General Assembly Priorities

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As the United Nations General Assembly starts its 72nd session in New York, Citizens of the World know that history asks us "We the peoples" to take up the task of building a harmonious world society of dignity and peace for all.

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Dancing and women's power

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It is my trust, my principles and the discipline that allows me

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Villalpando at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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 'Envisioning the Divine: Villalpando at the Metropolitan Museum of Art'  
 
This month, the Robert Lehman Wing of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is hosting the work of Mexican baroque artist, Cristóbal Villalpando (1649 –1714).

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Rape Stigma Must Stop

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There are no precise estimates, official or unofficial, of the number of women raped. Worldwide, social values towards raped women are that they are discriminated against and more legal provisions that strictly limit their rights.

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The Conference to Save the Environment

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To my knowledge, and I very, very much hope I am wrong, this 

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DPRK's nuclear risk 'most dangerous crisis we face today,'

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DPRK's nuclear risk 'most dangerous crisis we face today,' warns UN chief Guterres

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The US Has To Accept North Korea As A Nuclear Power

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Although President Trump is not responsible for the complete failure of the US to stop North Korea from becoming a nuclear power, his bellicose threats against North Korea and the

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