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  • Refugees and migrants cross a river near the Greek-Macedonian border to return to Greece, after an unsuccessful attempt to enter Macedonia, west of the village of Idomeni, Greece
    Middle East refugees testify to U.N. about war crimes

    European authorities are seeking testimony from some of the hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing Middle East violence as they try to build war crimes cases linked to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq. As witnesses to...

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  • Refugees carry their children through a national motorway towards the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek town of Polykastro after ignoring warnings from Greek authorities that the border is shut, as hundreds of migrants set off on the country's main north-south motorway to Idomeni border crossing February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    The UN wants members to share refugees, comes up with plan

    (TRUNEWS) The United Nations wants its members to agree to a system to share refugees. The deal would go hand-in-hand with a public relations campaign to fight alleged xenophobia and racism, according to Breitbart, as many nations...

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  • Yemen
    UN optimistic about possible truce in Yemen

    The United Nations special envoy for Yemen expressed optimism over the tentative truce in the Yemeni conflict, which began in March of 2015. Peace talks will take place later this month. "Now is the time to step...

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  • EMP
    Amerigeddon: Grid-down EMP scenario goes mainstream

    The idea of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack disabling the U.S. energy grid has now gone mainstream. A slide leaked to the Washington Examiner from a U.S. Air Force briefing show the military is now taking the...

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  • North Korea
    U.N. lifts North Korea sanctions on four ships at China’s request

    The U.N. Security Council agreed on Monday to a Chinese request to remove sanctions on four ships the United Nations had blacklisted for ties to Pyongyang’s arms trade. The agreement came after China secured assurances the vessels...

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  • United Nations
    United Nations launches global data collection arm of Agenda 2030

    The United Nations Statistical Commission has released a document called “draft global indicators framework”, which adds an enormous global data collection program to their Agenda 2030 initiative.

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  • Ko Yun-hwa (L), Administrator of Korea Meteorological Administration, points at where seismic waves observed in South Korea came from, during a media briefing at Korea Meteorological Administration in Seoul, South Korea, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
    U.N. imposes harsh new sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear program

    North Korea faces harsh new U.N. sanctions to starve it of money for its nuclear weapons program following a unanimous Security Council vote on Wednesday on a resolution drafted by the United States and Pyongyang’s ally China....

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  • gay rights
    United Nations Uses Broadway to Promote Gay Rights Agenda

    The United States turned to cultural diplomacy on Tuesday to push gay rights at the United Nations by taking 15 U.N. ambassadors, including those from Russia, Gabon and Namibia, to see an award-winning lesbian musical on Broadway....

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  • Syria
    Guns fall mostly silent as Syria truce takes effect

    Guns mostly fell silent in Syria and Russian air raids stopped on Saturday, the first day of a cessation of hostilities that the United Nations has described as the best hope for peace in five years of...

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  • wikileaks assange
    UN Sides With WikiLeaks Assange: ‘Unlawful Detention’ By UK

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's three-and-a-half-year stay in the Ecuadorian embassy in London amounts to 'unlawful detention', a United Nations panel examining his appeal will rule

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