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1. 02-03 Oil-for-food head criticized UN
C. 03-20 Annan seeks thorough UN overhaul UN
3. 06-01 Stephanides fired over oil scandal UN
08-08 Oil-for-food chief 'took bribes' UN
F. 09-16 Summit ends with mixed reviews UN
6. 10-20 U.N. probe links Syria to Hariri killing Lebanon
H. 10-31 U.N. vote demands Syria cooperation UN Security Council
I. 12-11 New Hariri report 'blames Syria' Syria

Summary.     Click for More > U.N. reform agenda watered-down Summit ends with mixed reviews  The largest gathering of world leaders in history achieved less than Kofi Annan had hoped Iran resolved to pursue nuclear program U.N. quizzes Syrians in Hariri probe Annan pleads for more quake aid   U.N. probe links Syria to Hariri killing  The investigators have found 'converging evidence' of Lebanese and Syrian involvement in the killing of ex-Prime Minister Draft demands Syrian cooperation U.N. vote demands Syria cooperation  The Security Council has voted unanimously in favor of a resolution demanding Syria cooperate with the investigation Annan calls for Iraq reconciliation Syria agrees to U.N. questioning Biggest annual appeal launched   New Hariri report 'blames Syria'  UN Secretary General has received the second report into the killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister
U.N.: Tsunami aid rises to $2 billion U.N. taking over relief effort Politics limits Annan's trip UN 'rules out' genocide in Darfur Oil-for-food head criticized Annan seeks thorough UN overhaul Report: Annan didn't influence contract Stephanides fired over oil scandal Khartoum facing war crimes probe Iran 'misled UN on nuclear work' Oil-for-food chief 'took bribes'
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  U.N.: Tsunami aid rises to $2 billion  The new amount includes contributions from many countries and the World Bank   U.N. taking over relief effort  Colin Powell: The United Nations will take over coordination of tsunami relief and reconstruction efforts   Politics limits Annan's trip  Secretary-General agreed to a government request not to visit disaster-stricken areas controlled by Tamil Tigers Nations meet UN swift cash appeal Disaster action plan set by U.N. World leaders praise Iraqi voter courage UN 'rules out' genocide in Darfur  Sudan's foreign minister: A genocide has not been committed in Darfur, United Nations report says Oil-for-food head criticized  Inquiry chief Volcker says there is 'conclusive' evidence that the programme director had a 'conflict of interest' UN: HIV 'set to infect 90m Africans'   Annan seeks thorough UN overhaul  Secretary General has urged governments to endorse sweeping reforms of the organisation   Report: Annan didn't influence contract  Secretary-General said he feels vindicated after an independent inquiry found no evidence he exerted influence Annan urges anti-nuclear effort UN chief visits Darfur refugees Stephanides fired over oil scandal  Kofi Annan has sacked a senior official accused of serious misconduct over Iraq's oil-for-food program Annan: HIV/AIDS efforts 'insufficient' Khartoum facing war crimes probe  The International Criminal Court is to launch an inquiry into alleged war crimes in the Darfur region   Iran 'misled UN on nuclear work'  Nuclear monitors say Iran has admitted to misleading them over its experiments with plutonium until 1998 UN troops storm shanty town Oil-for-food chief 'took bribes'


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  
 Tsunami recovery 'to take years'
Jan.2  UN 'optimistic' over aid effort
Jan.4  Aid plea for 'tsunami generation'
Jan.5  Annan appealed for $977 million in relief
Jan.6  
 Toll jumps by 7,000, Annan in Aceh
Jan.7  U.N. accuses peacekeepers of sex abuse
Jan.8  
 UN upbeat on tsunami hunger aid
Jan.10  UN warns over tsunami aid pledges
Jan.11
Jan.15  Bosnian Serbs hand over suspect
Jan.21
Jan.24  World 'must learn from Holocaust'
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February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  Clinton made UN's tsunami envoy
Feb.3  
 Annan vows action on corruption
Feb.25  U.N. troops 'die in ambush'


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2  Iran nuclear plans under pressure
Mar.3
Mar.8  Premier indicted, resigns
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Mar.22  U.N. to pay fees for oil-for-food ex-boss
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April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.14  3 charged over oil-for-food
Apr.15  Row deepens over oil scandal
Apr.18  UN call for China-Japan meeting


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
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May.6  World 'must stop N Korea testing'
May.12  Bush suffers blow on UN choice
May.18  UN calls for Uzbek deaths inquiry
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June 2005 ... more > Top ^
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Jun.9  Annan pushes war on poverty
Jun.14  Annan in new oil-for-food probe
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July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.6
Jul.20  World 'ignores' Niger food crisis
Jul.22  U.N. slams Zimbabwe destruction
Jul.26  New steps against child soldiers
Jul.27  U.N. will begin food airlifts to Niger
Jul.31  U.N.: 2.5 million in Niger to get food aid


August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1  Bush names Bolton as U.N. ambassador
Aug.7  Former oil-for-food chief resigned
Aug.8  
  Benon Sevan has been accused of taking kickbacks by a panel investigating corruption allegations
Aug.24 UN chief promises aid

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.7 Oil probe faults Annan over son
Sep.13   U.N. reform agenda watered-down  The General Assembly adopted a watered-down draft document on poverty, human rights and institutional reform Sep.14 Kofi Annan urges bold UN reform Sep.15  UN Niger aid plan 'risks lives'  Poor nations call for aid Sep.16   Summit ends with mixed reviews
  The largest gathering of world leaders in history achieved less than Kofi Annan had hoped
Sep.17  Annan warns of nuclear spread     Iran resolved to pursue nuclear program  President Ahmadinejad fiercely defended his country's nuclear program and excoriated the U.S. and its supporters Sep.18  Iran warning on sanctions threat Sep.20  War crimes chief accuses Vatican     U.N. quizzes Syrians in Hariri probe  A U.N. investigator traveled to Damascus to begin questioning over the assassination of a top Lebanese politician Sep.24  UN adopts motion on nuclear Iran Sep.29 Pandemic 'could kill 150m people'

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.4 UN condemns Iraq charter change
Oct.7 IAEA, ElBaradei win Nobel peace prize  UN concern over African migrants Oct.10  UN launches Guatemala aid appeal  Millions 'will flee degradation' Oct.12 UN relief chief to see quake zone Oct.14  Iran accused over nuclear plans Oct.17  UN delegates cheer Mugabe tirade  Annan warns Eritrea of possible pullout Oct.18  UN acts to halt abuses by staff Oct.19     Annan pleads for more quake aid  Secretary-General called for a greater world response to the quake victims in Pakistan Oct.20 Quake 'is UN's worst nightmare'     U.N. probe links Syria to Hariri killing
  The investigators have found 'converging evidence' of Lebanese and Syrian involvement in the killing of ex-Prime Minister
Oct.22  Syria disputes U.N. Hariri report Oct.23  U.N. appeals for quake refugees Oct.25  Security Council debates Hariri report   Draft demands Syrian cooperation  A draft U.S.-French resolution says Syria 'must detain' officials suspected of involvement in the Hariri assassination Oct.26  Russia opposes UN action on Syria Oct.27  Israel: No place in U.N. for Iran  Probe: $1.8B diverted to Hussein regime Annan 'dismayed' by Iran remarks Oct.28 UN raps Iran's anti-Israel rant Oct.30  Britain calls for U.N. action Oct.31  Syria faces vote of censure   U.N. vote demands Syria cooperation
  The Security Council has voted unanimously in favor of a resolution demanding Syria cooperate with the investigation
 UN rejects Guantanamo visit offer Syria denies hindering UN inquiry

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1 UN probe 'can quiz key Syrians'
 Urgent appeal for Africa's south Nov.2  UN allowed in Iran 'nuclear' site Nov.3  Bird flu: Act now, urges Annan Nov.4  Annan delays Iran trip after row Nov.8  U.N.: Quake survivors will freeze Nov.11  Lahoud meets Hariri murder team Nov.12     Annan calls for Iraq reconciliation  United Nations Secretary-General made a surprise visit to Iraq, his first since the March 2003 U.S.-led invasion Nov.17  UN debut for $100 laptop for poor Nov.21 U.N.: 40m now have AIDS virus Nov.23  U.N. warns of food hardships  U.N. agency to give Iran more time Nov.25   Syria agrees to U.N. questioning  Syria agreed to allow investigators to question its officials over Hariri's assassination in Vienna Nov.27  Montreal climate summit to begin Nov.30  UN tribunal jails Kosovo Albanian   Biggest annual appeal launched  The United Nations want $4.7bn to help the victims of war, famine and natural disaster in 26 countries

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3  UN pleads for more Pakistan funds Dec.7 UN climate talks enter key phase
UN demands halt to Eritrea order  US attacks UN official on 'jails' Dec.9 UN poised for new climate talks  Mugabe verbally attacks UN envoy Dec.11     New Hariri report 'blames Syria'
  UN Secretary General has received the second report into the killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister
Dec.13  UN debates latest Hariri report  Hariri findings 'delayed by Syria' Dec.19 Millions of lives imperiled Dec.23 U.N. members reach budget deal Dec.30  UN concern at Guantanamo feeding UN 'shocked' by violence in Cairo