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Protest in Burundi after UN decides to send police

Hundreds of people march in Bujumbura to protest Security Council decision to send up to 228 police officers to Burundi.

UN to send police force to Burundi as unrest continues

Security Council authorises deployment of a small contingent to monitor and report as the security situation worsens.

Over 220 UN Police to Monitor Human Rights Situation in Burundi

The UN Security Council has adopted a resolution allowing the deployment of over 220 police officers in the conflict-torn country.

Ethiopia: Human Rights Leadership at the UN Security Council Requires Human Rights at Home

This is Ethiopia’s third stint on the UNSC and in a congratulatory message, Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Tedros Adhanom, said the election is a clear indication that the country has won the respect and trust of the world.

UNSC Extends Mandate of Peacekeeping Mission in Cyprus for 6 Months

The UN Security Council on Tuesday adopted the resolution 2300 extending the mandate of United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus by January 31, 2017.

Men Voting for Men: UN Security Council's Straw Poll for Secretary-General

The first straw poll to test the support of Security Council members for candidates vying to become the next United Nations secretary-general occurred July 21, amid strong interest by global media who report on the world body as well...Show More Summary

Russia Rules out New Coalitions in Syria Without UN Resolution

Russia rules out any new formal international coalitions in Syria without appropriate UN Security Council resolutions or a request of Syrian President Bashar Assad, Konstantin Kosachev, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Russian parliament's upper house, said.

UN Security Council calls for urgent presidential and parliamentary polls in Lebanon

Expressing deep concern over the two-year-long vacancy in the presidency of Lebanon, the United Nations Security Council today urged Lebanese leaders to urgently convene a parliamentary session and called on all parties to negotiate a compromise agreement in order to end the country’s political and institutional crisis. “The Security Council stresses that the election of […]

UN Authorizes Countries to Help Destroy Libya's Chemical Weapons

The UN Security Council on Friday unanimously adopted a resolution which allows states to receive, take away and destroy Libyan chemical weapons in order to help the country eliminate the toxic agents.

Russia Warns UNSC of Kiev's Plans for Full-Scale Military Action in Donbas

Russian envoy to UN Vitaly Churkin warned the UN Security Council on Friday that the Ukrainian authorities are preparing a full-scale military operation against self-proclaimed republics in the east of the country.

UK Foreign Secretary Urges Russia, Iran to Influence Syria

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urged Russia and Iran to influence over the Assad regime to ensure humanitarian access to the besieged areas in line with UN Security Council resolutions.

UN Security Council Holds Moment of Silence for Nice Victims

The UN Security Council held a moment of silence to mourn the victims of the terrorist attack in Nice.

UN Security Council Condemns Nice Attack

The United Nations Security Council condemned the attack in Nice, stressing the need to bring perpetrators to justice.

Russian Envoy: UN Needs Comprehensive Approach Towards South Sudan Conflict

The UN Security Council should adopt a comprehensive approach to stabilize the situation in South Sudan, where armed clashes between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and First Vice President Riek Machar renewed in recent days, Russia's envoy to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin said Tuesday.

Head of Syrian National Coalition Calls For Emergency Meeting of UNSC

Anas Abdah called for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, which would consider the future of the Security Council resolutions on Syria.

South Sudan: UN Security Council demands ceasefire

UN Security Councils demands factions cease fighting in the South Sudan capital that has killed hundreds.

UN Security Council Urges South Sudan Leaders to Stop Fighting in Juba

The UN Security Council (UNSC) demanded that President Salva Kiir and First Vice President Riek Machar stop the escalating violence in the South Sudanese capital of Juba, a statement by the UNSC said.

UN Security Council Condemns Renewed Fighting in South Sudanese Capital

The UN Security Council (UNSC) condemns the latest outbreak of violence in the South Sudanese capital of Juba, one of five United Nations' principal bodies said in a statement on Sunday

Egyptian Lawmakers Call for Int'l Trial of Bush, Blair for Iraq War Crimes

The Arab Affairs Committee of the Egyptian Parliament called on the UN Security Council on Friday to request the International Criminal Court hear a trial against former US President George Bush and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair for war crimes related to the invasion of Iraq.

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