Edith Tennenbaum Shapiro (right) and Selma Tennenbaum Rossen, Sisters and Holocaust Survivors, speaks during the United Nations Holocaust Memorial Ceremony, held in observance of the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust (27 January). The event is organized by the Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme.A view of Riad Al-Malki (left), Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of the State of Palestine, and Riyad Mansour, Permanent Observer of the State of Palestine to the United Nations, in the Security Council Chamber ahead of the meeting on the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question.The United Nations Emergency Force, since its creation during the winter of 1956, has maintained a constant vigil along the Armistice Demarcation Line and the International Frontier. In addition to several observation posts, patrols of scout cars and jeeps, maintaining a continuous radio contact with the battalion headquarters and UNEF reconnaissance planes, are carried out along this 140-mile frontier.
Canadians from the Recce Squadron are seen trading some of their rations for eggs with a Bedouin on the International Frontier.Secretary-General António Guterres (centre left) meets with the Permanent Representatives of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) donor countries. At left is Courtenay Rattray, Chef de Cabinet for the Secretary-General, at centre right is Rosemary DiCarlo, Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, and at right is Melissa Fleming, Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications.Close-up of the station's microphone, and two of the five sections of the operating console: Transmitter control panel at left, and Panoramic Adaptor at right.A Security Officer remains in constant touch with his command post in the UN Secretariat building via walking-talkie radio, during his regular inspection tour of the UN Gardens. [June 1969]Secretary-General António Guterres (seated at third from right) on his way to the Base General Bernardo O'Higgins in Antarctica. 

The Secretary-General is visiting Antarctica to see the deadly impact of the climate crisis. While in Antarctica the Secretary-General saw the Collins and Nelson Glaciers, as well as the Kopaitic Island, which is home to penguins and other species which are being impacted by climate change.Sergiy Kyslytsya (at microphone), Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations, briefs reporters ahead of the Security Council meeting on threats to international peace and security.A view of penguins at the Base Presidente Eduardo Frei Montalva in Antarctica. The penguins are currently laying and incubating their eggs. 

Secretary-General António Guterres visited Antarctica to see the deadly impact of the climate crisis. While in Antarctica the Secretary-General saw the Collins and Nelson Glaciers, as well as the Kopaitic Island, which is home to penguins and other species which are being impacted by climate change.Gilad Erdan, Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations, addresses the Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question.Tirana Hassan, Executive Director of  Human Rights Watch, briefs the Security Council meeting on the question concerning Haiti.Secretary-General António Guterres is in Uganda to participate in the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit and the Group of 77 plus China Summit. 

Mr. Guterres (front left) speaks with Henry Okello Oryem, State Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda, at the closing of the Non-Aligned Movement Summit in Kampala.A woman from the town of Boma, South Sudan, in traditional attire.Sigrid Kaag, Senior Humanitarian and Reconstruction Coordinator for Gaza, briefs reporters after closed Security Council consultations on the situation in Gaza.Tanja Fajon, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, briefs reporters ahead of the Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question.Melissa Fleming (left), Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, attends the briefing by Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations, on the situation in Gaza.Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations, briefs reporters on the situation in Gaza.After a decade of political turmoil in Central America, a series of regional peace accords were signed by the presidents of Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador culminating in the Tela Agreements of August 7, 1989. They asked the United Nations to implement the peace accords. Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar appointed Elliot Richardson as his Personal Representative for the Verification of the Electoral Process in Nicaragua (ONUVEN) and Alvaro de Soto as his Personal Representative for the Central American Peace Process as a whole. This is an unprecedented role for the United Nations, as it has never monitored elections in a sovereign country. The United Nations link the Organization of American States conducted separate but coordinated monitoring efforts in supervising the election process from voter registration and conduct of the campaign to the final tally of votes using radio and satellite networks to link hundreds of impartial international observers throughout Nicaragua.
United Nations Observers monitor a political rally in Managua.Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director-General of International Atomic Energy Agency, briefs reporters at UN Headquarters.A rehearsal in London,  England of the "Jungle in Retreat" series -- a UN Radio production on international cooperation, based on the reports of a United Nations team led by Ritchie Calder throughout South-East Asia.  Report and production emphasize how UN experts and local government specialists are working together to bring about new standards of living in South-East Asia.  This picture shows Gene Kelly, star of the production, with some of the international cast: (left  to right) Miss Svasti (Thailand); Gene Kelly (USA); Miss Hooja (India); Howard Marian-Crawford (U.K.); Mr. Prem (Pakistan); Miss Haru Yanai (Japan); and Miss Diana Wong (China).  The production will be released as a series of three broadcasts.

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