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In General Assembly delegates continue debate on Security Council report

The United Nations General Assembly today continued its debate over the report of the Security Council, as its main committees moved ahead on a variety of measures dealing with decolonization, social and disarmament issues.

General Assembly wraps up unprecedented five-day debate on terrorism

As the General Assembly today concluded its debate on measures to combat international terrorism - which attracted a record level of participation - United Nations officials lauded the session while urging further follow-up on the issue.

In General Assembly debate, developing States seek support for anti-terror drive

Addressing the final day of the General Assembly's debate on international terrorism, representatives of developing countries said they were affected by the menace and required assistance in shoring up their response.

Terror attacks on US should galvanize international action, General Assembly told

As the General Assembly's debate on measures to combat international terrorism entered its fourth day, expressions of solidarity with the United States continued, with numerous speakers emphasizing that the 11 September attacks should galvanize international action against the menace.

UN names Princess of Spain as Goodwill Ambassador for World Assembly on Ageing

The United Nations today announced that Princess Infanta Doña Cristina of Spain will serve as Goodwill Ambassador for the UN's Second World Assembly on Ageing, to be held in Madrid, from the 8 to 12 April 2002.

In General Assembly, States urge stronger legal arsenal to fight anti-terror war

Countries from across the world today emphasized the importance of fortifying the global legal arsenal in the fight against terrorism, as the General Assembly entered the third day of its weeklong debate on measures to combat the scourge.

General Assembly reschedules annual high-level debate to mid-November

The annual high-level debate in the United Nations General Assembly, which was postponed in the wake of the11 September terrorist attacks against the United States, will be held in mid-November, a spokesman for the body's President announced today.

On second day of debate, General Assembly hears calls for definition of terrorism

As the General Assembly entered the second day of its weeklong debate on measures to combat international terrorism, several speakers called attention to the need to define the scourge in order to effectively combat it.

General Assembly opens weeklong debate on fighting international terrorism

As the United Nations General Assembly today opened its weeklong debate on measures to combat international terrorism, countries from across the globe strongly condemned the menace while pledging to take specific and resolute steps to eradicate it from the world.

General Assembly opens weeklong debate on fighting international terrorism

As the United Nations General Assembly today opened its weeklong debate on measures to combat international terrorism, countries from across the globe strongly condemned the menace while pledging to take specific and resolute steps to eradicate it from the world.