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# UN

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UN to review Ireland's record on human rights, conversion therapy and Traveller discrimination
UN environment body: World needs to cut emissions 7 times faster to stay within 1.5C warming
COP26: Finance takes centre stage on day three of climate conference
Coveney 'concerned' over Israel's labelling of Palestinian NGOs as terrorist organisations
UN warns countries’ carbon-cutting plans put world on course for 2.7C temperature rises
Myanmar torn by armed conflict and becoming a failed state, says UN envoy
Opinion: Cyber piracy has hurt Ireland this year - but we can affect change internationally
Sir Ivor Roberts
WHO chief apologises for sex abuse by staff in Democratic Republic of Congo
'I've been busy this week': Coveney says he's not met or spoken to Zappone while in New York
Boris Johnson makes call for ‘humanity to grow up’ and address climate problems in UN speech
Vietnam asks Taoiseach for assistance in sourcing Covid-19 vaccines
Biden to tell UN he does not believe in a 'new Cold war'
‘Credible evidence’ of Taliban reprisal killings, says UN human rights chief
Taoiseach 'has confidence' in Simon Coveney, says spokesperson
Ireland to keep focus on Afghanistan during presidency stint of the UN Security Council
Climate report: Scale of changes ‘unprecedented’ - but not too late to slow warming
Hunger will rise in 23 global hotspots in next three months, warns UN
Donohoe defends appointment of Zappone as UN special envoy for freedom of expression
UN expert criticises 'purge' of dissenting opinions in Belarus
Ireland, US and UK request UN Security Council meeting over war-torn Tigray
Independent 'fact-finding' probe launched into Belarus diverting Ryanair flight
First female Defence Forces officer achieves rank of Major General
UN is still waiting for proof that daughter of Dubai's ruler is still alive
UN asked to intervene over Ireland's response to 'systemic racism' in mother and baby homes
UN asked to request that Irish govt sets up independent investigation into Mother and Baby Homes
Eighteen people dead and journalist in police custody after Myanmar protests
Eight dead as boat carrying dozens of Rohingya breaks down at sea, UN says
Malcolm X's family demand new murder investigation following allegations of FBI involvement
Taoiseach says government will 'engage' with Mary Robinson over case of Dubai princess
Dubai royal family says princess being 'cared for at home' after UN demands proof of life
Myanmar's generals order access to Facebook be restricted as UN chief says coup must fail
UN warns that the world is facing 'catastrophic' warming
Ireland takes its seat on the UN Security Council
Ireland has second-highest quality of life in the world, according to the UN
UN chief urges world leaders to declare climate emergency
Coveney in Berlin tomorrow to mark handover of UN Security Council membership to Ireland
Irish Captain: 'Local mayors have to hold talks with a woman - that wouldn’t have happened a few years ago'
Climate change means more weather disasters every year, UN report warns
Global Covid-19 death toll passes one million - but the true figure is likely higher
Martin describes toll of Covid-19 on society ahead of address at UN General Assembly