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UN Audio: Today's News Update From The UN

UN Audio: Today's News Update From The United Nations

Scoop Audio.UN Audio: (click here to listen) Security Council Continues Discussion on US Draft - China Says North Korea Should Face "Some Punitive Actions" - Congolese Armed Forces Remain Main Human Rights Violators in DRC: UN - UNICEF Remains Concerned About Cluster Bombs in Lebanon - UNHCR to Move Thousands of Sudanese Refugees Deeper into Chad - More Somali Refugees Pour into Kenya – FEATURES: Civil Society Reacts to Reported North Korean Nuclear Test - New Manual on Fighting Trafficking in Persons - How Micro-Credit Improves the Lives of Rural Women in Kenya - Making Clean Water and Sanitation a Development Priority

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