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UNAMA condemns attacks in Afghanistan & other topics - Daily Briefing (30 April 2018)

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Daily Press Briefing: Trip Announcement, Security Council, Afghanistan, Middle East, Syria, Somalia, South Sudan, Atomic Energy, Climate, Honour Roll
Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.
HIGHLIGHTS:
- U.N. CHIEF TO VISIT LONDON, VIENNA AND BRUSSELS THIS MONTH
- IN MYANMAR, U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL MEETS WITH SENIOR OFFICIALS
- U.N. STRONGLY CONDEMNS ATTACKS IN AFGHANISTAN WHICH TARGETED CIVILIANS AND JOURNALISTS
- UNITY ESSENTIAL TO FURTHER PALESTINIAN ASPIRATIONS FOR STATEHOOD - U.N. OFFICIAL
- SYRIA: U.N. CONCERNED FOR SAFETY OF CIVILIANS AS FIGHTING CONTINUES IN HOMS
- U.N. MISSION IN SOMALIA CONDEMNS SUICIDE BOMBING IN GAALKACYO
- SOME 430,000 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY FLOODS IN SOMALIA – U.N.
- TEN AID WORKERS HAVE BEEN FREED IN SOUTH SUDAN BUT ENVIRONMENT FOR HUMANITARIANS STILL UNSAFE – U.N.
- U.N. ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY REMOVES HIGHLY RADIOACTIVE SOURCES FROM FIVE SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES
- U.N. CLIMATE CHANGE NEGOTIATIONS KICK OFF IN BONN, GERMANY
- SPAIN AND TUVALU PAY THEIR U.N. BUDGET DUES
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