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# UN

Last year
WHO makes official request to China for information on rise in illnesses and pneumonia clusters
Gas and oil industry faces ‘moment of truth’ ahead of COP28, report states
COP28 turns attention to potent methane emissions, as UN warns about rising temperatures
UN says Israeli strikes on Gaza refugee camp, the second in two days, could be war crimes
Israel accuses UN Secretary General of justifying terrorism with Hamas attack comment
Israeli UN ambassador calls for resignation of UN chief after rejecting ceasefire
Higgins says blocking of essential food is 'criminal' as aid trucks wait to cross into Gaza
The amount of dust in the air worsened in 2022, UN says
President Higgins hits out at ‘dysfunctional food systems’ in World Food Forum address in Rome
Israel orders 1.1 million to flee northern Gaza, as UN warns mass relocation 'impossible'
UN Security Council approves multi-national force to stabilise Haiti after year of pleas
More than 2,500 migrants dead or missing in Mediterranean in 2023
Poland halts weapon transfers to Ukraine amid diplomatic row over grain imports
Catherin Martin: President Higgins 'absolutely entitled' to his opinion on UN
Varadkar tells CNN that Ireland's fight for independence shows why nations should 'stand by' Ukraine
Taoiseach 'not afraid' to raise LGBT rights with world leaders rolling out draconian laws
President Higgins accuses UN of ‘losing credibility’ amid warning over climate change
Biden warns against appeasing Russia as Zelensky takes UN stage
Taoiseach tells UN ‘we are not where we would wish to be’ on Sustainable Development Goals
Nearly 4,000 dead after Libya floods and thousands more missing
UN progress report warns that the World is falling dangerously short of meeting climate goals
Four peacekeepers injured in attack in Cyprus
UN condemns 'heinous' Russian attack on Ukraine city
West African military chiefs prepare for possible armed intervention in Niger
41 migrants missing and feared dead after Mediterranean shipwreck last week
North Korea 'responds' to UN efforts to discuss detained American soldier Travis King
UN's cultural agency recommends putting Venice on heritage danger list
Russia urged to avert global food crisis at UN after pulling out of Black Sea grain deal
Sudan on brink of 'full-scale civil war', UN warns, as air raid kills 22 people
AI robots tell UN they could run the world: 'Together, we could achieve great things'
UN Security Council ends Mali peacekeeping mission at government's insistence
UN countries pledge $1.5 billion to save Sudan from humanitarian crisis
UN finds no progress on biases against women in a decade despite global rights movements
UN and AU call for calm in Senegal as violence continues after opposition leader's sentencing
WHO to expand support for farmers to grow food instead of tobacco
Fighting in Sudan has displaced more than 1.3 million people, says UN
Russia agrees two-month extension to deal allowing Ukrainian grain to be exported
UN chief slams Taliban over 'unprecedented' curbs on Afghan women's rights
Sudan conflict could force 800,000 people to flee, says UN
Close to 90 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as fears mount for current ceasefire