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Briefing Security Council, senior officials urge UN system-wide approach to early warning, conflict prevention
By Online Editor
3:56 pm GMT+12, 22/08/2014, United States
The Security Council today expressed its commitment to consider and use the tools of the United Nations system to ensure that warning signals about potential conflicts trigger “early, concrete preventive action,” as senior UN officials urged the body to take up the challenge of helping… Read more

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