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Without firm action on gender equality, women’s empowerment, world may miss development targets

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Without speedy progress on gender equality and real action to end pervasive discrimination against women and girls, the global community will not be able to keep the promise to ‘leave no one behind’ on the road to ending poverty, protecting the planet and advancing prosperity by 2030, according to a new United Nations report launched on Wednesday.

ICC to open separate initial examinations of Philippines ‘war on drugs;’ Venezuela protests

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The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced on Thursday that she will open preliminary examinations into the so-called “war on drugs” campaign launched by the Government of the Philippines and, separately analyze alleged crimes committed by Venezuela related to the demonstrations and ongoing political unrest there.

ICC to open separate initial examinations of Philippines ‘war on drugs;’ Venezuela protests

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The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced on Thursday that she will open preliminary examinations into the so-called “war on drugs” campaign launched by the Government of the Philippines and, separately analyze alleged crimes committed by Venezuela related to the demonstrations and ongoing political unrest there.

UN calls on Maldives to respect Supreme Court decision, says ‘ready’ to help ease political impasse

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Following the Maldives’ Supreme Court decision ordering the release of convicted opposition leaders and the reinstatement of 12 parliamentarians, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has expressed the world body’s continued readiness to facilitate all-party talks in finding a solution to the Indian Ocean nation’s political stalemate.

UN calls on Maldives to respect Supreme Court decision, says &#39ready&#39 to help ease political impasse

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Following the Maldives&#39 Supreme Court decision ordering the release of convicted opposition leaders and the reinstatement of 12 parliamentarians, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has expressed the world body&#39s continued readiness to facilitate all-party talks in finding a solution to the Indian Ocean nation&#39s political stalemate.

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