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Today, the need for humanitarian aid is the largest since the Second world war. Worldwide more than 125 million people whose lives have been destroyed by conflict and natural disasters, are in need of urgent assistance and protection.

12 people died and many others injured in Berlin, after a large truck plowed into a crowd at a Christmas market on Monday night.
Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov was shot dead in a terrorist attack in Ankara on December 19, according to Russian foreign ministry.
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres took the oath of office on December 12 to be the ninth United Nations Secretary-General with his hand on a copy of the U.N. Charter in front of the 193-member General Assembly.
The FAO Food Price Index dipped slightly in November, marking a mild departure from its steady rise over the course of 2016.
Global food markets will likely remain "generally well balanced" in the year ahead, as prices for most internationally-traded agricultural commodities are relatively low and stable, FAO said today.
On September 16, the delegates of the plenary meeting of the 71st session of the UN General Assembly honored the memory of the first President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov with a minute of silence.
8 September 2016, Rome-Staple food prices rose in August even as grain prices fell and the outlook for global cereal production improved.
The international prices for major food commodities saw a modest decline in July, following five consecutive months of increases. The FAO Food Price Index (FPI) averaged 161.9 points in July 2016, slipping 0.8 percent (1.3 points) below its level in June and 1.4 percent below its level of July 2015.
Construction of the world's largest telescope, the 500-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope FAST, has been completed as the last reflector panel was hoisted onto the frame in China. FAST is expected to be able to detect radio signals from more than 1,000 light years away when it is fully functional. Scientists have worked for over 5 years to create a telescope, worth $ 180 million.
G20 Energy ministers meet in China   30.06.2016 14:25:01
Leading up to the meeting, officials from the United Nations and European Union, plus 200 non-governmental organisations, urged the G20 to end years of fruitless talks and follow the lead of the Group of Seven industrialised nations by setting a date for the end of subsidies on coal, gas and oil.

President of Uzbekistan received the Minister for Public Security of China

Uzbekistan and Hungary signed an agreement on avoidance of double taxation

Denis Istomin defeats Novak Djokovic at Australian Open

Uzbek Central Bank and Standard & Poor's hold seminar

The owners of property located in the territory of "Angren-Pap" railways to receive 6.1 bln soums of compensation

At Uzbektourism held a meeting with a French Lyceum senior officials

UN General Secretary holds a briefing for media representatives



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