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# United Nations

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2023
President Higgins starts month of travel in Portugal, with climate change high on agenda
UN refugee agency rejects UK Home Secretary's comments about migration
Armenia urges UN to send mission to Karabakh to monitor rights and warns of ethnic cleansing
Niger leaders slam UN chief for General Assembly snub
Joe Biden asked Varadkar if there was any way he could help around UK's Legacy Bill issues
Zelenskyy calls on United Nations to strip Russia of Security Council veto power
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
Ireland deeply concerned about rise in violence towards LGBTI people 'at home and abroad', says Varadkar
Taoiseach tells UN ‘we are not where we would wish to be’ on Sustainable Development Goals
Aid arrives in flood-hit Libya, where at least 40,000 people are displaced
As Dáil returns, all three Coalition leaders head to New York for UN High-Level Week
Nearly 4,000 dead after Libya floods and thousands more missing
At least five dead in Khartoum air strikes
West African military chiefs prepare for possible armed intervention in Niger
Opinion: Is it time to ban smart phones in schools?
Dr Catherine Conlon
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
EU criticises Israel's use of force during Jenin raids, as UN refuses to retract condemnation
Yesterday was the world's hottest day ever on record
New approach needed to protect Irish and other peacekeepers from attack, top UN diplomat says
Debunked: No, a UN report doesn't call to decriminalise sex 'between adults and children'
Debunked: WEF hasn’t declared ‘water is not a human right’ or ordered governments to ration it
UN chief slams Taliban over 'unprecedented' curbs on Afghan women's rights
At least 12 suspected gang members stoned and burned alive in Haiti
United Nations ready for ‘heartbreaking’ decision to pull out of Afghanistan
EU to guard against any Russia abuse of UN presidency, foreign policy chief says
Barry Andrews: Russia at the helm of the UN Security Council from today makes a mockery of it
Barry Andrews
Founder of girls' education project in Afghanistan arrested by Taliban authorities in Kabul
UN investigation finds migrants stuck in Libya are being tortured and forced into sex slavery
United Nations accuses both Russian and Ukrainian forces of 'summary executions' of prisoners
United Nations reach landmark agreement to protect ocean life
Tánaiste condemns Russian nuclear threats at UN conference
'I could feel the blood draining from me': Magdalene survivor criticises 'frightening' UN decision
Key updates: Aid convoy passes into rebel-held Syria opens as quake death toll now above 40,000
'I feel deflated, so low': Magdalene laundry survivor loses case at UN Committee Against Torture
UN rights committee 'seriously concerned' over children in Ireland experiencing homelessness
UN refugee agency says it is 'completely unpalatable' that asylum seekers are homeless in Ireland