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UN climate talks kick off in Lima amid grim scientific warnings

The world's nations gathered in the Peruvian capital Lima on Monday in a renewed push for a deal to roll back carbon emissions threatening future generations. The 12-day talks under…

WORLD: ISIS militant claims group has nuclear weapon

ISIS has reportedly developed a nuclear weapon made from radioactive material stolen from an Iraqi University, according to a militant who claims insider knowledge. Hamayun Tariq, a British ISIS fighter…

New corruption allegations against FIFA over World Cup bidding process

Further allegations of corruption have been made against international soccer's governing body, FIFA, in connection to the bidding processes for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments, which were awarded…

On World AIDS day, UN Secretary-General cites progress, but gains remain “fragile”

Email this page December 1st, 2014 (VOA) U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is praising the progress the world has made in combating AIDS, but warns “the gains remain fragile.” In a statement…

WHO Ebola meeting to consider altering responses to outbreak

Officials from the World Health Organization are due to brief reporters Thursday after a meeting to review the latest developments in the Ebola outbreak that has killed about 4,900 people in West…

Oxfam: Ebola could be ‘disaster of our generation’

The international aid agency Oxfam is appealing to European Union foreign ministers to do more to fight Ebola; a disease Oxfam said could be the "definitive humanitarian disaster of our…

WHO paints grim Ebola picture, says 10,000 new cases per week possible

The World Health Organization has warned that as many as 10,000 new cases a week of Ebola could develop in the three hardest-hit West African countries by early December. President…

IMF members call for bold action to boost global economic recovery

The International Monetary Fund’s member countries said Saturday bold action was needed to bolster the global economic recovery, and they urged governments to foster growth by avoiding the tightening of…

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