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Warming oceans, depleting sea life and plastic pollution are on the agenda for next week's ocean summit at the United Nations, which will call for urgent action to improve the health of the oceans, while also creating jobs and raising people out of poverty.2 June Côte d’Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Kuwait, Peru, Poland elected to UN Security Council FEATURE: UN Ocean Conference ‘dream come true’ for Caribbean nations such as Trinidad and Tobago UN agencies urge aid for cyclone-hit communities in Bangladesh, Myanmar Over 40 migrants die of thirst in the Sahara, signalling ‘broadening death trap,’ warns UN agency UN Security Council adds individuals and groups to DPR Korea sanctions list In final Security Council briefing, UN envoy hails Ivoirians for turning page on conflict to a peaceful future UN will work with Colombian Government and FARC-EP on extended weapons hand-in deadline UN rights chief calls for probe into protestor deaths in Bahrain Afghanistan: UN Mission urges restraint amid ongoing violent protests in Kabul UN poised to open summit on world's oceans; outcome will 'call for action' on ocean health Green economy is 'the economy of the future,' says UN chief, urging commitment to climate action Thousands of Nigeria's returning refugees need humanitarian assistance – UN refugee agency Iraq: UN refugee agency sounds alarm for more support as fighting continues in Mosul Urgent aid needed for over 9,000 children fleeing violence in DR Congo to Angola – UNICEF Cholera cases in Yemen may reach 130,000 in two weeks, UNICEF warns 1 June Local solutions, people-centred health systems key to ending AIDS epidemic – UN deputy chief UN urges aid for civilians swept up in Central African Republic’s ‘new spiral of escalating violence’ ‘Beginning of end for rogue fishing,’ says UN agency as more States back landmark treaty UN chief appoints Jan Beagle of New Zealand as Under-Secretary-General for Management US decision to withdraw from Paris climate accord a 'major disappointment' – UN With innovative strategy, UN health agency launches new offensive against vector-borne diseases UN human rights chief urges repeal of repressive NGO law in Egypt UNICEF urges Governments to close data gaps on vulnerable children in residential care 31 May Slovak Foreign Minister elected as President of 72nd session of the General Assembly ‘Warning signs are flashing’ in crisis-torn Central African Republic, warns senior UN official Act before time runs out, urges UNICEF, as Yemen grapples with ‘unprecedented’ cholera outbreak Key trends for infrastructure development and industrialization in spotlight at special UN meeting Constraints on movement in occupied territory at root of Palestinian hardship – UN report UN condemns terrorist attack in Kabul, underscores need to protect civilians UN Standing Police Capacity: 10 years of rapid assistance to peace operations 30 May Do not stand silent while Syrian parties use starvation, fear as ‘methods of war,’ urges UN aid chief UN atomic energy agency looks to boost ongoing contribution to sustainable development Sri Lanka: UN agency deploys rapid assessment teams to assist in wake of monsoon floods, landslides Climate action 'a necessity and an opportunity,' says UN chief, urging world to rally behind Paris accord ‘We are not close’ to urgently needed peace deal in Yemen, UN envoy tells Security Council DR Congo approves Ebola vaccine to counter outbreak; UN-trained volunteers to educate local populations Perpetrators of attack in Baghdad during Ramadan must be held accountable – UN chief Libya: UN ramps up cooperation to help hundreds of thousands of desperate refugees and migrants FEATURE: ‘Grandpa Oyster’ offers example of sustainable ocean business Tobacco’s killer toxins also wreak havoc on the environment, UN health agency warns Recent tragedies at sea highlight urgency for safe pathways to Europe – UN refugee agency Central African Republic: Amid fresh violence, UN rallies support for displaced 29 May UN risk reduction forum in Cancun closes with call to harness data Countries signed to UN-brokered illegal fishing treaty meet for first time With 'blue helmets' in harm's way every day, peacekeeping reforms and resources needed – UN chief 26 May Kosovo: UN to create trust fund, following panel report on alleged rights violations by mission UN envoy warns of dire crisis as Gaza faces power cuts, gallons of raw sewage pouring into the sea FEATURE: UN-backed projects in the Caribbean highlight connection between life on land and life below water ‘All refugees want to go home someday’ – UNHCR spokesperson and author Melissa Fleming Libya: UN envoy calls on rival groups to immediately halt violence in Tripoli UN strongly condemns terrorist attack in Egypt Some 10,000 people fleeing west Mosul every day, UN migration agency warns Fresh violence empties city in Central African Republic; senior UN official urges more aid Civilians in Syria must be spared from anti-ISIL airstrikes – UN rights chief 25 May With focus on natural disasters, UN risk reduction forum opens in Mexico Attacks on hospitals and medical staff ‘symptoms of grave disregard’ for international law – UN chief On Africa Day, UN chief says world must move from ‘managing crises to preventing them’ UNICEF urges G7 leaders to adopt six-point action plan to keep refugee children safe Formal trade in Africa can improve region, prospects for women – UN agency reports 24 May Yemen: UN envoy raises concern over attack on his convoy during visit to Sana’a South Sudan: ‘Fighting must stop now’ so millions can be spared from famine, say UN agency chiefs Preserving cultural heritage, diversity vital for peacebuilding in Middle East – UNESCO chief UN rights chief concerned about health of Palestinian hunger strikers in Israel jails ‘All roads should lead to universal healthcare,’ says new WHO chief Top UN official in South Sudan urges Security Council to advance ‘common strategy’ on political process Violence in North Africa, Middle East puts health of 24 million children in jeopardy – UNICEF Marking International Day, UN honours dedication and service of peacekeepers Senior UN official appeals for aid to stop 'unprecedented' spread of cholera in Yemen DR Congo: 400,000 children in Greater Kasai at risk of severe acute malnutrition, UNICEF warns 23 May New secure Internet app aids UN peacekeeping maintain and share statistics Samples from alleged chemical attacks in Syria reveal evidence of sulfur mustard, sarin – UN official FEATURE: "We invest in peace" UN resilience ‘scorecard’ to help cities curb disaster losses from climate change, other risk drivers Two UN ‘blue helmets’ killed in attack in northern Mali Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom elected to top UN health post One year after humanitarian summit, UN stresses reforms to put people ‘at heart’ of decision-making With funding ‘down to a trickle,’ UN agency renews warning over Burundi refugees INTERVIEW: Achieving global development goals ‘inconceivable’ without reducing disaster risk, stresses UN official UN chief, Security Council strongly condemn terrorist attack on Manchester concert Despite progress, life for children in Myanmar's remote areas remains a struggle, UNICEF warns On International Day, UN agency urges 'hope, healing, dignity' for fistula sufferers 22 May Security Council strongly condemns ballistic missile test by DPR Korea In final address, UN health chief urges world body to ‘remember the people’ behind the facts and figures UN forum aims to ensure 'promises made are promises kept' on financing for development UN refugee agency ramps up response as Libya’s humanitarian crisis deepens Syria: Amid 'promising' diplomatic steps, UN envoy says hostilities continue on the ground Persistent persecution of Bahá’í in Yemen ‘unacceptable,’ and must stop, says UN expert On Day for Biological Diversity, UN says tourists must protect nature that draws them Climate-vulnerable islands in spotlight ahead of UN disaster risk reduction forum in Mexico It is in this context that Jean-Pierre Lacroix took up his post as the new Under-Secretary General for Peacekeeping Operations at the beginning of April.
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