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UN Spokesperson Apr 18
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UN Spokesperson Apr 18
Noon briefing today: latest on , announces release of over 200 children from armed groups in South Sudan - Live:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 17
The Secretary-General’s remarks in Riyadh to the press today:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 17
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UN Spokesperson Apr 17
The press in Riyadh waiting for Secretary-General
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UN Spokesperson Apr 17
The Secretary-General’s full remarks to the Counter-Terrorism Centre Advisory Board:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 17
Replying to @antonioguterres
No one is born a terrorist, and nothing justifies terrorism, but we know that factors such as unresolved conflicts, lack of the rule of law & socioeconomic marginalization can play a role in transforming grievances into destructive action -
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UN Spokesperson Apr 17
Military & security measures against terrorism are important, but we also need to address the underlying conditions that lure young men & women to violent extremism - tells Board members of Counter-terrorism Centre in Saudi Arabia
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UN Spokesperson Apr 16
In Riyadh, the Secretary-General visited the King Salman Humanitarian Centre and praised the organization's strong cooperation with UN agencies to provide support to people affected by conflict and natural disasters:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 16
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UN Spokesperson Apr 14
Read the full text of intervention on Syria at the Security Council this morning:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 14
Replying to @UN_Spokesperson
I call on all member states to act consistently with the UN Charter and with international law, including the norms against chemical weapons. If the law is ignored, it is undermined. There is no military solution to the crisis. The solution must be political.
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UN Spokesperson Apr 14
I urge all Member States to show restraint in these dangerous circumstances and to avoid any acts that could escalate matters and worsen the suffering of the Syrian people - at Saturday's meeting of the Security Council on Syria.
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UN Spokesperson Apr 14
In a few minutes will speak to the Security Council on the situation in Syria. Watch live:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 13
SG Antonio Guterres following air strikes in Syria, notes obligation to act consistently with UN Charter and international law:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 13
Noon briefing today: latest on , on attack on West Bank mosque, , on Live:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 13
The Secretary-General's full remarks to the Security Council on threats to international peace and security:
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UN Spokesperson Apr 13
Replying to @antonioguterres
. calls for a thorough investigation into the use of chemical weapons in Syria. "Their use is abhorrent & a clear violation of international law."
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UN Spokesperson Apr 13
Replying to @antonioguterres
For eight long years, the people of Syria have endured suffering upon suffering. I reiterate: there is no military solution to the conflict -
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