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UN Chief Hopes Those Behind Rice Farm Massacre in Nigeria to Be Brought to JusticeMOSCOW (Sputnik) - UN chief Antonio Guterres has decried an armed attack on labourers working in rice fields in northeastern Nigeria, which left dozens killed..
Myanmar votes in election likely to favor Suu Kyi
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Libya ceasefire: UN chief hails fundamental step towards peace
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Divided world is failing COVID-19 test: U.N. Chief
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UN: Antonio Guterres says Libya's peace at stake, urges ceasefire
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At least 110 civilians killed in ‘gruesome’ Nigeria massacre
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110 civilians killed in 'Boko Haram attack' in northeast Nigeria: UNThe United Nations (UN) says at least 110 people have been killed in a weekend attack in northeast Nigeria by the Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group. Initial..
UN: 110 civilians killed in Nigeria attack
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UN calls for restraint after Iranian scientist assassinatedThe United Nations has urged for restraint after the assassination of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh near Tehran on Friday. While the body said it..
Labour will abstain vote on Covid tier restrictions
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WHO worried COVID 'amnesia' will lead to another pandemicThe World Health Organisation's top emergency expert said on Monday (November 30) that the world risked future pandemics if it suffered "amnesia" and did not..
India’s Covid count in November lowest in 4 months, number of deaths least since JuneIndia recorded 12.8 lakh new Covid-19 cases in November, the lowest count in four months, while deaths from the virus were the least in five months since June...
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