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The killings in Malakal are one of several recent instances in which inquiries found that U.N. peacekeepers fell short of their mandate to protect civilians.

The international community has condemned the North's nuclear test and rocket launch as dangerous provocations and has declared that Pyongyang must pay for its actions.

United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees, António Guterres, is urging the international community to share the burden of Syria’s tragedy.

"In fact, it is ridiculous for such gay to sponsor dealing with others' human rights issue."

The dark situation in Yarmouk, Damascus.

People from all around the world were asked which six factors, out of 16 possibilities, would improve their lives and those of their families.

The report accuses North Korea of spying on its citizens, torturing them and banishing them to prison camps.

The United Nations cultural body does touch on U.S. interests.

The more states trade with China, the more they start voting with China (and against the U.S.) in the United Nations.

Obama wants to end the war and curb chemical weapons, but calls for contradictory action to achieve those goals.

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