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  1. Calls for sustained peace efforts in Yemen as cholera outbreak worsens

    - UN News

    The suffering of civilians in Yemen, a country enduring nearly a decade of conflict, remains severe and is worsened by a growing cholera outbreak, the UN’s top humanitarian official cautioned on Monday.

  2. Nearly 2,000 children killed in Ukraine war: UNICEF

    - UN News

    Nearly 2,000 children in Ukraine have lost their lives amidst ongoing and escalating war, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Monday, citing UN-verified data.

  3. Rafah exodus reaches 360,000 as UN underscores $2.8 billion aid appeal for Gaza, West Bank

    - UN News

    Nearly 360,000 people have fled Rafah in the last week amid continuing Israeli bombardment that has crippled humanitarian aid deliveries and is believed to have killed another UN aid worker, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, said on Monday.

  4. Countless lives at stake in Sudan’s El Fasher, warn UN aid teams

    - UN News

    Reports have been coming in that a hospital in Sudan’s North Darfur has been damaged in a heavy uptick of hostilities, leaving two youngsters dead and fanning renewed famine fears, UN aid teams have said.

  5. Gaza: We must prevent a large-scale offensive in Rafah, UN pleads

    - UN News

    The Secretary-General and the UN human rights chief said again on Sunday that a large-scale Israeli offensive in Rafah must be prevented at all costs, warning of catastrophic consequences in the densely populated southern area in Gaza.

  6. UNRWA staff ‘not going anywhere’ despite forced closure of East Jerusalem compound

    - UN News

    Two arson attacks and growing protests forced UN Palestine refugee agency UNRWA to temporarily close its office in East Jerusalem this week, but its vital work will continue as war rages in Gaza and violence rises in the West Bank, Senior Communications Manager Jonathan Fowler told UN News on Friday.

  7. In Nairobi, Guterres reiterates appeal for end to Gaza war

    - UN News

    With the situation in Rafah “on a knife’s edge”, UN Secretary-General António Guterres appealed again on Friday for Israeli and Hamas leaders “to demonstrate political courage and spare no effort” in reaching an agreement to end the war in Gaza and free all hostages.

  8. UPDATING LIVE: General Assembly to hold emergency session on Israel-Palestine crisis

    - UN News

    The UN General Assembly is set to convene again at 10:00 AM New York time for an emergency special session on the Gaza crisis with the fate hundreds of thousands of civilians in Rafah hanging in the balance as Israeli forces continue their advance on the southern city.

  9. Gaza: As exodus from Rafah continues, UN urges reopening of aid lines

    - UN News

    With no let-up in the Israeli military operation in Gaza’s southernmost city of Rafah into Friday, UN humanitarians issued renewed calls for a ceasefire as “the only hope” to avert further bloodshed and restore desperately needed aid deliveries.

  10. ‘Outrageous’ arson attack forces UNRWA to temporarily shutter East Jerusalem compound

    - UN News

    The head of the UN Palestine refugee agency (UNRWA) has temporarily closed its headquarters in occupied East Jerusalem after an arson attack on Thursday following weeks of protests.

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