations refugee agency envoy Cate Blanchett is urging increased international support to protect them from the worst impacts of the upcoming monsoon season.

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Austin bombings suspect killed, says police

New York, Apr 21: A suspected man, who was associated with several bombing incident in US city of Austin, was killed in an explosion inside his car as authorities closed in, media reports said on Wednesday.

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Thousands suffering amid harrowing conditions in east Ghouta and Afrin – UN

New York, Mar 20: The United Nations in Syria is appealing urgently for help to ease the catastrophic situation for tens for thousands of people impacted by fighting in Eastern Ghouta, outside Damascus, and the northern town of Afrin.

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Uber suspends self-driving car tests after fatal accident in US

Tempe, Mar 20: Following a fatal accident in Tempe, popular app-based Taxi service Uber has suspended its self-driving car tests in all North American cities, media reports said on Tuesday.

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