Thursday, 30 June 2016

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UN buzz - latest

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481 The promise of sustainable cities 31 Oct, 2014
482 Sweden recognises the state of Palestine 30 Oct, 2014
483 Malala donates $50,000 to Gaza school 29 Oct, 2014
484 A wonderful 69th UN birthday party 29 Oct, 2014
485 UNRIC’s newsletter out now! 30 Oct, 2014
486 Barbershop at the UN: Men talk to men about women 29 Oct, 2014
487 100 tons of ice to draw attention to Climate Change 28 Oct, 2014
488 Migrants: Removing the Stigma 28 Oct, 2014
489 Ebola and pregnancy: a double threat 28 Oct, 2014
490 Mass surveillance threatens online privacy 25 Oct, 2014
491 Norway to keep high UN contributions 24 Oct, 2014
492 The age of the drones – for better or worse 23 Oct, 2014
493 No child is safe from violence 23 Oct, 2014
494 “Miracle Doctor” Denis Mukwege wins Sakharov Prize 22 Oct, 2014
495 Fighting sexual violence in South Sudan 22 Oct, 2014
496 UN Day 2014 - 26 October, Grand-Place Brussels 21 Oct, 2014
497 Not all boats head for Europe 21 Oct, 2014
498 Using a boat and a bucket to cope with a flood 20 Oct, 2014
499 Traded, trafficked, trapped 18 Oct, 2014
500 An urgent global problem that demands an urgent global response 17 Oct, 2014
501 The fight against poverty must leave no one behind 17 Oct, 2014
502 The only acceptable number is zero 16 Oct, 2014
503 (W)rapping up Ebola in Senegal 15 Oct, 2014
504 The Nun and the Imam: a message of peace for CAR 14 Oct, 2014
505 The elderly not only need protection – they are protection 13 Oct, 2014
506 Food waste campaign attracts 6,000 in Copenhagen 13 Oct, 2014
507 Day of the girl child: awareness is not enough 11 Oct, 2014
508 Nobel Prize: "The true winners are the world´s children" 10 Oct, 2014
509 Nobel Peace Prize to Malala and Kailash welcomed 10 Oct, 2014
510 Schizophrenia – dispelling myths, asserting facts 10 Oct, 2014

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When the Security Council approaches the final stage of negotiation of a draft resolution the text is printed in blue... What's in Blue helps interested UN readers keep up with what might soon be "in blue".