ARTICLES RELATING TO BAN KI MOON

Thousands gather at NY Times Square for yoga

2015-06-22 05:36

Thousands of people have laid out their mats and stretched into yoga exercises in New York's Times Square, including the secretary general of the UN, to celebrate the first International Day of Yoga.

Yemen rebels accuse Saudi of trying to sabotage peace talks

2015-06-17 10:53

Iran-backed Yemeni rebels have accused Saudi Arabia of trying to sabotage peace talks in Geneva and claimed the exiled government was trying to impose its own agenda on the UN.

UN chief praises pope for framing climate in moral terms

2015-04-28 12:42

The UN chief has praised Pope Francis for framing climate change as an urgent moral imperative.

Nigeria awaits poll results, UN calls for calm

2015-03-30 08:38

Nigerians have awaited the first results of a closely fought general election pitting President Goodluck Jonathan against ex-military ruler Muhammadu Buhari.

No UN resolution reached yet on Ukraine

2015-02-16 12:21

The 15 members of the United Nations Security Council will engage in more consultations on the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, but are not yet ready to adopt a resolution.

South Sudan activists release first war victims list

2014-12-15 12:55

The first names of some of the tens of thousands killed in South Sudan have been released, which includes a 14-month old toddler and a 105-year old grandmother.

UN chief visits war-ravaged Somalia

2014-10-29 14:33

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has met with Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud under heavy security in Mogadishu, his first visit to the dangerous capital of the war-torn nation in almost three years.

3 Ethiopian peacekeepers killed in Darfur attack

2014-10-17 09:52

Three Ethiopian peacekeepers have been killed in an attack in Sudan's troubled Darfur region, the joint UN-African Union mission says, the latest deaths in increasingly dangerous peace operations in Africa.

Sleeping in a swamp: South Sudan battles to survive

2014-10-15 12:04

Outside, in the war-zone state of South Sudan, citizens say they are too fearful to venture, frightened of revenge attacks in a civil war that entered its eleventh month.

2020 nature protection plan falling behind - UN

2014-10-06 08:53

Governments are failing to meet goals to protect animals and plants set out in a biodiversity plan for 2020 that also aims to increase food supplies and slow climate change, a UN report says.

 

UN appoints Senegalese diplomat to mediate peace talks in Burundi

2015-06-21 16:57

The UN has appointed a Senegalese diplomat to facilitate talks between rival factions in Burundi's political crisis after the opposition accused the previous mediator of bias.

US slams UN envoy expulsion from South Sudan

2015-06-03 09:49

United States has condemned South Sudan's expulsion of an outspoken UN aid co-ordinator as an 'affront to the international community' and called for the strife-torn country to reverse its decision.

UN appeals for safe havens after shipwreck tragedy

2015-04-20 11:33

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has appealed to world governments to share the burden of taking in refugees after more than 700 migrants were feared dead in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy.

Ebola conference seeks end to West Africa outbreak

2015-03-03 07:43

Leaders of Ebola-hit countries in West Africa will attend an international conference in Brussels to mobilise a final push to end the outbreak and ensure the delivery of nearly $5bn in aid pledges.

UN welcomes release of Jazeera journalists

2015-02-13 14:01

Two Al-Jazeera journalists have been freed from an Egyptian prison pending retrial, their families say. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed their release.

Climate talks seek way to historic Paris pact

2014-12-01 18:15

The world's nations have gathered in Lima, Peru, in a renewed push for a deal to roll back carbon emissions threatening future generations.

UN has a mere $100 000 in Ebola trust fund

2014-10-17 10:48

The UN trust fund for Ebola has barely $100 000, a pittance compared to what the world body says it needs to fight the worst outbreak on record, the New York Times says.

UN: South Sudan headed for upsurge in fighting

2014-10-17 07:44

The end of the rainy season in South Sudan may re-ignite fierce fighting, with factions battling for control of oil fields while the threat of famine looms, a UN official warns.

Ban Ki-moon arrives in Tripoli

2014-10-11 18:35

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has arrived in Libya for talks with the country's warring factions fighting over the control of oil.

UN: Mali security situation 'extremely fragile'

2014-09-27 22:54

The security situation in Mali remains "extremely fragile", the UN secretary-general says, warning that progress in peace talks with armed separatists remains slow.

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