Sunday, 29 May 2016

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961 100 billion plastic bags used annually in the US 19 Oct, 2013
962 Women crucial to peace processes 18 Oct, 2013
963 Saudi Arabia declines seat on Security Council 18 Oct, 2013
964 WHO: Air pollution a leading environmental cause of cancer 17 Oct, 2013
965 Climate shocks will hurt poverty targets 17 Oct, 2013
966 UN experts alarmed by reprisals against Chinese activists 16 Oct, 2013
967 870 million undernourished 16 Oct, 2013
968 Launch of the UN-EU partnership report 16 Oct, 2013
969 Handwashing can save hundreds of thousands of lives 15 Oct, 2013
970 Climate change: investment needed 14 Oct, 2013
971 Sustainable development only way to make poverty history 17 Oct, 2013
972 UN: Human rights of migrants must be protected 14 Oct, 2013
973 A wave of diplomatic progress 12 Oct, 2013
974 Ban: 80% of chemical weapons destroyed thanks to OPCW 11 Oct, 2013
975 OPWC wins the Nobel Peace Prize 11 Oct, 2013
976 New mercury treaty signed 10 Oct, 2013
977 International Day of Rural Women 15 Oct, 2013
978 Malala wins the prestigious Sakharov Prize 10 Oct, 2013
979 One in 5 of over 60 experience mental disorders 10 Oct, 2013
980 UN experts: let´s make death penalty history 09 Oct, 2013
981 European Week of Action for Girls 11 Oct, 2013
982 International Day for Disaster Reduction 13 Oct, 2013
983 Health care targeted in Syrian civil war 08 Oct, 2013
984 WHO urges EU to stand firm against pressure from tobacco industry 08 Oct, 2013
985 UN expert warns that Lampedusa tragedy could be repeated 07 Oct, 2013
986 World space week 07 Oct, 2013
987 UN Habitat calls for improved accessibility and mobility 07 Oct, 2013
988 5.2 million teachers needed to reach MDGs 05 Oct, 2013
989 "The last wish was to be eaten" 04 Oct, 2013
990 A chance to make a difference for millions of migrants 03 Oct, 2013

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