Audio: Today's News Update From The United Nations

Published: Tue 10 Oct 2006 09:45 AM
UN Audio: Today's News Update From The United Nations

UN Audio:
Security Council Nominates South Korean to be Next Secretary-General - Council Members React to Nomination of South Korean to be Next UN Chief - Annan Welcomes Security Council's Nomination of Next UN Chief - Security Council Condemns North Korea's Nuclear Test - North Korea's Nuclear Test Aggravates Regional Tensions: Annan - China Says Door to Diplomatic Solution in North Korea's Test Still Open - IAEA Deeply Regrets North Korea's Reported Nuclear Test - North Korea Warns the Danger of Nuclear War Increasing Daily - The IAEA Urges a Negotiated Solution in the Aftermath of Nuclear Test by North Korea - South Korean candidate leads polls for top UN job - North Korea unsettles world with nuclear test plan - Australia calls for immediate ban on bottom trawling
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