"The world can and must stop Ebola - now"
At the special UN meeting on Ebola, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the virus was raging and killing more than 200 people a day. "Today it is time for the international community to step up and help Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone continue on the path of development and stability," said the Secretary -General. We need a robust and united effort to stop the outbreak he said.
Action on climate change
The threat that climate change poses to peace, security and sustainable development has led UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to make it one of his key priorities. Addressing climate change is central to the work of the United Nations. To help advance action on climate change the Secretary-General is inviting world leaders to attend the Climate Summit at UN Headquarters in New York on 23 September 2014. More...
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