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  • Mar 30 / 2005
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Europe

Response to Darfur crisis scandalously ineffective, say MPs

  News Response to Darfur crisis scandalously ineffective, say MPs Marie Woolf Chief Political Correspondent 462 words 30 March 2005 The Independent IND 19 English (c) 2005 Independent Newspapers (UK) Limited . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, distributed or exploited in any way.   THE DEATH toll from the humanitarian disaster [...]

  • Mar 29 / 2005
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Asia-Pacific, Europe

Pakistan not under IAEA investigation, says spokesman

  Pakistan not under IAEA investigation, says spokesman 896 words 29 March 2005 04:43 BBC Monitoring South Asia BBCSAP English (c) 2005 The British Broadcasting Corporation. All Rights Reserved. No material may be reproduced except with the express permission of The British Broadcasting Corporation.   Excerpt from report by Mariana Baabar entitled: “Pakistan not under [...]

  • Mar 22 / 2005
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Europe

POLITICS: ANNAN SEEKS EXPANDED SECURITY COUNCIL, MORE FOREIGN AID

POLITICS: ANNAN SEEKS EXPANDED SECURITY COUNCIL, MORE FOREIGN AID By Niko Kyriakou 1214 words 22 March 2005 Inter Press Service IPRS English (c) 2005 Global Information Network   UNITED NATIONS, Mar. 21, 2005 (IPS/GIN) — For critics who accuse the United Nations of too many words and too few deeds, a major report released Monday [...]

  • Jan 19 / 2005
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Europe

Transcript of press conference by Secretary-General Kofi Annan at United Nations headquarters, 19 January 2005

  Transcript of press conference by Secretary-General Kofi Annan at United Nations headquarters, 19 January 2005 3409 words 19 January 2005 M2 Presswire MTPW English (c) 2005 M2 Communications, Ltd. All Rights Reserved.   Secretary-General: Mr. President, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I want to thank the representatives of Australia, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, the Russian [...]

  • Dec 16 / 2004
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Europe

Annan – UN must act to prevent ‘nightmare scenarios’.

  Annan – UN must act to prevent ‘nightmare scenarios’. By Deborah Zabarenko 229 words 16 December 2004 17:52 Reuters News LBA English (c) 2004 Reuters Limited   WASHINGTON, Dec 16 (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan on Thursday said the Security Council must be ready to use force to prevent “nightmare scenarios,” if individual [...]

  • Dec 06 / 2004
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Europe

Straw welcomes UN plan for strikes on rogue states

  News Straw welcomes UN plan for strikes on rogue states Colin Brown Deputy Political Editor 552 words 6 December 2004 The Independent IND 2 English (c) 2004 Independent Newspapers (UK) Limited . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, distributed or exploited in any way.   CHANGES TO the UN charter would [...]

  • Dec 02 / 2004
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Europe

PM backs plan for security council reform

  Guardian Foreign Pages PM backs plan for security council reform Press Association 280 words 2 December 2004 The Guardian GRDN 15 English © Copyright 2004. The Guardian. All rights reserved.   Tony Blair yesterday welcomed a report recommending sweeping reform of the United Nations. The report proposes to enlarge the 15-country security council and [...]

  • Dec 02 / 2004
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Europe

Canada welcomes UN reform blueprint

  Canada welcomes UN reform blueprint BUR 269 words 2 December 2004 14:57 Agence France Presse AFPR English Copyright Agence France-Presse, 2004 All reproduction and presentation rights reserved.   OTTAWA, Dec 2 (AFP) – Canada on Thursday welcomed a sweeping UN blueprint for reform andnoted that two of the more than 100 recommendations in the report [...]

  • Dec 02 / 2004
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Europe

Report endorses enlarged Security Council.

  Other World Stories Report endorses enlarged Security Council. 753 words 2 December 2004 Irish Times IRTI 11 English (c) 2004, The Irish Times.   THE UN: A proposal to expand the Security Council to 24 members from the present 15 is one of more than 100 recommendations in a special report on reforming the [...]

  • Nov 30 / 2004
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Europe

The UN must sort itself out before it can take on the world

  Features Comment: The UN must sort itself out before it can take on the world By Anton La Guardia 1028 words 30 November 2004 The Daily Telegraph DT 20 English (c) 2004 Telegraph Group Limited, London   In his speech in 1946 denouncing the “Iron Curtain” that had fallen across Europe, Winston Churchill issued [...]