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UN Audio: Today's News Update From The UN

Published: Fri 20 Oct 2006 12:06 AM
UN Audio: Today's News Update From The United Nations


UN Audio: (click here to listen)
Problem of Israel and Palestine at the Heart of MidEast Conflict: De Soto - Considerable Progress Being Made in Lebanon: Pellegrini - Annan Recommends a Final Extension for Elections in Cote d'Ivoire - Overall Malnutrition Levels in Darfur Stabilized in 2006: UN - Curbing Coastal Pollution Can Aid in Recovery of Damaged Coral Reefs: UNICEF – SPECIAL FEATURES: Child Soldiers - Poverty Exposes Children To Violence in Africa - Mozambique Fights Poverty by Investing in Agriculture - TV and Radio Station Gives Somalis a Voice In Mogadishu.
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