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UN human rights chief urges Maldives to consider release of imprisoned former President

26 August, 2015

New York, Aug 26 (RDI IBNS): The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on Tuesday expressed deep concern that Government of the Maldives after former President Mohammad Nasheed was once again sent to prison, calling the move a "serious set-back" for the country.
With Haiti now 'back on its feet,' upcoming elections will be critical for future stability – UN officials

17 July, 2015

New York, July 17 (RDI IBNS) Haiti’s imminent elections will look to inaugurate a new period of transparency, democracy and development long yearned for by its citizens, senior United Nations officials told a gathering of the county's partners during a key meeting held on Thursday at UN Headquarters in New York.
Haiti: UN envoy urges that deportations do not result in statelessness of people born in Dominican Republic

26 June, 2015

New York, June 26 (RDI IBNS) Amid ongoing concern about the status of thousands of immigrants living in the Dominican Republic, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General for Haiti, Sandra Honore, said that deportations carried out by Santo Domingo authorities should not result in statelessness of people of Haitian descent.
Australia to 'strip' terrorists of citizenship

25 May, 2015

Sydney, May 24 (RDI IBNS) Increasing the fight against terrorism, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Sunday said dual nationals, who are found join terrorist groups, will be stripped of their Australian citizenship.
6.8 earthquake jolts Papua New Guinea

02 May, 2015

Sydney, May 1 (RDI IBNS) An earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter Scale hit Papua New Guinea on Friday officials said.
Vanuatu: UN official warns secondary emergency looming

31 March, 2015

New York, Mar 31 (RDI IBNS): Two weeks after Tropical Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for the archipelago on a tour through one of the most severely affected provinces on Saturday, warned of a “secondary emergency” and urged a scale-up in efforts to provide the essentials to people in need.
Vanuatu: UN finds 'extensive' loss of agriculture; full scale of damage still to be revealed

22 March, 2015

New York, Mar 21 (RDI IBNS)The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Fridaycalled for emergency support for farmers in Vanuatu, where the vast majority of crops have been destroyed by Tropical Cyclone Pam.
UN focuses on priority needs for cyclone-hit Vanuatu

18 March, 2015

New York, Mar 18 (RDI IBNS): In spite of logistical challenges facing the humanitarian response in Vanuatu, a nation that comprises over 80 islands, United Nations agencies continue to scale up their efforts to assist with priority needs including the provision of food, water and healthcare in the wake of the devastating cyclone that battered the country over the weekend.New York, Mar 18 (RDI IBNS): In spite of logistical challenges facing the humanitarian response in Vanuatu, a nation that comprises over 80 islands, United Nations agencies continue to scale up their efforts to assist with priority needs including the provision of food, water and healthcare in the wake of the devastating cyclone that battered the country over the weekend.
Ban promises necessary action to assist cyclone-hit Vanuatu

17 March, 2015

New York, Mar 17 (RDI IBNS): With United Nations relief agencies stepping up their response in Vanuatu after the country was hit by Cyclone Pam, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday that the event “tragically underscored” the importance of global efforts on disaster risk reduction.
UN relief agencies ramp up support to cyclone-hit Vanuatu

16 March, 2015

New York, Mar 16 (RDI IBNS): Amid reports that powerful Cyclone Pam has impacted at least half the population of Vanuatu, the country's President, attending a United Nations conference under way in Japan aiming to reduce disaster risk, appealed for international support in anticipation of large-scale needs.
UN responding to 'devastating' impact of Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, Pacific region

16 March, 2015

New York, Mar 15 (RDI IBNS)The United Nations announced on Saturday that it is taking all necessary steps to respond to the catastrophic impacts of a devastating tropical cyclone that affected most of Vanuatu over the past two days.
Cyclone hits Vanuatu, several feared dead

16 March, 2015

Port Vila , Mar 14 (RDI IBNS): Dozens are feared dead as super tropical cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu on Saturday, reports said.
Haiti: Security Council visit sheds important light on situation as elections loom, members say

31 January, 2015

New York, Jan 30 (RDI IBNS) Members of the Security Council heard briefings on Thursday from the co-leads of a trip taken by the body to Haiti, where they saw first-hand the critical work being done by the United Nations Mission there in support of a better future for the country’s people.
'Dysfunctional' Haitian Parliament deplored by UN and partners

15 January, 2015

New York, Jan 14 (RDI IBNS) Urging all Haitian stakeholders to form a consensus Government, the top United Nations official in in the country joined the ambassadors of several countries on Tuesdayin deploring the fact that the Haitian Parliament became "dysfunctional" after failing to hold elections within its constitutional framework.
Haiti: 5 years after earthquake, UN warns progress threatened by poverty, inequality

11 January, 2015

New York, Jan 10 (RDI IBNS) Five years after a massive earthquake killed 200,000 people in Haiti, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is appealing for funds to continue momentum towards building more resilient communities that will withstand future disasters.
UN and partners stress need for end to political impasse in Haiti before week's end

10 January, 2015

New York, Jan 9 (JEN) Less than a week before the Parliament in Haiti becomes dysfunctional, the United Nations and its international partners noted with deep concern that no solution to the political crisis has yet been found.
Australia: Man arrested for allegedly making threat call to Auburn mosque

18 December, 2014

Sydney, Dec 17 (RDI IBNS): The Australian Police on Wednesday said they have arrested a man for allegedly making a threatening phone call to a mosque in Auburn in western Sydney on Tuesday.
India-Australia first Test postponed

30 November, 2014

Sydney, Nov 29 (RDI IBNS): Following the tragic end of Aussie batsman Phil Hughes, the First test between India and Australia schedued to start on Dec 4 at Brisbane hass been postponed, media reported.
Modi congratulates John Key on re-election as PM​ of New Zealand

22 September, 2014

New Delhi, Sept 21 (RDI IBNS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated John Key for being re-elected for the third term as the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Tasmania anti-protest bill contravenes Australia's human rights obligations – UN experts

10 September, 2014

New York, Sept 10 (RDI IBNS): A group of independent United Nations experts have urged lawmakers in Tasmania to refrain from adopting legislation against protests that disrupt businesses, saying the proposed bill would contravene Australia’s human rights obligations.

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