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UN tells Israel, Palestinians to stop unilateral actions

UN chief Ban Ki-moon urged Israel and the Palestinians on Tuesday to move away from unilateral actions.


Sartaj Aziz speaks to UN chief; raises Kashmir issue

The call to Ban was part of Pakistan’s attempts to raise the Kashmir issue on international forums.

UN rejects Pak bid for intervention in Kashmir

In the letter to Ban, Aziz said Pakistan believes the UN has an important role to play in promoting the objective of peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue, including through his “good offices”.


UN Chief Ban Ki-moon to visit Gaza on Tuesday

I will visit Gaza on Tuesday to listen directly to the people of Gaza, he informed reporters in Cairo


Israel complains to UN chief over Gaza probe

Israel has strongly opposed the commission’s probe, the results of which will be published in March 2015.


Modi meets UN chief, refers to Sharif’s remarks on Kashmir

Sharif had needled India and said that more than six decades ago, the UN had passed resolutions to hold a plebiscite in J&K.


UN chief, actor Leonardo DiCaprio join thousands at rally on climate change

Speaking to journalists after walking in the rally, Ban said the world needs to “galvanize our action” and harness the people’s “power to change.”


Yemen government signs peace deal with Shiites

The agreement calls for an immediate cease-fire and the formation of a technocratic government within a month


PM Modi to talk about ending open defecation at global festival

Organisers of the Global Citizen Festival said Modi will be attending the event on September 27.

Ban cited the return of the Palestinian Authority to Gaza, the lifting of the blockade and addressing Israel's security concerns as key to avoiding a relapse into war.  (Source: Reuters)

UN chief Ban Ki-moon hopes Gaza ceasefire will lead to peace talks

The UN chief also urged the sides to address the root causes of the crisis.


UN chief Ban Ki-moon asks India-Pakistan to resolve issues through peaceful talks

There have been 21 ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops in less than a fortnight and 23 in August.


Massive deaths and destruction in Gaza has shamed the world: UN chief

Ban urged the international community to support the enormous task of rebuilding Gaza.

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UN welcomes 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza

It was the third deadly attack by Israeli military on a UN school sheltering Palestinians during the conflict that started on July 8.


UN school in Gaza caught in cross-fire; 15 killed

Palestinian officials blamed Israel for the shelling on UN school but Israeli military denied the claim.


UN to recognise all same-sex marriages of staffers

The world body will recognise all same-sex couples married in a country where it is legal, regardless of their nationality.