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Kors and Nyong’o: Food, fashion and film join forces at UN, for the ...

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New York: For the seventh year in a row, fashion mogul and UN Goodwill Ambassador Michael Kors, launched his Watch Hunger Stop campaign on Monday - an initiative that supports the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) in its work to feed schoolchildren around the world.
UN Security Council calls for South Sudan leaders to speed up action on peace deal
New York: In a visit to South Sudan this past weekend, members of the UN Security Council urged leaders to expedite implementation of a 2018 peace agreement aimed at ending six years of ongoing conflict.
Companies ‘failing’ to address offline harm incited by online hate: UN expert
New York: States and companies are “failing” when it comes to combating online hate, the UN independent rights expert, or Special Rapporteur, on freedom of speech and expression said on Monday, ahead of the launch of a landmark report to reinforce legal standards for internet spaces.
UN rights chief urges ‘immediate dialogue’ to end Chile unrest
New York/IBNS: The top UN human rights official is calling for politicians and civil society in Chile to engage in “immediate dialogue” to resolve the deadly crisis which has gripped the nation in recent days.
More than 90 per cent of Africa migrants would make perilous Europe journey again, despite...
New York: A landmark UN migration study published on Monday shows that 93 per cent of Africans making the journey to European countries along irregular routes, would do it again, despite facing often life-threatening danger.
Saudi embassy evacuates 132 Saudi citizens from Lebanon
Beirut (Xinhua/UNI) The Saudi Embassy in Lebanon announced on Sunday that it has evacuated 132 Saudi citizens from Lebanon to date, the National News Agency reported.
Two wounded in shooting in Ottawa
Ottawa (Xinhua/UNI) Two men were wounded in a shooting in the western part of Canadian capital city of Ottawa Sunday morning, according to Ottawa Police.
Death toll from riots in Chile rises to 10: local authorities
Santiago (Sputnik/UNI) Ten people have died in Chile amid ongoing violent riots, most of whom were victims of fires in shopping centers, according to local authorities.
PM Boris Johnson has the numbers in Commons to pass Brexit deal: Raab
London/IBNS: Despite receiving initial jolt on Saturday, the British government said it will push ahead with efforts to pass its Brexit deal in Parliament.
Global economy: ‘we must do everything possible’ to avoid global ‘fracture’ caused...
New York: Tensions around global trade and technology continue to rise and the international community needs to “do everything possible” to prevent the world being split into two competing spheres, led by the United States and China.
British PM Boris Johnson faces Brexit vote setback in Parliament
London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a major jolt related to the Brexit issue as he was defeated in a crunch Commons vote on Saturday.
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