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COP23 & other topics - Daily briefing (6 November 2017)

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Daily Press Briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General.
Highlights:
- U.N. CLIMATE CHANGE OPENS IN BONN, GERMANY
- 2017 SET TO BE SECOND HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD – U.N.
- U.N. CHIEF TO HIGHLIGHT NEED FOR STRATEGIC THINKING AT WEB SUMMIT IN PORTUGAL
- SECURITY SITUATION REMAINS VOLATILE IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - U.N. OFFICIAL
- CURRENT HARVEST SEASON WON’T END HUNGER CRISIS IN SOUTH SUDAN – U.N. AND PARTNERS
- SECRETARY-GENERAL CONCERNED BY RESGNATION OF LEBANESE PRIME MINISTER
- U.N. OFFICIAL RENEWS CALL FOR PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS IN YEMEN FOLLOWING CONTINUED VIOLENCE
- NEARLY 3,000 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DISPLACED IN LIBYA DUE TO CLASHES IN WARSHAFANA – U.N.
- SHORTAGE OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES IN GAZA CONTINUES TO DETERIORATE - U.N. AGENCY
- CIVILIAN DISPLACEMENT IN IRAQ SLOWS DOWN FOLLOWING RECAPTURE OF KA’IM DISTRICT – U.N.
- IN HAITI, DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL EMPHASIZED NEED TO INVEST IN INFRASTRUCTURE
- U.N. POLICE WEEK KICKS OFF AT N.Y. HEADQUARTERS
- ON INTERNATIONAL DAY, U.N. SPOTLIGHTS NEED TO PREVENT ENVIRONMENT EXPLOITATION FROM FUELING CONFLICT
- GLOBAL COMPACT MUST FACILITATE, NOT CURTAIL, REGULAR MIGRATION - U.N. OFFICIAL
- VALERIE GUARNIERI OF U.S. APPOINTED AS WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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