RECURRENT violence In Nigeria, including the recent killings in Jos and the bombing of the United Nations (UN) Building in Abuja continue to draw the ire of the international community. Yesterday, the UN raised its voice against renewed acts of violence in the country.
Two important organs of the world body spoke through two top UN officials. The outgoing President of the General Assembly, Ambassador Joseph Deiss, who had spoken on Thursday afternoon at a valedictory press conference in New York ...
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Added September 09, 2011
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