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  • Sep 13 / 2005
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Asia-Pacific

Eyes are off the ball in world poverty race

  Opinion Eyes are off the ball in world poverty race ANDREW HEWETT 647 words 13 September 2005 The Advertiser ADVTSR 1 – State 18 English Copyright 2005 News Ltd. All Rights Reserved   IT’S September and the air is thick with finals fever. But one team that is close to all our hearts could [...]

  • Sep 11 / 2005
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North America

Canada’s U.N. stance must promote hope

  Editorial Canada’s U.N. stance must promote hope 693 words 11 September 2005 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A16 English Copyright (c) 2005 The Toronto Star   Prime Minister Paul Martin may want to tuck a lacrosse helmet into his luggage as he heads to the United Nations this week for the biggest gathering yet [...]

  • Sep 05 / 2005
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Europe

Gleneagles must be one step in a longer campaign TONY BLAIR.

  COMMENT Gleneagles must be one step in a longer campaign TONY BLAIR. By TONY BLAIR 920 words 5 September 2005 Financial Times FTFT London Ed1 Page 17 English (c) 2005 The Financial Times Limited. All rights reserved   This week, I am visiting China and India. Almost every day, we hear news of the [...]

  • Jun 23 / 2005
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North America

GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGINS TWO-DAY DIALOGUE WITH CIVIL SOCIETY, WITH FOCUS ON U.N. REFORM PROPOSALS, 2005 WORLD SUMMMIT

  GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGINS TWO-DAY DIALOGUE WITH CIVIL SOCIETY, WITH FOCUS ON U.N. REFORM PROPOSALS, 2005 WORLD SUMMMIT 10239 words 23 June 2005 US Fed News INDFED English © Copyright 2005. Hindustan Times. All rights reserved.   UNITED NATIONS, June 23 — The United Nations issued the following press release: Given the range of security [...]

  • Mar 14 / 2005
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North America

A man of action learns the virtue of patience; In the diplomatic labyrinth that is the United Nations, making a difference means picking issues carefully, embracing process and living with a degree of frustration, Canadian ambassador Allan Rock tells SHAWN McCARTHY

  International News A man of action learns the virtue of patience; In the diplomatic labyrinth that is the United Nations, making a difference means picking issues carefully, embracing process and living with a degree of frustration, Canadian ambassador Allan Rock tells SHAWN McCARTHY SHAWN McCARTHY 1458 words 14 March 2005 The Globe and Mail [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Jan 08 / 2005
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North America

Rocky road ahead for U.N. Internal strife, scandal plague world body at 60 Under attack from the U.S., once its biggest booster

  News Rocky road ahead for U.N. Internal strife, scandal plague world body at 60 Under attack from the U.S., once its biggest booster Olivia Ward Olivia Ward Toronto Star 2593 words 8 January 2005 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A22 English Copyright (c) 2005 The Toronto Star   Plagued by sluggishness, shortcomings and scandal, [...]

  • Nov 21 / 2004
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North America

Dallaire provides a reality check for all

  News Dallaire provides a reality check for all Graham Fraser 821 words 21 November 2004 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A08 English Copyright (c) 2004 The Toronto Star   It is just a coincidence that Lt.-Gen. Romeo Dallaire won the Governor General’s Literary Award for his remarkable book Shake Hands With the Devil: The [...]

  • Sep 21 / 2004
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Europe

UN’s Annan tells world leaders to uphold law, protect innocent

  UN’s Annan tells world leaders to uphold law, protect innocent MC 622 words 21 September 2004 19:12 Agence France Presse AFPR English Copyright Agence France-Presse, 2004 All reproduction and presentation rights reserved.   UNITED NATIONS, Sept 21 (AFP) – Secretary General Kofi Annan opened the UN’s annual debate of world leaders here on Tuesday [...]

  • Sep 21 / 2004
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Europe

Annan tells world leaders to respect law, protect the innocent

  Annan tells world leaders to respect law, protect the innocent MC 279 words 21 September 2004 10:43 Agence France Presse AFPR English Copyright Agence France-Presse, 2004 All reproduction and presentation rights reserved.   UNITED NATIONS, Sept 21 (AFP) – UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on Tuesday made an impassioned plea to bring about the [...]