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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) UN Secretary-Designate Urges North Korea to Comply With Security Council Resolution - On World Food Day FAO Stresses Importance of Investment in Agriculture - Secretary-General Is Concerned About Eritrean Incursion into Security Zone - UNICEF Lebanese Government Launch Back To School Campaign - Secretary-General's Envoy Visits North Darfur in Sudan – SPECIAL FEATURES: UN Secretary-General Designate Ban Ki-moon - North Korea: UN Ambassador Pak Gil Yon explains why DPRK is building up its nuclear arsenal - Malaysia: One-Stop Centers provide victims of domestic violence multiple services under one roof.

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