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1. 02-04 Iran reported to Security Council UN Security Council
03-11 Milosevic found dead in cell Hague
3. 04-28 Iran 'fails to heed nuclear call' UN Security Council
E. 07-15 Sec. Council votes for N. Korea sanctions UN Security Council
F. 07-25 Israeli airstrike hits U.N. observer post Southern Lebanon
G. 08-11 U.N. adopts Mideast deal UN Security Council
7. 08-22 Iran hands U.N. nuclear response UN
I. 10-09 S Korean proposed as new UN chief UN Security Council

Summary.     Click for More >   Iran 'fails to heed nuclear call'  Mohammed ElBaradei told the UN Security Council that Iran has failed to co-operate with UN inspectors Sec. Council votes for N. Korea sanctions Israeli airstrike hits U.N. observer post U.N. adopts Mideast deal States pledge troops for Lebanon Iran hands U.N. nuclear response Annan tours devastated south Lebanon Sanctions loom, Iran keeps enriching Abbas: Israel will be recognized Korean looks likely as Annan's successor Sudan letter draws condemnations S Korean proposed as new UN chief Outcry at N Korea 'nuclear test'   South Korean named U.N. leader  The General Assembly has appointed S. Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon to serve as the next secretary-general U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea   The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions No winner for seat Sudan expels U.N. envoy for blog Venezuela, Guatemala quit race Controversial US envoy Bolton quits post Sudan agrees to U.N. peacekeeping plan Security Council approves Iran sanctions   The Council voted unanimously to impose sanctions for refusing to suspend uranium enrichment
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Europeans: Refer Iran to U.N. Iran 'must face Security Council'   Iran reported to Security Council  27 states out of 35 on the IAEA board backed the move, with 3 against and 5 abstentions U.N. report: Close Guantanamo   Milosevic found dead in cell


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Jan.30  Quartet: Hamas must change policy
Jan.31  Iran angry at U.N. council move


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Feb.4  
Feb.7  U.N. staff flee cartoon riots
Feb.10  UN urges Nigeria bird flu action
Feb.13  U.N. draft: Acts 'amounting to torture'
Feb.16
 Annan backs UN Guantanamo demand


March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2  IAEA hails US-India deal
Mar.9  U.N. tackles Iran nuclear crisis
Mar.11  
  Former Yugoslav President has been found dead in Hague where he was being tried on war crimes charges
 He was 64. Milosevic was found dead for several hours. He rose to the top of Yugoslav politics in the 1980. Elected Serbian president in 1990, Milosevic ruled with an iron grip until his overthrow in 2000. Next year he was transferred to the Hague and went on trial in 2002.
 U.N. to probe Milosevic's death Mar.12  Milosevic's death 'great pity for justice'  Milosevic feared poisoning - aide Milosevic autopsy points to heart attack Mar.13  Milosevic 'took the wrong drugs'  Lawyer: Milosevic did not alter medication Mar.15  New human rights body created Mar.17  Tribunal: Milosevic not poisoned Mar.20 U.N. Iran statement still elusive Mar.29 Iran told to curb nuclear program Mar.30  Dutch asked to host Taylor trial

April 2006 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4  Hamas sets out stance to UN chief Apr.13  U.N. presses Iran on nuclear plans Apr.28     Iran 'fails to heed nuclear call'
  Mohammed ElBaradei told the UN Security Council that Iran has failed to co-operate with UN inspectors.    The report said that Iran had done little to answer questions over its nuclear intentions. President Ahmadinejad has said Iran does ...
 U.N. forced to cut food aid to Sudan  West urges tougher line on Iran Apr.29  Iran: Checks resume if U.N. drops case

May 2006 ... more > Top ^
May.1  UN powers to review Iran atom row May.3 Sec. Council receives draft Iran resolution May.4  UN to quiz Washington on torture May.5  Annan presses Sudan over UN force May.6  U.N. troops all clear for Darfur May.7  Protests greet UN's Egeland  UN force 'vital' for peace May.8  U.N. envoy flees mob May.25  Iran to U.S.: Stop bluster, let's talk May.31  World hasn't met AIDS targets

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Jun.14  UN told of mass Darfur killings Jun.18  UN fears new conflict in Somalia Jun.20 Taylor on way to Hague for trial


July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.5 Outcry over N Korea missile test
Jul.10  Top Serbs tried for Kosovo crimes Security Council split on N Korea Jul.12  China warns of veto over N Korea Jul.15   Sec. Council votes for N. Korea sanctions  The Security Council demanded that N. Korea suspend its ballistic missile program Jul.17  UN calls for Lebanon peace force Jul.23 UN appalled by Beirut devastation Jul.24  UN launches Lebanese aid appeal Jul.25     Israeli airstrike hits U.N. observer post  The strike is killing at least two of the agency's observers, according to the U.N. Interim Force in Lebanon Jul.27  UN 'shock' at Lebanon bomb deaths Jul.28  U.S. under fire for secret prisons  UN calls for aid truce in Lebanon

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Aug.5 U.S., France draft truce deal goes to U.N.
Security Council considers truce plan Aug.7 Lebanon proposes plan to end violence Aug.8 Arab League takes concerns to U.N.  UN powers re-think Lebanon draft Aug.11  U.N.'very close to Lebanon cease-fire plan     U.N. adopts Mideast deal  The Security Council unanimously approved a proposal aimed at ending the conflict between Israel and Hezbollah Aug.12  U.N.: Cease-fire begins Monday Aug.15  UN aims for advance Lebanon force Aug.17     States pledge troops for Lebanon  Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia and Nepal are prepared to offer troops for the expanded peace force Aug.18  Israel alarm at UN force members Plea for European peacekeepers Aug.19 Lebanon truce shaky after battle Aug.22     Iran hands U.N. nuclear response  The response includes an offer to return immediately to negotiations on nuclear program in the coming days  Lebanon truce 'fragile', warns UN Aug.23 Syria warns over UN peacekeepers Aug.25 Annan: EU living up to Lebanon promise Aug.27  Annan to follow up Lebanese truce Aug.29     Annan tours devastated south Lebanon  U.N. Secretary-General warned that all sides must fully implement Security Council resolution 1701  Annan urges Israel to end siege Aug.30 Annan visits Olmert  UN denounces Israel cluster bombs Aug.31     Sanctions loom, Iran keeps enriching  U.N. report: The threat of sanctions has not convinced Iran to stop enriching uranium

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Sep.4 UN 'to mediate in soldiers row'
Sep.12  UNCTAD: Palestinian economy in danger Sep.13  Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster Sep.14  IAEA: US Iran report dishonest Sep.18  Annan: Iraq in 'grave danger' of civil war Sep.19 Bush: freedom or extremism Iranian president takes on U.S., Israel Sep.21     Abbas: Israel will be recognized  Palestinian President told the General Assembly that the planned national unity government will recognize Israel Sep.27  Bosnia Serb jailed for war crimes

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Oct.2     Korean looks likely as Annan's successor  South Korea's foreign minister Ban Ki-moon has cemented his position as the near-certain successor Oct.4  World calls for North Korea restraint Oct.5   Sudan letter draws condemnations  The letter is warning African and Arab nations not to send peacekeepers to Darfur Oct.9     S Korean proposed as new UN chief
  Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon has been nominated by the Security Council as the successor to Kofi Annan   Outcry at N Korea 'nuclear test'
  Security Council members are meeting to discuss their reaction Oct.10 China urges UN action on N Korea  UN debates action over N Korea Oct.13  Talks on North Korea sanctions heat up     South Korean named U.N. leader
  The General Assembly has appointed S. Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon to serve as the next secretary-general
 Ban, 62, will be the 8th secretary general and the first from Asia since U Thant of Burma. Kofi Annan second 5-year term expires at the end of this year. Ban Ki-moon was one of 7 candidates bidding to be the U.N. chief.
 Exodus in Iraq forces priority shift Oct.14   U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions.    The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its dra...
Oct.16     No winner for seat  Venezuela and Guatemala deadlocked in their battle, after 10 rounds of voting failed Rice: Resolution sends 'clear message' North Korea condemns UN sanctions Oct.22   Sudan expels U.N. envoy for blog Map of Khartoum Sudan  The government gave Jan Pronk, who has openly criticized Khartoum as well as rebels, three days to leave Oct.24  Venezuela may end Sec. Council bid Oct.25  U.N. draft targets Iran's missiles Oct.26  Sudan slams envoy to Sudan  UN initiates arms trade agreement

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1     Venezuela, Guatemala quit race
  Guatemala and Venezuela agreed to withdraw from the race for a seat on the Security Council and support Panama Nov.10  Bolton's U.N. nomination opposed again Nov.11  Suu Kyi leaves home to meet U.N. envoy Nov.15  UN: Climate change deniers 'out of time' Nov.22  U.N. to probe Gemayel slaying  Egeland: 'Meltdown' in Darfur Nov.27  Annan: Iraqis 'almost' in civil war

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Dec.3  UN chief tells of Iraq war sorrow Dec.4   Controversial US envoy Bolton quits post   The US ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton is to leave his post when his temporary appointment runs out Dec.22  Britain, France push for vote on Iran     Sudan agrees to U.N. peacekeeping plan  The government has accepted the package for Darfur, including the deployment of an operation of U.N. and AU troops Dec.23   Security Council approves Iran sanctions
  The Council voted unanimously to impose sanctions for refusing to suspend uranium enrichment.    The resolution orders countries to stop supplying Iran with materials and technology contributed to nuclear and missile programs. It freezes Iranian assets of related to those programs. ...
Dec.24 Ahmadinejad: U.N. will regret sanctions
Dec.27  Somalia peace hopes stalled