United Nations

NOUN
  1. an organization of independent states formed in 1945 to promote international peace and security
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How To Use United Nations In A Sentence

  • Permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have a veto over any proposal.
  • Staff writer Colum Lynch at the United Nations, correspondent Anthony Faiola and special correspondent Samuel Sockol in Tunis, and staff writer Steve Hendrix in Benghazi contributed to this report. U.S., Europe considering naval operations to deliver humanitarian aid to Libya
  • He said the campaign fully supported the legislation and would be lobbying for the United Nations and the African Union to encourage governments in programmes to demilitarise society. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Meanwhile, the United Nations said it is withdrawing its non-essential personnel from Syria. UN Chief Expresses Alarm to Syrian President
  • They decided to refer the dispute to the United Nations.
  • I fear that bypassing the United Nations and demanding regime change by force instead of working toward peaceful disarmament is a dangerous step for our nation.
  • His tour came after Serbian President Boris Tadic said that he would join other leaders in the Brdo at Kranj castle, but only if Kosovo was represented by the United Nations and their officials sit at the table with nameplates Kosovo-UNMIK (UN Mission in Kosovo). The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • Many of them are meeting tomorrow in London to debate the future of the United Nations.
  • The United Nations Secretary General called on all parties to show moderation.
  • After the war, he opposed peacetime conscription, denounced British neocolonialism, praised the United Nations, and criticized congressional isolationists.
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