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    The world must look to South America’s success in reducing hunger

    The world must look to South America’s success in reducing hunger Each year, the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report, released on Wednesday, provides an update on the global progress or setbacks in achieving the 2030 goal of zero hunger.
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    Rising heat in Europe and Central Asia killing almost 400 children a year: UNICEF

    Rising heat in Europe and Central Asia killing almost 400 children a year: UNICEF Soaring summer temperatures in Europe and Central Asia are killing nearly 400 children a year according to new analysis of the latest available data by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) released on Wednesday.
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    Fight against global hunger set back 15 years, warns UN report

    Fight against global hunger set back 15 years, warns UN report Progress fighting global hunger has been set back 15 years, leaving around 733 million people going hungry in 2023, equivalent to one in 11 people globally and one in five in Africa, according to the latest UN State of Food Security...
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    Gaza: Exodus from Khan Younis compounds pressure on meagre resources

    Gaza: Exodus from Khan Younis compounds pressure on meagre resourcesAbout 150,000 people fled Khan Younis in a single day on Monday following evacuation orders issued by the Israeli military there, UN humanitarians have said, intensifying pressure on meagre food, water and places to seek shelter.
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    Gaza: Exodus from Khan Younis compounds pressure on meagre resources

    Gaza: Exodus from Khan Younis compounds pressure on meagre resources About 150,000 people fled Khan Younis in a single day on Monday following evacuation orders issued by the Israeli military there, UN humanitarians have said, intensifying pressure on meagre food, water and places to seek shelter.
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    UN News Today July 23

    UN News Today July 23
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    Yemen: UN envoy warns of threat of return to ‘full-fledged war’ as regional tensions escalate

    Yemen: UN envoy warns of threat of return to ‘full-fledged war’ as regional tensions escalate Yemen is at risk of returning to full-scale war and the international community has a common interest and responsibility to stop this from happening, UN Special Envoy for the country Hans Grundberg...
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    UN-backed refugee athletes named as Olympic flag bearers

    UN-backed refugee athletes named as Olympic flag bearers The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) has thrown its full support behind Cindy Ngamba and Yahya Al Ghotany, the athletes chosen as flag bearers for the Olympic Games which start on Friday in Paris, who will be proudly bear the banner of the...
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    UN chief welcomes agreement between Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas

    UN chief welcomes agreement between Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas The UN Secretary-General has welcomed a new agreement signed on Tuesday in Beijing by Hamas and Fatah, together with smaller Palestinian factions, aimed at ending years of political rivalry as the war in Gaza grinds on.
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    Sudan war: Nearly 26 million going hungry due to rising food prices, access challenges

    Sudan war: Nearly 26 million going hungry due to rising food prices, access challenges Nearly 26 million people in war-torn Sudan are not getting enough to eat, the UN reported on Tuesday, citing its humanitarian affairs office, OCHA.
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    UN experts condemn sentencing of journalists in Russia

    UN experts condemn sentencing of journalists in Russia Independent UN human rights experts said in a statement on Tuesday that the recent prison sentencing of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich and Radio Liberty journalist Alsu Kurmasheva send a “threatening message” to all journalists.
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    UN and partners launch emergency appeal to address severe drought in Malawi

    UN and partners launch emergency appeal to address severe drought in Malawi UN agencies alongside humanitarian partners in Malawi have launched a Flash Appeal to help millions in the country stricken by drought that has decimated harvests and sent hunger levels soaring.
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    Yemen: UN envoy warns of threat of return to ‘full-fledged war’ as regional tensions escalate

    Yemen: UN envoy warns of threat of return to ‘full-fledged war’ as regional tensions escalateYemen is at risk of returning to full-scale war and the international community has a common interest and responsibility to stop this from happening, UN Special Envoy for the country Hans Grundberg...
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    UN chief welcomes agreement between Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas

    UN chief welcomes agreement between Palestinian factions Fatah and HamasThe UN Secretary-General has welcomed a new agreement signed on Tuesday in Beijing by Hamas and Fatah, together with smaller Palestinian factions, aimed at ending years of political rivalry as the war in Gaza grinds on.
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    Attacks on civilians in Burkina Faso force thousands into neighbouring Niger

    Attacks on civilians in Burkina Faso force thousands into neighbouring Niger Renewed attacks on civilians in eastern Burkina Faso by non-State armed groups have forced thousands to flee to neighbouring Niger in search of safety, amid a deepening emergency, UN humanitarians have warned.
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    Where do I go now, ask Gazans uprooted by new Israeli evacuation orders

    Where do I go now, ask Gazans uprooted by new Israeli evacuation orders Gazans uprooted by the Israeli military’s latest evacuation orders have fled their shelters and homes “running for their lives”, with barely any belongings and little idea where they will end up, UN humanitarians said on...
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    Where do I go now, ask Gazans uprooted by new Israeli evacuation orders

    Where do I go now, ask Gazans uprooted by new Israeli evacuation ordersGazans uprooted by the Israeli military’s latest evacuation orders have fled their shelters and homes “running for their lives”, with barely any belongings and little idea where they will end up, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday.
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    UNRWA stresses need to protect humanitarians after convoy hit in Gaza

    UNRWA stresses need to protect humanitarians after convoy hit in Gaza
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    World News in Brief: UN Commission of Inquiry accepts ICJ opinion, continued attacks in Ukraine, improved neurological medicines access

    World News in Brief: UN Commission of Inquiry accepts ICJ opinion, continued attacks in Ukraine, improved neurological medicines access The UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory on Monday welcomed the International Court of Justice’s (ICJ)...
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    Forests face increasing risk of wildfires and pests due to climate change

    Forests face increasing risk of wildfires and pests due to climate change The world’s forests are becoming increasingly susceptible to wildfires and pests due to climate change, according to a new report by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), released Monday.