16 August, 2013
New York, Aug 15 (RDI IBNS): The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Wednesday voiced concern about the safety of journalists in Guatemala following the killing of a veteran radio personality in Zacapa.
31 July, 2013
New York, July 30 (RDI IBNS): Panama must continue to strengthen the rights of its indigenous people and ensure they are allowed to preserve their land and autonomy, a United Nations independent expert said Monday, raising concerns over the recent loss of large indigenous areas to third parties.
25 July, 2013
New York, July 24 (RDI IBNS): Sustainable development, climate change and security challenges were among the shared concerns highlighted during a two-day meeting between the United Nations system and the regional grouping known as the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), which wrapped up Tuesday in here.
25 July, 2013
New York, July 24 (RDI IBNS): The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom Tuesday deplored the recent murder of Mexican reporter Alberto López Bello and called for a full investigation into his assassination.
20 July, 2013
New York, July 19 (RDI IBNS): The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has condemned the recent murder of a Honduran broadcaster and called on the authorities to bring those responsible to justice.
06 June, 2013
New York, Jun 5 (RDI IBNS): A group of United Nations independent experts Tuesday called on the Government of El Salvador to reconsider its abortion legislation, following a ruling by the Supreme Court which denied the procedure to a seriously ill woman.
26 May, 2013
New York, May 25 (RDI IBNS): The United Nations human rights office Friday said it was “concerned” about the legal rights of Guatemalans after a high court overturned the 80 year prison sentence against former military leader, Efrain Ríos Montt.
17 May, 2013
May 16 (RDI IBNS): Establishing truth and justice in Guatemala is essential to ensuring that heinous crimes such as arbitrary executions, rape and forced displacement - committed during the country's civil war - do not take place again and to ending impunity, a group of independent United Nations experts said on Wednesday.
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