French footballers have gone ballistic over French President François Hollande's musings revealed in a new book that collected a number of his controversial statements, including his advice that footballers need gym classes for the brain. Among ... Russia Today, 1 week ago
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Fourth Committee Hears Petitioners from Non-Self-Governing Territories,Including French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Gibraltar
MIL OSI United Nations Source: United Nations 4 Headline: A debate over the best interests of Non-Self-Governing Territories stimulated confrontational exchanges and elicited strong opinions from a broad range of representatives and petitioners ...Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 2 weeks ago
African governments and civil society should have both institutional and substantive expectations of the next UN Secretary General. The institutional expectations should focus on feasible reform of the United Nations itself. This would mean ...Singapore Star.com, 3 weeks ago
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