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# United Nations General Assembly

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# UN
Biden to tell UN he does not believe in a 'new Cold war'
Biden’s first speech as US president to the General Assembly faces a tough reception.
Column: They shot her at point blank range in the head – but it made her stronger
Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban last year. Today, on her 16th birthday, she will lead the first ever youth takeover of the UN in New York to speak about the importance education, writes Kelley Farrell.
# Israel
Video: Israeli PM uses 'bomb' diagram to warn of Iran nuclear threat
Benjamin Netanyahu used a white card with a cartoon-style bomb on it to illustrate the threat he says is posed by Iran’s uranium enrichment programme.
# United Nations
Frustration and turmoil as world leaders meet for UN general assembly
Syria, Palestine, Iran’s nuclear program and protests generated by an anti-Islamic film will top the agenda.
# Syria
UN peace envoy says Syria death toll is 'staggering'
Lakhdar Brahimi told the UN General Assembly that the destruction in the country is reaching “catastrophic proportions and the suffering of the people is immense”.
# United Nations
In full: Eamon Gilmore's speech to the UN General Assembly
The Tánaiste addressed the UN on Ireland’s foreign policy priorities, the Arab Spring, the issue of Palestinian statehood and the humanitarian crisis in East Africa.
# United Nations
Tánaiste to address the United Nations General Assembly
The UNGA meets for the 66th this week with the issue of Palestinian statehood among the topics to be discussed.