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Opening of diplomatic relations between Germany and the Order of Malta

11/15/2017. “I would like to express my deep gratitude for the great work of the Federal Republic of Germany in relieving human suffering", the Grand Chancellor Albrecht Boeselager.

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UN Security Council urges more protections for children in conflicts

10/31/2017. Mr. Guterres said children around the world are suffering “enormously and unacceptably,” resulting in “global shame.

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Child safety summit reflects Pope’s power to convene

10/04/2017. The Vatican has had to make its way in the world as a “soft power”.

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Audrey Azoulay nominated by UNESCO Executive Board for the post of Director-General

The nomination will be submitted to the vote of the General Conference on 10 November.

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World needs to move beyond ‘conceptual debate’

09/06/2017. António Guterres called for concrete action to protect the vulnerable

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Surge in diplomacy, action in mediation

06/30/2017. Explore ways and means to promote mediation as a prominent method of conflict prevention and resolution.

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Syria: to end a never-ending war

June 2017. The present paper aims to propose a strategy for the conflict’s resolution, and for leading Syria towards a stable political recovery.

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Not Without Dignity: Views of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon on return

06/09/2017. This report makes it clear that the restoration of dignity will be important to creating the necessary conditions for return and peaceful coexistence and building a stable post-war Syria one day.

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Macron pledges pragmatism and cooperation for Europe

06/21/2017. In his first interview, Emmanuel Macron sets out his international agenda on Syria, Trump, and European integration.

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‘Our peacekeepers are saving lives every day’

05/22/2015. More than 3,500 peacekeepers who have lost their lives in the service of peace since UN deployments began in 1948.

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