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- Egypt’s Parliament Moves to Extend Presidential Term Limits
- FACT CHECK: Declaring Emergency for Wall Not So Ordinary
- US Military Denies Taking Part in Raid on Al-Qaida Site in Libya
- Desk Review of Shelter and NFI Studies in Libya (December 2018)
- Supreme Commander of Libyan Army appoints Chief of General Staff
I would like to thank the chair (Ms. Marielle de Sarnez) for hosting this meeting. I am pleased to be here in Paris and have opportunity to meet MPs, after previous bilateral exchanges in New-York.
Presentation of the 2030 Agenda…Read more
With the security situation in Darfur remaining largely stable, now was the time for the United Nations — in partnership with the African Union — to closely couple the drawdown of its hybrid peacekeeping mission in the Sudanese province with …Read more
The Secretary-General is deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life and significant damage caused by the El Fuego volcano, which erupted yesterday in Guatemala.
He extends his sincere condolences to the families of the victims and to the Government …Read more
The Secretary-General participated this morning in a wreath-laying ceremony in honour of the women and men who lost their lives while serving United Nations Peacekeeping.
Since UN Peacekeeping opened its first mission 70 years ago, more than 3,700 military, police …Read more
The Secretary-General is in Mopti today, in Central Mali, where he visited the G5 Sahel Camp and met with religious and community leaders.
The Secretary-General stressed the great suffering that the people of Mali have been through over the past …Read more
The following is a near-verbatim transcript of today’s noon briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary‑General.
First of all, a reminder: the Secretary‑General, accompanied by the Deputy Secretary‑General, is convening today the fourteenth Seminar for …Read more
Calming the ever-volatile security situation in Mali hinged on a long-term plan matched with predictable funding that would consolidate fragile gains and allow international forces to tackle the spread of terrorism and transnational organized crime which was spreading across borders …Read more