UN Audio: Today's News Update From The UN

Published: Thu 12 Oct 2006 12:23 AM
UN Audio: Today's News Update From The United Nations

UN Audio: (click here to listen)
Annan Says DPRK Actions Complicate an Already Difficult Security Situation - Egeland Says Aid to North Korea Should Continue - UN Launches Peace-Building Fund to Help Countries Emerging from Conflict - UN Report Shows Most Member States Without Laws to Protect Women from Violence - More Than 250 Disasters Recorded by End of August: Egeland – ALSO SPECIAL FEATURES: On International Day for Disaster Reduction, UN Calls for More Commitment to Reduce the Impact of Natural Disasters – AND - Study Provides Picture of Nature, Extent and Causes of Violence against Children.
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