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  • South Korea Won, Stocks Drop on Concern North to Conduct New Nuclear Tests Mer Juin 3 2009
    The currency fell for a second day, while the Kospi stock index declined for four straight sessions after Yonhap News Agency reported South Korea isn’t ruling out the possibility the North will conduct further nuclear tests. The impact on financial markets from the nuclear test will be “limited,” Vice Finance Minister Hur Kyung Wook said.
  • UN chief sees 'violation' if N.Korea test confirmed Mer Juin 3 2009
    The U.N. chief said Monday that a second nuclear test by North Korea would represent 'quot;a clear violation'quot; of a United Nations Security Council resolution. read more
  • Leading article: North Korea returns to its game of nuclear blackmail Mer Juin 3 2009
    So closed is Pyongyang that it is impossible to say with any certainty what North Korea's bellicose gestures towards the outside world indicate about the internal politics of the regime. Yesterday's underground nuclear test has been interpreted by some as evidence of a power struggle sparked by Kim Jong-il's recent stroke.
  • NKorea nuke test threat to world peace: Obama Mer Juin 3 2009
    US President Barack Obama said North Korea's claimed nuclear test constituted a "threat to international peace and security" on Monday, and urged international action against the isolated state.
  • Ban Ki-Moon 'deeply disturbed' Mer Juin 3 2009
    UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on Pyongyang to respect UN Security Council resolution 1718, which demands that North Korea refrain from nuclear testing.
  • UN Security Council Condemns North Korea Nuclear Test at Emergency Session Mer Juin 3 2009
    “The members of the Security Council voiced their strong opposition to and condemnation” of the nuclear detonation and missile launch, Ambassadorof Russia, which holds the rotating presidency of the panel this month, told reporters after the meeting in New York.
  • UN chief deplores NKorea test as violation Mer Juin 3 2009
    UNITED NATIONS - The U.N. chief said he strongly deplored a second nuclear test by North Korea that clearly violated a United Nations Security Council resolution, as the council met in emergency sessi...
  • U.N. Chief Deplores N. Korea Test As Violation Mer Juin 3 2009
    The Security Council called an emergency session Monday after North Korea said it carried out a powerful underground nuclear test. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the test represents a "clear and grave violation" of Security Council resolutions.
  • UN chief deplores NKorea test as violation Mer Juin 3 2009
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. chief said he strongly deplored a second nuclear test by North Korea that clearly violated a United Nations Security Council resolution, as the council met in emergency session Monday to discuss the matter....
  • ISLANDERS HOKKAIDO DECLARATION Mer Juin 3 2009
     2. The PIF Leaders expressed their appreciation to the Prime Minister, the Government and the people of Japan for its excellent arrangements in hosting PALM 5, and for the courtesies extended to them during their stay. The PIF Leaders also expressed their gratitude to the Governor of Hokkaido....
  • UK & World News: North Korea conducts nuclear test Mer Juin 3 2009
    The United Nations Security Council is holding an emergency meeting to consider further possible sanctions against North Korea, after the secretive Communist state conducted a second nuclear weapons test.
  • World condemns new nuclear test by Pyongyang regime Mer Juin 3 2009
    US President Barack Obama led global condemnation of North Korea Monday, after the reclusive regime announced it had detonated a second nuclear device underground. Pyongyang's state-media announced it had carried out the test...
  • UN-SPIDER Strengthens Collaboration with Bonn-based UN Agencies and Related Organizations Mer Avr 29 2009
    20 January 2009 - During an official visit to the UN-SPIDER Office in Bonn, Germany, in December 2008, UNOOSA Director Mazlan Othman held a day of discussions with Bonn-based UN agencies and German organizations to review past collaboration and explore future opportunities. The UN meeting included representatives from the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction - Platform for the Promotion...
  • 1st Regional Conference on Geoinformatics: Disaster Management and Early Warning Systems, Kuwait Mer Avr 29 2009
    19 December 2008 - The Gulf region faces a specific combination of hazards including climate change, drought, sand storms, air pollution, oil spills and landslide-caused tsunami. Government authorities and research institutions in the region are increasingly aware of the need to dispose of appropriate geo-spatial and space-based technology to successfully meet this challenge. This first regional...

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