Situation remains grim for civilians in Syria & other topics - Press Briefing (21 June 2017)

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Daily Press Briefing: Syria, Senior Personnel Appointments, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Afghanistan, Colombia, Humanitarian Appeal, Nigeria, Migration, Yoga, Honour Roll, Press Event
Noon Briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesperson for the UN Secretary General.
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-SECRETARY-GENERAL SOUNDS ALARM ON ‘PERILOUS’ PLIGHT OF CIVILIANS IN SYRIA’S RAQQA
-SENIOR U.N. OFFICIALS APPOINTED FOR COUNTER-TERRORISM, POLICY
-SOUTH SUDAN: THOUGH FAMINE EASING, U.N. WARNS SITUATION REMAINS DIRE
-U.N. MISSION REPORTS CLASHES IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC’S BRIA
-WORSENING SECURITY SITUATION BRINGS POLITICAL TENSIONS TO FORE, U.N. AFGHANISTAN ENVOY TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL
-U.N. SPEAKS OUT AGAINST CONTINUED DETENTION OF STAFF MEMBER IN COLOMBIA
-RECORD 141 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE NEED HUMANITARIAN AID – U.N. RELIEF WING
-SENIOR U.N. OFFICIAL WARNS RETURNS OF NIGERIAN REFUGEES TO BANKI NOT ‘SUSTAINABLE’
-U.N. ENVOY URGES COOPERATION TO INCREASE LEGAL PATHWAYS TO REGULAR MIGRATION
-WORLD POVERTY COULD BE SLASHED BY HALF IF ALL ADULTS HAVE SECONDARY EDUCATION – U.N.E.S.C.O
-U.N. MARKS INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA
-TONGA BECOMES 109TH MEMBER STATE TO PAY U.N. DUES IN FULL
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