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10:06 Xinhua Asia-Pacific News Summary T 0600 GMT, Oct. 22
- Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced on Wednesday that her country will provide an additional 15 million AU dollars (13.1 million U.S. dollars) for life-saving assistance to people in Iraq and Syria through the United Nations and other agencies. An estimated 16 million people.
22.10.2014
19:48 Un Chief, World Bank President To Visit Ethiopia Next Week
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim will visit Ethiopia on Monday for a two day visit, an African diplomat has said.
21.10.2014
18:13 Journalists And Writers Foundation To Hold Peace Conference At UN
The Journalists and Writers Foundation (GYV), a Turkish institution having consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), will hold a peace conference in Geneva on Friday. The first peace conference, titled “Mobilizing Civil Society for Building Peace,” will be hel...
21.10.2014
16:51 Nigeria's National Team Coach Upbeat For AFCON 2015
Despite a slim chance of qualifying for next year's African Cup Of Nations tournament, interim coach of Nigeria's senior national team Shuaib Amodu said he is optimistic the West African country would be among 16 teams that will participate in the competition. Shuaibu, who took up the challenge to ...
21.10.2014
16:05
Iran Not To Withhold Any Support For Iraqi Nation-Rouhani Iran Not To Withhold Any Support For Iraqi Nation-Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani reiterated that Iran would withhold no support for Iraqi nation.
21.10.2014
12:36 Ebola Outbreak Grinds Economy In Sierra Leone Almost To A Standstill
The Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone is impacting food security in the country as the economy slows down due to the threat of spreading the virus. Markets are suffering and the availability of goods and food stuffs is shrinking.In Sierra Leone, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is involved...
21.10.2014
11:06 United Nations To Examine Human Rights In US: UN Rapporteur
The United Nations will examine human rights in the United States, and will continue monitoring the situation in Detroit, UN Special rapporteur on the human right to water and sanitation Catarina de Albuquerque stated.“There are several mechanisms, they are not blue helmets, there will not be troops...
21.10.2014
08:49
Iran, Armenia Face Bright Prospects In Mutual Ties - Rouhani Iran, Armenia Face Bright Prospects In Mutual Ties - Rouhani
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani called for using all of the existing capacity to expand relations between Iranian and Armenian governments and nations, the official website of the Islamic Republic’s president reported.
21.10.2014
16:18 Funeral Of Red Shirt Leader Puts Thai Junta On Edge
Funeral of party figure who died in exile turns into anti coup protest when mourners cheer on overthrown PM Yingluck.
20.10.2014
15:17
EU, China Settle Long-Running Telecoms Row EU, China Settle Long-Running Telecoms Row
The European Union has said it's been able to end a protracted trade row with China, concerning the Asian nation's telecoms exports to the bloc. Brussels said any punitive action was now off the table. EU Trade Commissioner Karel de Gucht confirmed Monday the 28-member European Union had dropped a t...
20.10.2014
15:00
Iran's Top Official Says Tehran Ready To Work With UN In Fight Against ISIL Iran's Top Official Says Tehran Ready To Work With UN In Fight Against ISIL
The Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said that Tehran is ready to cooperate with the United Nations in fight against IS terrorist group.
20.10.2014
13:48 Ethiopia Football Federation Denies Bid To Hire Keshi
The Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) on Monday refuted media reports that it was considering hiring former Nigerian coach Stephen Keshi in an effort to salvage its campaign to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
20.10.2014
13:27
Kazakhstan, Mauritius Establish Diplomatic Relations Kazakhstan, Mauritius Establish Diplomatic Relations
The Permanent Representatives of Kazakhstan and Mauritius to the United Nations Kairat Abdrakhmanov and Milan Jaya Nyamrajsingh Meetarbhan signed a joint communique on the establishment of the diplomatic relations between the two countries in New York.
20.10.2014
10:42 23.59 Hours At A Deserted Train Station, Anywhere
Perceptions matter. And in what light a nation is perceived by another country is often the result of how politicians present it to their audience, i.e., the electorate.
20.10.2014
10:38 Turkey's Unraveling Kurdish Policy
Turkey's nation-building history in the 20th century always considered Kurdish ethnicity and nationalism as existential threats. Multiculturalism or federalism in a Turkish-Kurdish framework were dangerous propositions for Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and the Kemalist founding fathers. As a result, assimil...
20.10.2014
16:03 Algeria Accuses Morocco Of 'Fabricating' Border Shooting
The Algerian Foreign Ministry has accused Morocco of "fabricating" a shooting incident on the border between the two nations, which Rabat said left a civilian badly injured.
19.10.2014
11:04 US And Allies Condemn Libya Violence
Five nations call for an immediate cessation of hostilities which claimed dozens of lives.
19.10.2014
12:39 Turkey's Perception Gap
Late Thursday night, Turkey did not manage to win a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council for the years 2015-2016. Despite heavy lobbying, Turkey lost out to Spain.
18.10.2014
12:07
Cooperation Between Uzbekistan, UNDP Productive – President Cooperation Between Uzbekistan, UNDP Productive – President
Uzbek President Islam Karimov said that the country productively cooperates with the United Nations in general and in particular with the United Nations Development Programme.
18.10.2014
09:51 UNSC Failure A Strong Message To Turkey On Its Faulty Foreign Policy
Turkey's failure to secure a non-permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) election, with a mere 60 votes out of 193 countries this year, has indicated an erosion of Turkey's international standing, as well as relaying a strong message of the disapproval of the country's foreign p...
18.10.2014

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