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Audio: Today's News Update From The United Nations

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

Scoop Audio.UN Audio: (click here to listen) More People Experiencing Hunger Every Year: Ziegler - Annan Concerned About Increasing Violence in Run up DRC Vote - UN Mission Reinforces Security for Sunday's Poll in DRC - Pronk to Return to Sudan until the End of the Year: UN - UN Official Urges New Efforts to Protect Women - UNHCR to Resume Transfer of Somali Refugees to Camps in Kenya – SPECIAL FEATURES: Protecting Human Rights While Combating Terrorism - Secretary-General Designate Ban Ki-moon Talks About His Style Of Politics

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