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    At UN, Foreign Minister Wang Yi sees ‘hope’ in turbulent times, reaffirms ‘One China’ policy

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    ‘We must continue to believe in the power of diplomacy,’ India says in UN speech

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    Russia had ‘no choice’ but to launch ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, Lavrov tells UN

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    Say ‘yes to a world united among peoples,’ urges Holy See

    State Secretary of the Holy See Pietro Parolin urged world leaders at the UN General Assembly on Saturday to work…
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    Forced out of school, but refusing to give up on education in Afghanistan

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    Colombia’s ‘dinosaur of peace’

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    Darfur: Trial of Janjaweed leader must not be ‘a false dawn’ for justice, Security Council hears

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    Ukraine prisoner of war trials in Mariupol could be a war crime: OHCHR

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    Canada braces for Hurricane Fiona after a week of lashing wind and rain in Caribbean

    After lashing parts of Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands with 140 kilometres-per-hour winds, Hurricane Fiona is expected to make…
    Women
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    New platform highlights women’s leadership in tackling global challenges

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    Australia: Groundbreaking decision creates pathway for climate justice on Torres Strait Islands

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      Egypt’s Foreign Minister calls for improved climate commitments at COP27

      27.09.2022

      At UN, Foreign Minister Wang Yi sees ‘hope’ in turbulent times, reaffirms ‘One China’ policy

      27.09.2022

      ‘We must continue to believe in the power of diplomacy,’ India says in UN speech

      27.09.2022

      Russia had ‘no choice’ but to launch ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, Lavrov tells UN

      27.09.2022

      Say ‘yes to a world united among peoples,’ urges Holy See

      26.09.2022

      Forced out of school, but refusing to give up on education in Afghanistan

      26.09.2022

      Colombia’s ‘dinosaur of peace’

      26.09.2022

      Darfur: Trial of Janjaweed leader must not be ‘a false dawn’ for justice, Security Council hears

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      Ukraine prisoner of war trials in Mariupol could be a war crime: OHCHR

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      Canada braces for Hurricane Fiona after a week of lashing wind and rain in Caribbean

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