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Strengthen international consensus Concluding his briefing, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process voiced concern over an “absence of collective efforts” to achieve an end to the occupation and the realization, of a negotiated two-State resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in line with relevant United Nations resolutions and previous agreements. “I believe that I speak on behalf of all of us today when I say that we all share a concern that at the end of 2018 we are nowhere closer to reviving efforts for a negotiated solution,” he said.
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After having “repeatedly communicated” their concerns, they highlighted the repression of protests and democracy advocacy in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR); impunity for excessive use of force by police; the alleged use of chemical agents against protesters; the alleged sexual harassment and assault of women protesters in police stations; together with the alleged harassment of health care workers. The experts also raised their “grave concerns” on issues ranging from the collective repression of specific communities – “especially religious and ethnic minorities, in Xinjiang and Tibet” – to the detention of lawyers and prosecution - in addition to disappearances - of human rights defenders across the country.  (...) The independent experts also voiced their concern for journalists, medical workers and those speaking out about COVID-19 online inside China, who have allegedly faced retaliation from the authorities, including being charged with “spreading misinformation” or “disrupting public order.”
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Score: 331179.15 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/06/1067312
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After drought caused poor returns last year, farmers have already become deeply concerned about the next harvest. WFP warned that they lack enough food to cover their needs and amidst escalating conflicts, more than six million people have had to leave their homes in the Sahel. (...) Based on previous drought displacement patterns there, affected populations are likely to move from rural to urban centres, overwhelming critical services, including healthcare facilities, which can trigger other major health-related concerns. IOM’s flow monitoring has recorded an increase in drought-induced movements from Somalia into Ethiopia, possibly to gain access to water and pasture. 
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“Our message to governments is unequivocal: The best interests of children should be a primary consideration at all times,” she said. UNICEF remains concerned for the safety and well-being of the stranded foreign children and of thousands of their Syrian counterparts struggling to survive in camps and detention centres in the northeast.
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Most recently however, girls over the age of 12 have been prohibited from attending school – with the genders separated at the university level and female students prohibited from being taught by male professors, who make up the majority of instructors. Amidst her deep concern that many girls may not be allowed back to school, the UNICEF chief called it “critically important” that Afghan children have “an equal chance to learn and develop the skills they need to thrive”.
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security council peacekeeping Central African Republic LISTEN TO UN RADIO Related Stories Central African Republic: Security Council reflects on peace deal anniversary ‘De facto lethargy’ in Central African Republic, despite escalating attacks 28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue ‘Meaningful and inclusive’ dialogue essential to end upsurge in clashes across Central African Republic 3 February 2021 Peace and Security The UN chief António Guterres on Wednesday said he continues to be “very concerned” about armed clashes and the threat to civilian life across the Central African Republic, where around 200,000 have been displaced by fighting in under two months.
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Ban voices concern about leadership deadlock in Papua New Guinea | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe Ban voices concern about leadership deadlock in Papua New Guinea Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Facebook Twitter Print Email Ban voices concern about leadership deadlock in Papua New Guinea 13 December 2011 Peace and Security Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed concern today about mounting political tensions in Papua New Guinea, where two prominent politicians each say they are the Pacific country’s rightful leader. (...) PAPUA NEW GUINEA Related Stories Ban welcomes Papua New Guinea’s decision to go forward with elections No sustainable development or peace without women: UN deputy chief Papua New Guinea: A month after deadly quake, UN on the ground delivering life-saving aid News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Level of police violence in Papua New Guinea alarms UN expert on torture 26 May 2010 Human Rights An independent United Nations human rights expert has voiced concern about the “regular practice” of police violence in Papua New Guinea, which he said often reaches the level of torture, as well as appalling conditions for detainees.
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IAEA/Dean Calma News in Brief 6 June 2022 6 June 2022 News in Brief Facebook Twitter Print Email IAEA gravely concerned over nuclear safety at Russian-held Ukraine plant Nearly 50 dead following Bangladesh fire, UN labour agency ‘deeply saddened’ Asia-Pacific countries endorse Regional Plan of Action on sand and dust storms Audio 2'21" WHO News in Brief 15 December 2021 15 December 2021 News in Brief Facebook Twitter Print Email COVID19 - We’re not against boosters, we’re against vaccine inequity says WHO chief Asia-Pacific sees 50 million more going hungry in first year of COVID Ukraine human rights in the spotlight Audio 3'5" © UNHCR/Anthony Karumba News in Brief 22 June 2021 22 June 2021 News in Brief Facebook Twitter Print Email 'Invisible' stateless people risk missing COVID jabs: UNHCR Scale back on raw fish consumption in Southeast Asia, says FAO Eritrea human rights: 'No tangible signs of progress' Audio 3'9" ESCAP/Suwat Chancharoensuk Asia-Pacific nations commit the whole region to ‘defeat’ COVID-19 21 May 2020 Health Facebook Twitter Print Email Gathering together at the top UN intergovernmental body in Asia and the Pacific on Thursday, countries of the vast region of more than four billion people, urged greater measures that reinforce global solidarity in ending the COVID-19 pandemic.
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