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- At UN, over $2 billion pledged to help hurricane-affected Caribbean nations ‘build back better’The international community mobilized over $1.3 billion in pledges and more than $1 billion in loans and debt relief to help Caribbean nations recover from the strong hurricanes that pummelled the region a few months ago, during a meeting at United Nations Headquarters on Tuesday.
- ISIL ‘down but not out’ in Iraq; UN envoy urges efforts to defeat group’s extremist ideologyThe military victory against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) is only one component of a complex battle that addresses the root causes of extremist ideology, the United Nations envoy for Iraq said Wednesday.
- With access to clean, modern energy, poorer countries look to power ahead through innovation – UN reportEnergy is key to global development, but the world’s poorest and most vulnerable nations fare up to six times worse than their more industrialized counterparts when it comes to accessing the vital resource, the United Nations warned on Wednesday.
- UN urges global action so women and girls everywhere can live free from all forms of violenceAchieving gender equality and the full empowerment of women is the answer to ending violence against women, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said Wednesday, calling for collective global action on this cause.
- Adopt a ‘common line,’ UN negotiator appeals to Syrian oppositionSyrian opposition groups meeting in Saudi Arabia should do all they can to unify ahead of a fresh round of United Nations-facilitated talks in Geneva, UN Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura said on Wednesday.
- UN agency gravely concerned by lack of medical services in Syria’s eastern GhoutaDespite escalating violence and increasing humanitarian needs, life-saving medicines, medical equipment, and surgical supplies are being prevented from entering eastern Ghouta in Syria and the plan to transfer critically ill patients to hospitals elsewhere has not been approved, the United Nations health agency has warned.