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Türk appeals to Sudan’s warring generals; calls out ‘dangerous anti-rights tendencies’ worldwide
SDGs Chili peppers, fake medicine, fuel, gold, guns, humans, and more are being trafficked via millennia-old trade routes crisscrossing the Sahel, and the UN and partners are trying out new, collaborative ways to thwart those attempting the illegal practice, a growing problem in this fragile African region.
2022 in Photos: Struggle, recovery and hope
In 2022, the UN and the world were partially recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic: the Security Council and General Assembly met in person, and senior officials travelled. The UN’s photographers were with them to capture the scene.
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Peace and Security The UN’s 87,000-plus peacekeepers worldwide are “a beacon of hope and protection” for vulnerable civilians, in an increasingly dangerous and uncertain world, the UN chief said on Thursday, recognizing that last year, another 102 ‘blue helmets’ fell in the line of duty.
Law and Crime Prevention One of the world’s most wanted genocide fugitives has been arrested after being on the run for more than two decades, the UN tribunal prosecuting war crimes committed in Rwanda announced on Thursday.