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UN's Ban skeptical Assad will keep chemical arms deal
UN's Ban skeptical Assad will keep chemical arms deal

UN leader Ban Ki-moon said Friday he shares international doubts that Syria's President Bashar al-Assad will respect an international deal on his country's chemical weapons.

UN's Ban skeptical Assad will keep chemical arms deal
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Peace and war have to be decided based on international law: Nazarbayev

Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev has met with the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

Peace and war have to be decided based on international law: Nazarbayev
Syria chemical attack would be 'crime against humanity': Ban
Syria chemical attack would be 'crime against humanity': Ban

The use of chemical weapons in Syria would constitute a "crime against humanity", adding there was "no time to lose" in investigating an alleged attack which the opposition says killed hundreds.

Syria chemical attack would be 'crime against humanity': Ban
Central African Republic poses 'serious threat': UN
Central African Republic poses 'serious threat': UN

The UN Security Council warned Wednesday that turmoil in the Central African Republic poses a "serious threat" to the country and the region, and urged new measures to restore stability.

Central African Republic poses 'serious threat': UN
UN recommends targeted sanctions in Central Africa
UN recommends targeted sanctions in Central Africa

UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon recommended to the Security Council Friday that sanctions be taken against elements of the Seleka coalition responsible for reprisal attacks in the Central African Republic.

UN recommends targeted sanctions in Central Africa
Syria on menu as Ban, Russia FM hold working dinner
Syria on menu as Ban, Russia FM hold working dinner

UN chief Ban Ki-moon emphasized the need to find a political solution to the Syrian conflict when he met Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday.

Syria on menu as Ban, Russia FM hold working dinner
Ban warns Egyptian leaders over demonstration deaths
Ban warns Egyptian leaders over demonstration deaths

UN leader Ban Ki-moon warned Egypt's interim leadership on Sunday that every death in demonstrations is making it harder to drag the country out of its crisis.

Ban warns Egyptian leaders over demonstration deaths
Major powers struggle to agree on Syria conference: envoys
Major powers struggle to agree on Syria conference: envoys

Failure to agree on who will take part in an international conference on the Syria could thwart hopes that the make-or-break meeting will be held in June.

Major powers struggle to agree on Syria conference: envoys
Arab League rejects Ban call to end Syria arms supplies
Arab League rejects Ban call to end Syria arms supplies

UN leader Ban Ki-moon appealed Monday for an end to outside arms supplies to rival sides in the Syrian war but the Arab League chief said that would not be possible.

Arab League rejects Ban call to end Syria arms supplies
Ban says W. Sahara risks being drawn into Mali war
Ban says W. Sahara risks being drawn into Mali war

UN leader Ban Ki-Moon called Monday for urgent international efforts to end the Western Sahara conflict because of fears the Mali war will spill over into the Moroccan-occupied territory.

Ban says W. Sahara risks being drawn into Mali war
Ban says 11,200 peacekeepers needed for Mali
Ban says 11,200 peacekeepers needed for Mali

Up to 11,200 troops could be needed for a peacekeeping mission in Mali but a "parallel" military force will have to battle radical Islamists.

Ban says 11,200 peacekeepers needed for Mali
UN chief says chemical weapon use would be 'outrageous'
UN chief says chemical weapon use would be 'outrageous'

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon "remains convinced that the use of chemical weapons by any party (in Syria) under any circumstances would constitute an outrageous crime".

UN chief says chemical weapon use would be 'outrageous'
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon (L) and Syria mediator Lakhdar Brahimi. ©REUTERS/Evan Schneider
Ban says Syria nearing 'complete destruction'

International governments must act quickly to stop Syria's "complete destruction," UN leader Ban Ki-Moon warned Monday as the conflict entered a third year.

Ban says Syria nearing 'complete destruction'
Syria rebels seize UN peacekeepers, take key city
Syria rebels seize UN peacekeepers, take key city

Negotiations were under way with Syrian rebels who seized 21 UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights ceasefire zone between Syria and Israel, as rebels took total control of the key northern city of Raqa.

Syria rebels seize UN peacekeepers, take key city
Movement in nuclear talks, but onus on Iran: UN chief
Movement in nuclear talks, but onus on Iran: UN chief

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Friday that the ball remained in Iran's court over its contested nuclear programme, though he was encouraged by new feelers being put out by Tehran and the West.

Movement in nuclear talks, but onus on Iran: UN chief
DRC peace agreement to be signed February 24: UN
DRC peace agreement to be signed February 24: UN

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will attend a signing ceremony next week in Addis Ababa for an accord aimed at pacifying the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

DRC peace agreement to be signed February 24: UN
UN leader worried by guerrilla fightback in Mali
UN leader worried by guerrilla fightback in Mali

UN leader Ban Ki-moon said Thursday he is worried by a guerrilla fightback in Mali and that no firm decision has been made to send a peacekeeping force there.

UN leader worried by guerrilla fightback in Mali
N. Korea nuclear test could 'tie hands' of South: Ban
N. Korea nuclear test could 'tie hands' of South: Ban

UN leader Ban Ki-moon warned Thursday that a nuclear test by North Korea could blow up hopes of an eventual reconciliation by "tying the hands" of the South's incoming president.

N. Korea nuclear test could 'tie hands' of South: Ban
UN chief Ban Ki-moon arrives in Baghdad: TV
UN chief Ban Ki-moon arrives in Baghdad: TV

UN chief Ban Ki-moon arrived in Baghdad on Thursday for talks with Iraqi leaders, state television said, after a visit to Kuwait in which he called for a new era in relations between the two countries.

UN chief Ban Ki-moon arrives in Baghdad: TV
Britain recognises Syria opposition as fighting rages
Britain recognises Syria opposition as fighting rages

Britain formally recognised a newly-formed opposition bloc as the sole representative of the Syrian people on Tuesday, as UN head Ban Ki-moon said he feared Syria could become a "regional battleground."

Britain recognises Syria opposition as fighting rages