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B. 01-02 New U.N. chief Ban Ki moon takes over UN
2. 03-22 UN chief shaken by blast Baghdad
3. 05-30 UN approves Hariri assassination tribunal UN Security Council
E. 07-31 U.N. troops will go to Darfur UN Security Council
5. 12-11 At least 62 killed in blasts, targeted U.N. Algeria
12-25 Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials Helmand

Summary.     Click for More >   Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials  One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban
New U.N. chief Ban Ki moon takes over Serbia guilty of failing to prevent genocide UN chief shaken by blast New sanctions on Iran approved Deal struck at UN climate talks Zimbabwe to chair major UN body UN reports ongoing Iran defiance   UN approves Hariri assassination tribunal  In a challenge to Syria, the Security Council voted to set up a court to prosecute the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Taylor boycotts 'charade' trial U.N.: Refugee numbers to rise U.N. peacekeepers killed U.N.: N. Korea reactor shut down UN probes 'abuse' U.N. troops will go to Darfur   The Council voted unanimously to authorize up to 26,000 troops and police in an effort to stop attacks on millions of displaced civilians UN approves expanded Iraq mission Ahmadinejad slams 'arrogant' powers U.N. envoy arrives in Myanmar Aid stopped after kidnap U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate HIV estimates reduced to 33m At least 62 killed in blasts, targeted U.N.   2 car bombs ripped through the capital in what appeared to be targeted attacks on government and United Nations buildings   Climate deal sealed by US U-turn
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  Delegates at the UN summit have agreed a deal on curbing climate change after days of bitter wrangling.    US had wanted firmer commitments from developing countries. EU and US agreed that industrialized countries would not set firm emissi...
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  New U.N. chief Ban Ki moon takes over  Starting his first day of work, new Secretary-General vowed to end mistrust of the United Nations Criticism of Iraq hangings grows   Serbia guilty of failing to prevent genocide  The International Court of Justice clears Serbia of direct responsibility and complicity in the case   UN chief shaken by blast  A blast interrupted a Ban Ki-moon news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki Ahmadinejad cancels Sec. Council visit New sanctions on Iran approved   Iran's foreign minister rejected a unanimous vote by the Security Council because of refusal to suspend its uranium enrichment program Deal struck at UN climate talks   Experts at a climate change conference in Bangkok have reached a deal on the ways to combat global warming Zimbabwe to chair major UN body   Zimbabwe has been elected to head the commission on Sustainable Economic Development despite strong objections from West   UN reports ongoing Iran defiance  IAEA: Iran is continuing to defy UN demands to stop enriching uranium and is expanding the work   UN approves Hariri assassination tribunal


January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2  
Jan.3  UN appeals to Iraq on executions
Jan.5  UN in new peace drive for Darfur
 Tanzania's Migiro is U.N. deputy
Jan.6  UN urges stay of Iraq executions
Jan.8  UN makes $60m Iraq refugee appeal
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Jan.26  UN boss starts Africa tour in DRC


February 2007 ... more > Top ^
Feb.9  UN troops flood into slum
 U.N. nuclear watchdog slashes aid to Iran
Feb.23  Iran ignored U.N. ultimatum
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March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.14  Breakthrough on Iran sanctions
Mar.15  Ahmadinejad wants to address U.N.
Mar.20  World 'ignoring Iraqi refugees'
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Mar.24  
 UN envoy barred from camp
Mar.25  Ahmadinejad rejects U.N. sanctions
 U.N. envoy: 'Fragile' balance in Darfur
Mar.29  UN voices 'concern' on UK sailors


April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4  UN urges better tsunami response
Apr.5  Warming 'already changing world'
Apr.16  Ban hails Sudan's UN troops move
Apr.19  Somalia faces aid crisis, says UN
Apr.25  UN criticises Iraq human rights
Apr.27  Liberia loses 'blood diamonds' label


May 2007 ... more > Top ^
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May.9  Fears of top UN role for Zimbabwe
May.11  
May.12  3 killed in bombings as U.N. official visits
May.22  UN troops 'traded gold for guns'
 Unicef appeal for Iraqi children
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May.24  UN warns on Iran nuclear schedule
May.30  
  In a challenge to Syria, the Security Council voted to set up a court to prosecute the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister.    The resolution was adopted by 10 votes to 0, with abstentions from Russia, China, South A...


June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.4     Taylor boycotts 'charade' trial  Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is calling war crimes trial in The Hague a 'charade' in a letter read by his lawyer who later walked...  UN warning over global ice loss Jun.12  Serb jailed over ethnic cleansing Jun.14  Kurt Waldheim dies Jun.17  Sudan 'backs UN-led Darfur force' Jun.18  Iraq drives up refugee count, U.N. says Jun.19   U.N.: Refugee numbers to rise  The numbers of people driven from their homes by violence, poverty and natural disasters across the world is almost certain to rise in the ... Jun.23  Unesco to decide heritage sites Jun.24     U.N. peacekeepers killed  A suspected car bomb, that was remotely detonated, struck a patrol, killing five Spanish peacekeepers Jun.26 UN 'will visit' N Korea reactor Jun.27  UN issues desertification warning Jun.29  U.N. monitors satisfied with visit

July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.9 IAEA approves N. Korea mission
Jul.11  Amnesty seeks UN probe on Lebanon Jul.15   U.N.: N. Korea reactor shut down  ElBaradei: The inspectors have verified that North Korea has shut down its sole functioning nuclear reactor Jul.20  Kosovo vote plan put on hold   UN probes 'abuse'  The United Nations is investigating allegations of widespread sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers Jul.27 U.N. to probe gorilla deaths Jul.28  UN requires 'better' peacekeepers Jul.30  U.N.: Gang rape 'rampant' in Congo Jul.31   U.N. troops will go to Darfur
  The Council voted unanimously to authorize up to 26,000 troops and police in an effort to stop attacks on millions of displaced civilians


August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  U.N. considers bigger role in Iraq Aug.9  UN warns over Gaza economic woe Aug.10   UN approves expanded Iraq mission  The Council has unanimously approved a resolution calling for a greater UN mandate in Iraq Aug.14  UN chief pledges North Korea aid Aug.29 U.N.: Cholera outbreak

September 2007 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3  U.N. for rapid deployment in Darfur Sep.8  Afghan bombers 'foreigners' - UN Sep.11  Syria complains about Israeli airstrike Sep.21 U.N. envoy to Myanmar amid protests
Sep.22  Talks pursue Iraq rescue plan Sep.23 U.N. considers greater role in Iraq Mid-East Quartet holds key talks  Rice: Syria may attend peace conference  World leaders at climate summit Sep.25  UN chief calls for global action     Ahmadinejad slams 'arrogant' powers   The nuclear issue in Iran is 'now closed' Iranian President said in an address loaded with broadsides against 'selfish and incompetent' powe... Sep.26 UN urges restraint on Burma junta Maliki: Reconciliation stronger than terror Sep.28 UN envoy heading for Burma talks Sep.29   U.N. envoy arrives in Myanmar  Ibrahim Gambari arrived for talks with senior government officials aimed at finding a peaceful resolution to clashes Sep.30 UN envoy seeks junta talks

October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1 U.N. condemns deadly Darfur attack
Foreign Minister blames 'opportunists' Oct.2  U.N. envoy in second Suu Kyi talks Oct.5  U.N. chief slams Myanmar violence  West puts UN pressure on Burmese Oct.11  Security Council rebukes Burma Oct.12 Gore shares Nobel Prize with U.N. panel Oct.14  UN envoy attacks Mid-East Quartet Oct.17   Aid stopped after kidnap Map of Mogadishu Somalia  The UN has stopped distributing food in Mogadishu, after government troops abducted the local head of the World Food Program Oct.23 U.N. food chief released Oct.29 Israel's Gaza fuel cuts alarm UN

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2  S Lanka troops 'abused Haitians' Nov.4  U.N. envoy in talks with junta Nov.6 UN chief and Pakistan envoy clash
Nov.7  UN official expelled Nov.8 U.N. claims progress in Myanmar Nov.10  U.N. chief sees Antarctic meltdown Nov.13  UN envoy praises changes in Burma Nov.14 Darfur mission 'may fail' says UN Nov.15  U.N. losing grip on Iran nuke plan Nov.17   U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate   Climate change is 'severe and so sweeping that only urgent, global action' can head it off, a scientific panel said in a report on global warming Nov.20   HIV estimates reduced to 33m
  The UN has reduced its estimates of how many people are infected with HIV in 2007 from nearly 40m to 33m Nov.26  UN arms embargoes 'ineffective' Nov.27  Sudan 'blocking' Darfur mission

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3  UN says Somalia needs more help Dec.4 China questions UN Iran sanctions
Dec.6 Sudan rejects UN Darfur criticism Dec.10  Kosovo defiant as U.N. talks fail Draft targets Iran military, bank Dec.11   At least 62 killed in blasts, targeted U.N.
  2 car bombs ripped through the capital in what appeared to be targeted attacks on government and United Nations buildings.    The first explosion blew apart a bus packed with students in the Ben Aknoun district. At least one U.N. worker has been confirmed dead, ...
'Crunch time' for climate change
Dec.14 Climate talks 'on brink' of deal     Climate deal sealed by US U-turn
  Delegates at the UN summit have agreed a deal on curbing climate change after days of bitter wrangling
 US had wanted firmer commitments from developing countries. EU and US agreed that industrialized countries would not set firm emissions targets. The roadmap initiates a 2-year process of negotiations to agree a new set of emissions targets to replace those in Kyoto
Dec.19 Ethiopia PM attacks UN on Somalia  Kosovo deadlock talks fail Dec.25     Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials
  One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban
Dec.31  U.N. takes control of Darfur peacekeeping