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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Caribbean country to help launch a $2.2 billion initiative to combat the controversial cholera outbreak.
Ban Ki-Moon recently visited Dominican Republic to urge legislators to find a humanitarian solution to a law that could leave thousands of resident Haitians stateless.
More than 300,000 protesters marched on Sept. 21 to demand action ahead of the United Nations Climate Summit this week.
"Nelson Mandela showed what is possible for our world, and within each one of us, if we believe a dream and work together for justice and humanity," the secretary-general said.
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told reporters that the Syrian death toll had spiraled to 100,000 from 93,000 in just over a month. He has appealed for a peace conference between both parties in the conflict.
In this week's global news, Ban Ki-moon reveals the U.N.'s findings on the chemical attack in Syria; a mass shooting in the Washington Navy Yard leaves several people dead; a teen girl goes for her Masters of Science in India; plus, more.
Keep up to date as the decades-old conflict continues to unfold in the Middle East.
People around the world give 67 minutes of service for Madiba's 67 years.
The Republic of South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, but instead of basking in its new found sovereignty, political and tribal wars have the nation struggling to maintain peace.
On Wednesday, Sept. 4, President Barack Obama embarked on a three-day trip to Europe to garner broad international backing for his plan to launch a missile attack inside Syria.