At least 12 people were killed Nov. 6 in the Congo. Today, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon called for rebels to restore the ceasefire.
Despite economic crisis, Bush urges the US and other wealthy nations to maintain foreign aid.
Bush says reforms must improve, not fetter, the free market; Europeans hint at more robust intervention.
Fewer people live in poverty now than in the 1990s, the UN wants to cut this number in half by 2015.
The secretary-general held a symposium Tuesday on the victims of terrorism – the first conference on the topic held by the UN.
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Recent economic woes are raising new doubts about the benefits of globalization.
Despite Russian and Serbian opposition, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon said Friday the UN would gradually cede its role.
The document, signed Sunday, is seen as key to stability. But many issues remain unresolved.