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15 Apr 2019
Baring unforeseen circumstances, the United Nations is expected to vote on a new global environmental treaty during its yearly summit, which begins in September.
16 Dec 2018
President, United Nations General Assembly, María Fernanda Espinosa, yesterday, called on countries to forge uncommon partnerships to tackle rising conflicts and displacements across the world.
15 Dec 2018
'258 million migrants live outside home country of birth' President of the United Nations General Assembly María Fernanda Espinosa Saturday called on countries to forge uncommon partnerships to tackle rising conflicts and displacements across the world. Espinosa, an Ecuadorian who was elected President in September during the 73rd session of the Assembly, said this while…

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