UN News Updates – 11 January 2018

11 January 2018 – UN News Headlines at a Glance

10 January 2018

Tragic start to New Year for migrants as hundreds feared dead in Mediterranean – UN

Colombia: Reintegrating 14,000 ex-combatants remains a challenge, Security Council told

Syria: UN rights chief condemns spike in civilian casualties in ‘de-escalation’ areas

Darfur: Displacement slows but returns remain difficult, warns UN peacekeeping chief

Taking on environmental health risks, UN agencies aim to protect ‘foundations for life’ on Earth

UN regional forum for Latin America and Caribbean marks 70th anniversary

At UN, universities spotlight hands-on approach to integrating refugees

9 January 2018

Rohingya children trapped in ‘appalling’ conditions in Myanmar’s Rakhine state – UNICEF

UN refugee agency urges Israel to halt forced relocation of African asylum seekers

As Syria war grinds on, Syrian refugees in Lebanon are becoming poorer, more vulnerable – UN

UN chief welcomes progress on inter-Korean talks as vital to reducing tensions in region

Brinkmanship, lack of compromise will only deepen DR Congo political crisis, Security Council told

8 January 2018

PODCAST: ‘UN can save the world’ say veteran staffer, still passionate for peace at 90

Syria: 13 million people in desperate need as seventh war-torn winter sets in, UN warns

Millions of children across Somalia vaccinated against measles in UN-backed campaign


ICR Staff Reporter

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