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UN experts deplore South Carolina killin New York, June 20 (IBNS) In the wake of the 'appalling' attack that left nine African Americans dead at church in South Carolina, a group of UN human rights experts on Friday called for prompt action by authorities in the United States to investigate the hate crimes and urged measures to prevent gun violence affecting the security of African-Americans, their communities and wider society as well. 20-Jun-2015
Ban condemns killings in South Carolina New York, Jun 19 (IBNS): United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the apparently racially motivated killings at an historic African American church in South Carolina in the southern United States, and expressed the hope that those responsible for such a 'hateful act of violence' will be brought to justice. 19-Jun-2015
Washington: WHO and partners convene sum New York, Jun 10 (IBNS): With more two-thirds of the world’s population living in countries that do not produce reliable statistics on mortality by age, sex and cause of death, the World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners are leading an international collaboration in measurement and accountability for global public health over the next 15 years. 10-Jun-2015
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