UN Action Against Terrorism
RECENT PRESS RELEASES RELATED TO TERRORISM
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14 April, 2014
SC/11352-AFR/2861Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Nigeria

9 April, 2014
SG/SM/15761Secretary-General Deplores Spate of Deadly Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan

27 March, 2014
SC/11339Anbar Province Terrorism Major Threat to Building Democratic State in Iraq, Top United Nations Official Warns Security Council

21 March, 2014
SC/11334-AFG/408Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Afghanistan

18 March, 2014
SC/11324-AFG/407Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Afghanistan

2 March, 2014
SC/11304Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Kunming, China

27 February, 2014
SC/11300-AFR/2831Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Somalia

21 February, 2014
SC/11291-AFR/2823Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Somalia

19 February, 2014
SG/SM/15654Secretary-General, Condemning Beirut Car Bombing, Calls for National Unity as Safeguard of Lebanon’s Stability in Face of Terrorism

16 February, 2014
SG/SM/15647-AFR/2818Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Egypt

SC/11284-AFR/2819Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Sinai Peninsula, Egypt

6 February, 2014
SG/SM/15632-IK/665Secretary-General Condemns Attack on Iraq’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Urges Iraqis to Unite against Terrorism

27 January, 2014
SC/11262Security Council Adopts Resolution 2133 (2014), Calling upon States to Keep Ransom Payments, Political Concessions from Benefiting Terrorist

24 January, 2014
SG/SM/15613-AFR/2803Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Cairo, Calling for Perpetrators to Be Held to Account

22 January, 2014
SG/SM/15605Secretary-General Condemns Recent Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan, Including on Polio Workers, Resulting in Several Deaths

21 January, 2014
SG/SM/15600Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Beirut Car Bombing, Calling Recurrent Terrorism, Violence in Lebanon ‘Unacceptable’

SC/11256Security Council Press Statement on Deadly Terrorist Attack in Lebanon

17 January, 2014
SC/11251-AFG/405Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Kabul

16 January, 2014
SC/11249Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Lebanon

30 December, 2013
SC/11234Security Council Press Statement on Second Terrorist Attack in Russian Federation

29 December, 2013
SC/11233Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Russian Federation

27 December, 2013
SC/11232Security Council Press Statement on Lebanon Terrorist Attack

24 December, 2013
SG/SM/15558-AFR/2780Condemning Deadly Terror Attack in Egypt, Secretary-General Says He Is ‘Troubled’ by Deteriorating Human Rights Situation, Political Climate

17 December, 2013
SC/11219Security Council Text Mandates Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate to Continue Operating as Special Political Mission until End of 2017

14 December, 2013
SC/11214-AFR/2768-PKO/386Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Mali

6 December, 2013
SG/SM/15525-AFR/2760Secretary-General, at Paris Summit on Africa, Urges Resolve in Tackling Piracy, Drug-Trafficking, Terrorism, Persistent Regional Conflicts

5 December, 2013
SG/SM/15520Secretary-General, Condemning Terrorist Attacks in Yemen, Says Ongoing National Dialogue Conference is Only Path to Democracy

27 November, 2013
SC/11194Heads of Committees Tasked with Defeating Terrorism Tell Security Council States on Front Lines to Assess Nature of Threat

19 November, 2013
SG/SM/15479Secretary-General Strongly Condemns ‘Appalling and Indiscriminate’ Terrorist Bombing Near Iranian Embassy in Lebanon

SC/11180Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Lebanon

8 November, 2013
GA/L/3472Sixth Committee Hears Working Group Reports, Approves Drafts on Programme Assistance, Measures to Eliminate International Terrorism

21 October, 2013
GA/DIS/3483Discourse Shifts in First Committee from Cold War ‘Balance of Terror’ Logic against Nuclear Weapon Use to Catastrophic Humanitarian Impacts

8 October, 2013
GA/L/3454All Measures to Combat Terrorism Must Observe International Law, Sixth Committee Told during Second Day of Debate

7 October, 2013
GA/L/3453As Sixth Committee Commences Session, Delegates Once Again Call for Clear Definition of Terrorism, Consensus on Draft Comprehensive Convention

27 September, 2013
SG/SM/15349Secretary-General, in Message, Commends Counter-Terrorism Forum’s ‘Impressive Repertoire of Work’ in Bringing Much-Needed Focus to Priority Issues

22 September, 2013
SG/SM/15304Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Killing of 75 Worshippers at Pakistan Church, Reiterating United Nations Solidarity against Terrorism

20 September, 2013
DSG/SM/695-AFR/2694Deputy Secretary-General, Addressing Counter-Terrorism Committee, Pledges Continued United Nations Support to Sahel

23 August, 2013
SC/11101Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Tripoli, Lebanon

7 August, 2013
SG/SM/15206Secretary-General Welcomes Saudi Arabia’s Announced Contribution for United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre

24 July, 2013
SC/11074Security Council Extends for One Year United Nations Mission in Iraq, Encouraging Government to Strengthen Rule of Law, Combat Terrorism, Sectarian Violence

12 July, 2013
SG/SM/15166-DEV/3010-SOC/4809Secretary-General, at Youth Assembly Featuring Malala Day, Spells Out Biggest Fear of Extremists, Terrorists — ‘A Girl with a Book’

20 June, 2013
SG/A/1419-BIO/4484Secretary-General Appoints Jean-Paul Laborde of France Executive Director of Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate

17 June, 2013
SG/SM/15111Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan against Women Educators, Students, Calling Government to Apprehend Perpetrators

13 May, 2013
SC/11004‘Arc of Instability’ across Africa, If Left Unchecked, Could Turn Continent into Launch Pad for Larger-Scale Terrorist Attacks, Security Council Told

SG/SM/15020-SC/11005-AFR/2616‘Terrorism Thrives Where Borders Are Weakest,’ Secretary-General Tells Security Council Meeting, Urging Help for Affected African States

SC/11006Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Reyhanli, Turkey

10 May, 2013
SC/11003United Nations Counter-terrorism Effort only as Good as ‘Sum of Its Parts’, Security Council Hears in Briefings by Chairs of Subsidiary Bodies

29 April, 2013
SG/SM/14994Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attack on Syrian Prime Minister’s Convoy, Warns against Further Militarization, Radicalization of Conflict

15 April, 2013
SG/SM/14946-AFR/2596Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Somalia Terrorist Attacks

SC/10972-AFR/2595Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Somalia

12 April, 2013
L/3210Although Comprehensive Anti-Terrorism Convention Still Eludes Agreement, Ad Hoc Committee Chair says Willingness to Work Offers Hope

8 April, 2013
L/3209Ad Hoc Committee Negotiating Comprehensive Anti-terrorism Convention Opens One Week Headquarters Session

22 March, 2013
SG/SM/14897Condemning Terrorist Attack on Syrian Mosque, Secretary-General Says ‘A Political Solution Is the Only Way Out of this Conflict’

21 March, 2013
SC/10950Top UN Envoy in Iraq Tells Security Council Political Stalemate, Demonstrations, Terrorist Acts Could Fuel Existing Challenges, Threaten Gains of Past Decade

18 March, 2013
SG/SM/14876Secretary-General Urges International Conference on Preventing Terrorism to Ensure Talks Translate into Concrete Actions

19 February, 2013
SG/SM/14822Secretary-General Condemns Latest Terrorist Attack Targeting Shi’a Community in Pakistan, Urges ‘Swift, Determined’ Action against Perpetrators

PA/10United Nations Concludes International Conference to Promote National, Regional Collaboration on Counter-Terrorism

25 January, 2013
SC/10900In Security Council, Top Envoy Urges Strong Support for Leaders, Countries of West Africa, as Notable Political Progress Threatened by Mali Crisis, Crime, Terrorism

SG/SM/14786-IK/652Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Wave of Deadly Terrorist Attacks in Iraq

18 January, 2013
SC/10887-AFR/2506Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack at In Aménas, Algeria

15 January, 2013
SC/10882‘Nothing Can Justify Terrorism — Ever,’ Says Secretary-General, as Security Council Hears from Some 50 Speakers in Day-Long Debate

SG/SM/14764-SC/10883No Policy to Fight Terrorism Can Succeed without Addressing Conditions Promoting Its Spread, Secretary-General Tells Security Council Debate

10 January, 2013
SG/SM/14756Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan, Says ‘Heinous Acts Cannot Be Justified by Any Cause’

31 December, 2012
SG/SM/14747Appalled by Escalating Terrorist Violence in Pakistan, Secretary-General Condemns Killings of Religious Minority Pilgrims, Government-backed Tribal Police

24 December, 2012
SG/SM/14743Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Suicide Killings in Pakistan

14 December, 2012
SG/SM/14728Collaboration with Related United Nations Entities Would Make Greater Impact, Secretary-General Stresses to Global Counter-Terrorism Forum

28 November, 2012
SG/SM/14683Strongly Condemning Deadly Damascus Bombings, Secretary-General Calls Such Terror Attacks ‘Unacceptable’

20 November, 2012
SG/SM/14657-SC/10822Prevention, Suppression of Financing Terrorist Activities Crucial to Achieving Millennium Development Goals, Secretary-General Tells Committee

14 November, 2012
SC/10816Briefings to Security Council Spotlight Need to Adapt Counter-Terrorism Effort to Ever More Complex Networks Seeking Refuge in Susceptible Regions

19 October, 2012
SG/SM/14597Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Beirut Bomb Blast, Calls on Lebanese Parties Not to Be Provoked by ‘Heinous Terrorist Act’

10 October, 2012
SG/SM/14574Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Bombings in Damascus, Concerned Violence Creating Fertile Ground for Terrorism, Criminal Acts of All Kinds

GA/SHC/4038World Faces Complex, Interconnected Threats from Practically Seamless ‘Web of Drugs, Crime and Sometimes Terrorism', Third Committee Told

9 October, 2012
GA/L/3434As Debate Concludes, Delegates Urge Capacity-building Partnerships, Eradication of Root Causes in Fight against Terrorism

8 October, 2012
GA/L/3433Legal Committee Urges Conclusion of Draft Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism

5 October, 2012
SC/10784Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Aleppo

28 September, 2012
SG/SM/14554-DC/3393Terrorists Acquiring Nuclear Materials among Most Unnerving Threats Imaginable, Says Secretary-General, Urging Use of All Tools to Contain ‘Nuclear Genie’

21 September, 2012
SC/10774-AFR/2445Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Somalia

13 September, 2012
SC/10762Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Yemen

11 September, 2012
SC/10757-IK/649Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Iraq

27 August, 2012
SG/SM/14478-DC/3382Insecure Stockpiles Remain Sources for Armed Groups, Terrorists, Organized Crime, Secretary-General Tells Review Conference on Illicit Trade in Small Arms

6 August, 2012
SG/SM/14448Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Sinai

1 August, 2012
SG/SM/14439-AFR/2424Secretary-General Welcomes Provisional Constitution in Somalia, but Given Today’s Suicide Attacks, Warns Terrorism Must Not Be Allowed to Reverse Gains

19 July, 2012
SC/10717Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Bulgaria

2 July, 2012
SG/SM/14391-AFR/2410Secretary-General Strongly Condemns as ‘Reprehensible and Criminal’ Terrorist Attacks on Kenyan Churches that Killed 17

29 June, 2012
GA/11261General Assembly Renews Commitment to Strengthening 2006 Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, Calls for Stepped Up, Integrated Implementation by Member States

28 June, 2012
GA/11259With Global Strategy, Member States Expressed Strong Resolve to Defeat Terrorism; Now Action, Results Needed to Free World from Scourge, General Assembly Told

27 June, 2012
SG/SM/14385Secretary-General Urges Counter-terrorism Symposium to Explore How Mass Media Can Foster Understanding, Help Build on Success of De-radicalization Programmes

7 June, 2012
SG/SM/14339In Fight against Terrorism Menace, Secretary-General Calls for Strengthened Capacity-Building, Support for Victims — Human Face ‘of Our Shared Struggle’

4 June, 2012
SG/SM/14328United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre is Key Tool to Better Tackle, Suppress Terrorism Threat, Secretary-General Tells Advisory Board

23 May, 2012
ECOSOC/6514-NGO/754Proposal Rejected in Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations to Close Application for Status of Group Alleged to Have Terrorist Ties

21 May, 2012
SG/SM/14299Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Yemen, Says Perpetrators Must Be Held Accountable

SC/10656Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Yemen

10 May, 2012
SC/10643Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Damascus

SC/10642Terrorists Exploiting Gaps in State Capacity to Implement Counter-Terrorism Measures, Security Council Told in Briefings by Sanctions Committee Chairs

7 May, 2012
SG/SM/14270Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Russian Federation

4 May, 2012
SG/SM/14269-SC/10637International Community Must Work as One to Combat Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells Security Council, Voicing Support for New Counter-Terrorism Coordinator

SC/10636Security Council, Highlighting Changing Nature, Character of Scourge of Terrorism, Says Can Be Defeated Only by Sustained, Global Approach, in Presidential Statement

30 April, 2012
SG/SM/14264Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Bomb Attacks in Syria; Calls for Armed Violence ‘in All Its Forms, by All Parties’ to Cease Immediately

19 April, 2012
SC/10612Security Council, Highlighting Threat from Terrorism, Illicit Nuclear Trafficking, Reaffirms Need for Compliance with Arms Control, Non-Proliferation Commitments

5 April, 2012
L/3191United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre Holds First Advisory Board Meeting

29 March, 2012
SC/10596Security Council Welcomes Ongoing Political Transition in Yemen, but Voices Strong Concern, in Statement, about Intensified Terrorist Attacks

21 March, 2012
SC/10585Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Syria

7 March, 2012
SG/SM/14147Secretary-General Condemns in Strongest Terms Recent Terrorist Attacks in Yemen

SC/10571Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Yemen

21 February, 2012
SC/10546Security Council Presidential Statement Calls for System-wide UN Action to Combat Transnational Crime — Drug Trafficking, Piracy, Terrorism — in West Africa, Sahel

SG/SM/14118-SC/10547-AFR/2340West Africa, Sahel Face ‘Toxic Brew’ of Crime, Drug Trafficking, Piracy, Terror; ‘We Must’ Do More to Keep Situation from Escalating, Says Secretary-General

26 January, 2012
SC/10530-AFR/2327Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Nigeria

SC/10533Spiking Arms Proliferation, Organized Crime, Terrorism Part of Fallout from Libyan Crisis Afflicting Sahel, Security Council Told

10 January, 2012
SG/SM/14049Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Pakistan

6 January, 2012
SG/SM/14046Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Bombing in Damascus, Reiterates All Violence in Syria Must Stop

SC/10513Security Council Press Statement on Damascus Terrorist Attack

27 December, 2011
SC/10507-AFR/2309Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Nigeria

23 December, 2011
SC/10506Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Damascus, Syria

8 December, 2011
SG/SM/14007-AFR/2301-DC/3319Reduced Arms Flow Will Help Combat Piracy, Cross-border Threats, Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa

29 November, 2011
SG/SM/13978Success of Efforts in Central Asia to Counter Terrorism Can Inspire Other Regions, Give Practical Meaning to Global Strategy, Says Secretary-General

14 November, 2011
SC/10447Security Council Hears Briefings by Committees Charged with Defeating Terrorism, Including Preventing Non-State Actors from Acquiring Mass Destruction Weapons

9 November, 2011
GA/L/3429Current Discussion on Measures against International Terrorism Ends in Legal Committee; Form of Possible Convention Remains Issue

17 October, 2011
GA/DIS/3439First Committee Hears Introduction of Eight Drafts on Range of Topics, from Threat of Outer Space Arms Race to Terrorist Acquisition of Mass Destruction Weapons

4 October, 2011
GA/L/3409General Assembly’s Legal Committee Is Told Global Convention Needed against Terrorism Since No Country Immune; Final Action Urged

3 October, 2011
GA/L/3408Events of 11 September 2001 Noted by General Assembly’s Legal Committee as Framework for Debate on Measures against International Terrorism

28 September, 2011
SG/SM/13850Secretary-General, at Event Commemorating Counter-Terrorism Resolution, Stresses Continuing Threat, Importance of Engagement by Security Council

22 September, 2011
SG/SM/13830Seek Synergies to Help Build Law-Enforcement Capacity, Improve Criminal-Justice Systems, Secretary-General Urges Global Counter-Terrorism Forum

21 September, 2011
SG/SM/13824Preventive Diplomacy Encompasses More than Conflict, Secretary-General Tells International Meeting on Security Issues, Citing Terrorism, Organized Crime

PA/8United Nations, Government of Saudi Arabia Agree to Establish Centre for Counter-Terrorism

19 September, 2011
SG/SM/13807Secretary-General Hails Symposium on International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation as Recognition that States ‘Are All in this Fight Together’

12 September, 2011
SG/SM/13786All People Must Stand against Terrorism, Says Secretary-General in Commemoration Message for Tenth Anniversary of 11 September Attacks on United States

9 September, 2011
GA/11129General Assembly President, at Commemoration of 11 September 2001 Attacks, Urges Member States to Work for Convention on Terrorism during Upcoming Session

7 September, 2011
SG/SM/13779Secretary-General Highlights Challenges of Terrorism, Climate Change, Violence against Women, at State Governor’s Reception in Australia

SC/10377Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in India

25 July, 2011
SC/10337Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Norway

28 June, 2011
SG/SM/13673Dialogue, Understanding Best Possible Option in Quest for Solutions to Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells International Conference

17 June, 2011
SC/10285/Rev. 1In Move Designed to Keep Pace with Evolving Security Situation in Afghanistan, Defeat Terrorism, Security Council Splits Al-Qaida, Taliban Sanctions Regime

15 June, 2011
SG/SM/13646Secretary-General Praises Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s Commitment to Fighting Drug-Trafficking, Terrorism, in Message to Heads of State

16 May, 2011
SC/10252Anti-Terrorism Committees Must Continue to Strengthen Efforts, Despite Death of Osama Bin Laden, Security Council Told

2 May, 2011
SG/SM/13535Secretary-General, Calling Osama bin Laden’s Death ‘Watershed Moment’, Pledges Continuing United Nations Leadership in Global Anti-Terrorism Campaign

SC/10239Security Council Presidential Statement, Welcoming End of Osama bin Laden’s Ability to Perpetrate Terrorist Acts, Urges States to Remain Vigilant

15 April, 2011
L/3174Chairman of Ad Hoc Committee Negotiating Comprehensive Anti-Terrorism Convention Describes ‘Good Progress’ Made in Past Few Years, as Current Session Concludes

11 April, 2011
L/3170Ad Hoc Committee Negotiating Comprehensive Anti-Terrorism Opens One-Week Headquarters Session

2 March, 2011
SG/SM/13426Strongly Condemning Assassination of Pakistan’s Minister for Minority Affairs, Secretary-General Encourages Government to Continue Fight against Terrorism

20 January, 2011
Note No. 6290United Nations Task Force Meeting in Riyadh to Look at Countering Appeal of Terrorism on the Internet

28 December, 2010
SG/SM/13332Secretary-General ‘Unequivocally’ Condemns Terrorist Attack in Pakistan

21 December, 2010
SC/10136Security Council Hosts Informal Exchange with Youth on Topics Ranging from Nuclear Disarmament, Terrorism, Threats Emanating from Global Economic Inequality

20 December, 2010
SC/10133Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate to Continue as Special Political Mission under Main Committee for Three More Years, Security Council Decides

15 December, 2010
SG/SM/13321Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Bombing of Mosque in Iran

6 December, 2010
GA/11030General Assembly, on Recommendation of Legal Committee, Adopts Texts on Measures to Eliminate Global Terrorism, Programme of International Legal Assistance

1 December, 2010
SG/SM/13286Prosecutors, Criminal Law Experts on Front Lines of International Combat Against Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells Seminar on Bringing Terrorists to Justice

22 November, 2010
GA/SHC/4000Third Committee Approves Text to Ensure Human Rights Protected in Anti-Terrorism Efforts, Another Stating ‘No Religion Should Be Equated with Terrorism’

15 November, 2010
SC/10085Security Council Hears Briefings from Chairs of Counter-Terrorism Committees, as Speakers Urge Broader, More Coordinated Effort to Tackle Global Scourge

11 November, 2010
GA/L/3406Legal Committee Delegates Strive to Reach Consensus on Terrorism Text; Doubts Expressed on ‘Oral Amendment’ Procedure

5 November, 2010
SG/SM/13236Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attacks on Pakistan Mosques

26 October, 2010
GA/SHC/3988‘Cornerstone’ Security Council Resolutions on Counter-Terrorism Should Be Replaced by Single Text Not Adopted Under Charter’s Chapter VII, Third Committee Told

25 October, 2010
SC/10070-AFG/362Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Herat

12 October, 2010
GA/L/3390Legal Committee Is Told Adherence to ‘Rule of Law’ Critical to Goals of Peace Promotion, Poverty Reduction, Development, Anti-terrorism

11 October, 2010
GA/DIS/3411Controlling Fissile Material Holdings of Key Nuclear Weapons Possessors Would Go Far to Curb Proliferation, Prevent Nuclear Terrorism, First Committee Told

SG/SM/13169Secretary-General Calls on Global Community to Keep Obligations to End Terrorism, Support Victims, in Remarks at Screening of Film ‘Killing in the Name’

7 October, 2010
GA/SPD/453Ongoing Stalemate over Status of Western Sahara Creates Breeding Ground for Terrorist Activity, Human Rights Abuses, Fourth Committee Told

5 October, 2010
GA/L/3386Legal Committee Is Told Overall Convention against Terrorism Must Meet International Law, Humanitarian Concerns

4 October, 2010
GA/L/3385Legal Committee, Adopting Work Programme, Sets Early Dates to Discuss Justice System at United Nations, Anti-Terrorism Measures

27 September, 2010
SC/10038Security Council Concerned about Continuing Threat of Terrorism, Including Actions Driven by Intolerance, Extremism

SG/SM/13149-SC/10039With Global Response to Terrorism ‘Gathering Steam’, Secretary-General, in Remarks to Security Council, Urges Focus on Root Causes, Information-Sharing, Human Rights

8 September, 2010
GA/10977With Consensus Resolution, General Assembly Reiterates Unequivocal Condemnation of Terrorism, Reaffirms Support for 2006 UN Global Counterterrorism Strategy

3 September, 2010
SG/SM/13085Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Bombings in Pakistani Cities of Lahore, Quetta

16 July, 2010
SC/9986Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Iran

11 May, 2010
SG/SM/12884-IK/622Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Wave of Terrorist Bombings in Iraq

SC/9923Speakers in Security Council Call for Unified, Global Counter-Terrorism Effort, Following Briefings by Chairs of Committees Set Up to Spearhead Fight

16 April, 2010
L/3155All Views, All Legal Arguments Now on Table for Comprehensive Anti-Terrorism Convention, General Assembly Ad Hoc Committee Chair Says at Session’s Close

13 April, 2010
SG/SM/12840-DC/3219Secretary-General Says ‘Urgent Global Action’ Required in Several Priority Areas to Secure Nuclear Materials, Prevent Nuclear Terrorism, at Washington Summit

12 April, 2010
L/3154Ad Hoc Committee Negotiating Comprehensive Anti-Terrorism Convention Opens One-Week Headquarters Session

16 December, 2009
GA/10904Criminal Accountability of UN Officials, Terrorism Convention, UN Internal Justice Among Issues, as General Assembly Adopts 17 Texts Recommended by Legal Committee

11 December, 2009
SG/SM/12670Attacks Show United Nations Has Become Terrorist Target, Secretary-General Says in Remarks to Mark Second Anniversary of Algiers Bombing

3 December, 2009
SC/9802Security Council, in Statement, Condemns 3 December Terrorist Attack in Somalia

24 November, 2009
GA/SHC/3970Girl Child, Eliminating Racism, Protecting Human Rights while Countering Terrorism among Issues, as Third Committee Approves Five More Texts, Concludes Session

16 November, 2009
SG/SM/12608-SAG/427Secretary-General, Addressing World Food Programme Staff, Pays Tribute to Colleagues Killed in Pakistan Terrorist Attack

SC/9789Security Council Presidential Statement Welcomes Accord on Iraq’s New Electoral Law, Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Baghdad

13 November, 2009
SC/9788Chairs of Three Security Council Committees Aimed at Countering Terrorist Threat, Monitoring Related Sanctions, Brief Council on Progress since May

29 October, 2009
SC/9781Security Council Strongly Condemns Taliban for Terrorist Attack Which Took Lives of United Nations Personnel in Kabul

28 October, 2009
SC/9778-AFG/342Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Kabul

20 October, 2009
SC/9770Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Iran

19 October, 2009
SG/SM/12553Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attacks in Southern Iran

15 October, 2009
GA/SHC/3952Third Committee Approves Texts on Commemoration of 15th Anniversary of Beijing Declaration, Technical Assistance for Implementing Terrorism Conventions

14 October, 2009
SG/SM/12544United Nations Efforts to Address Terrorism Threat ‘Crucial to Global Security’, Says Secretary-General, in Message to Vienna Meeting

12 October, 2009
SG/SM/12538In Global Effort to Combat Terrorism, Focal Points Can Ensure Holistic National Response, Coordination among United Nations Entities, Secretary-General Says

9 October, 2009
GA/L/3364Ending Debate on Measures against Terrorism, Legal Committee is Told Aim Should Be to Combat Global Scourge, ‘Not to Attack a People’

7 October, 2009
GA/SHC/3947‘Sinister Nexus’ of Drugs, Crime, Terrorism Must Be Countered by Promoting Health, Justice, Security, Third Committee Told

GA/L/3363General Assembly’s Legal Committee Hears More Calls for Strong Responses to Terrorism, While Taking Account of Sources of Grievance

6 October, 2009
GA/L/3362General Assembly Legal Committee Hears Calls for Renewed Efforts to Complete Comprehensive Convention against Terrorism

24 September, 2009
GA/10862Inclusive Multilateralism, Fully Democratic United Nations Needed to Combat Poverty, Terrorism, Other Threats, Speakers Tell Assembly General Debate

26 August, 2009
SC/9735-AFG/337Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attack in Kandahar

17 July, 2009
SC/9709Security Council Condemns in Strongest Terms Twin Terrorist Attacks in Indonesia

2 July, 2009
L/3145Ad Hoc Committee Established by General Assembly Resolution 51/210 Concludes Session without Final Agreement on Counter-Terrorism Convention

29 June, 2009
L/3144Ad Hoc Committee Negotiating Comprehensive Anti-Terrorism Convention Opens 2009 Session at Headquarters

15 June, 2009
AFR/1861Africa, United Nations Should Improve Strategies for Countering Terrorism, Experts Say at Addis Ababa Meeting

27 March, 2009
SG/SM/12153-AFG/327SECRETARY-GENERAL, AT SPECIAL CONFERENCE ON AFGHANISTAN, UNDERSCORES IMPORTANCE OF UNIFIED ACTION AGAINST TERRORISM, DRUG TRAFFICKING, ORGANIZED CRIME

11 February, 2009
SG/SM/12095-AFG/323SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN KABUL, SAYS ‘HORRENDOUS CRIME’ TARGETED PEOPLE COMMITTED TO BUILDING BETTER FUTURE

SC/9593-AFG/324SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN KABUL

22 January, 2009
SG/SM/12059-SOC/CP/344SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN MESSAGE TO CONFERENCE EXAMINING COUNTER-TERRORISM POLICIES, URGES ‘FOCUS ON PEOPLE’, AS ISSUE IS ABOUT HUMAN SUFFERING, NOT STATISTICS

9 December, 2008
SC/9524SECURITY COUNCIL, EXPRESSING DEEP CONCERN OVER ‘CONTINUOUS TERRORIST ATTACKS’, CALLS FOR RENEWAL OF GLOBAL SOLIDARITY AGAINST THREAT MANIFESTED AFTER 9/11

SG/SM/11993-SC/9525STRONG COLLECTIVE RESISTANCE IS BEST RESPONSE TO ‘CORROSIVE, MALEVOLENT IDEOLOGY’ OF TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING

1 December, 2008
SG/SM/11971-DC/3145SECRETARY-GENERAL HIGHLIGHTS CRUCIAL WORK DONE TO STRENGTHEN BARRIERS AGAINST BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, BIOTERRORISM, IN MESSAGE TO GENEVA MEETING

28 November, 2008
SC/9513SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN MUMBAI

12 November, 2008
SC/9498CHAIRMEN OF THREE COUNTER-TERRORISM BODIES BRIEF SECURITY COUNCIL ON FRESH EFFORTS TO DEFEAT SCOURGE, STRESSING EXPERTS’ COMMON STRATEGY TO ASSIST MEMBER STATES

30 October, 2008
SG/SM/11897SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN NORTH-EAST INDIA

SC/9491SECURITY COUNCIL, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, STRONGLY CONDEMNS ‘HEINOUS’ TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED NATIONS, GOVERNMENT OFFICES IN SOMALIA

9 October, 2008
GA/L/3341COOPERATION BETWEEN STATES IN ANTI-TERRORISM EFFORTS FOCUS OF LEGAL COMMITTEE DEBATE ON COUNTER-MEASURES

8 October, 2008
GA/L/3340RENEWED EFFORT TOWARDS COMPLETION OF COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION AGAINST TERRORISM APPLAUDED IN LEGAL COMMITTEE

29 September, 2008
SG/SM/11840SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN TRIPOLI, LEBANON

27 September, 2008
SG/SM/11836SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS DAMASCUS TERRORIST BOMBING

SC/9460SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON DAMASCUS TERRORIST ATTACK

24 September, 2008
GA/10751GOOD GOVERNANCE, DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS CRUCIAL IN COMBAT AGAINST TERRORISM, ORGANIZED CRIME, WORLD LEADERS TELL ASSEMBLY ON SECOND DAY OF GENERAL DEBATE

SC/9455SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN SPAIN

22 September, 2008
SG/SM/11800SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS HEINOUS TERRORIST ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

SC/9451SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS TERRORIST ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

17 September, 2008
SC/9446SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACK IN YEMEN

11 September, 2008
SG/SM/11785SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS LETHAL LEBANON TERRORIST ATTACK

SC/9444SECURITY COUNCIL STRONGLY CONDEMNS DEADLY TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON

9 September, 2008
SG/SM/11780PRACTICAL, CONCRETE STEPS NEEDED TO STRENGTHEN SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS OF TERRORISM, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, AT HEADQUARTERS PRESS CONFERENCE

SG/SM/11778SECRETARY-GENERAL, AT SYMPOSIUM, SAYS SCOURGE OF TERRORISM ATTACKS HUMANITY ITSELF; VOICES OF VICTIMS ‘STRONGEST ARGUMENT WHY IT CAN NEVER BE JUSTIFIED’

SG/2142SECRETARY-GENERAL, OPENING SYMPOSIUM ON VICTIMS OF TERRORISM, URGES GOVERNMENTS TO DRAW UPON THEIR COURAGE, STRENGTH IN IMPLEMENTING COUNTER-MEASURES

5 September, 2008
GA/10738GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONCLUDES TWO-DAY DEBATE BY RENEWING COMMITMENT TO STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN PREVENTING, COMBATING TERRORISM

Note No. 6170SECRETARY-GENERAL CONVENES FIRST UNITED NATIONS EVENT TO SUPPORT VICTIMS OF TERRORISM, AT HEADQUARTERS 9 SEPTEMBER

4 September, 2008
SG/SM/11776-GA/10737IN REMARKS TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING, SECRETARY-GENERAL SPELLS OUT KEY PRINCIPLES FOR ENHANCING COUNTER-TERRORISM COOPERATION

GA/10735INTENSIFIED EFFORT TO IMPLEMENT UN COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY ‘FUNDAMENTAL DUTY’, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETS TO ASSESS PROGRESS

2 September, 2008
Note No. 6169IMPLEMENTATION OF UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY TO BE REVIEWED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON 4 SEPTEMBER

20 August, 2008
SG/SM/11756SECRETARY-GENERAL VERY CONCERNED ABOUT TODAY’S DEADLY CAR BOMBS IN BOUIRA, ALGERIA, FOLLOWING TERRORIST ATTACKS YESTERDAY EAST OF ALGIERS

19 August, 2008
SG/SM/11755SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS DEADLY TERRORIST ATTACK IN ALGERIA

13 August, 2008
SC/9422SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON

10 July, 2008
SC/9394SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACK IN TURKEY

8 July, 2008
SC/9389SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN PAKISTAN

17 June, 2008
SG/SM/11644-IK/590SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS BAGHDAD TERRORIST BOMBING

2 June, 2008
SC/9345SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS ISLAMABAD TERRORIST ATTACK, STRESSES NEED TO BRING PERPETRATORS OF REPREHENSIBLE ACT TO JUSTICE

6 May, 2008
SC/9324COMPARATIVE TABLE REGARDING SECURITY COUNCIL 1267 COMMITTEE, COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE, 1540 COMMITTEE

SC/9323SECURITY COUNCIL BRIEFED BY CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES ESTABLISHED TO COMBAT TERRORISM; TOLD OF ENHANCED COOPERATION, COMMON STRATEGY IN PAST MONTHS

9 April, 2008
SG/SM/11505SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK BY PALESTINIAN MILITANTS AGAINST DEPOT IN SOUTHERN ISRAEL

20 March, 2008
SC/9280IN FOLLOW-UP TO OPEN DEBATE, SECURITY COUNCIL EXTENDS MANDATE OF COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE UNTIL DECEMBER 2010

19 March, 2008
SC/9279SPEAKERS IN OPEN SECURITY COUNCIL DEBATE ENDORSE REVISED ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN PROPOSED BY COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE

11 March, 2008
SG/SM/11460SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS INDISCRIMINATE TERRORIST ACTS IN PAKISTAN

6 March, 2008
L/3125CHAIRMAN OF AD HOC COMMITTEE COMMENDS ‘STRONG RESOLVE’ SHOWN BY DELEGATIONS IN ADVANCING QUEST FOR CONSENSUS ON COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-TERRORISM TREATY

25 February, 2008
L/3123AD HOC COMMITTEE NEGOTIATING COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTION OPENS HEADQUARTERS SESSION

17 February, 2008
SC/9251-AFG/309SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON KANDAHAR TERRORIST ATTACK

4 January, 2008
SC/9219IN 2007 SECURITY COUNCIL FACED DAUNTING RANGE OF PEACE, SECURITY CHALLENGES, INCLUDING AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST, NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION, TERRORISM

24 December, 2007
GA/10686‘DYNAMIC AND VITAL’ GENERAL ASSEMBLY LAID GROUNDWORK TO TACKLE CRUCIAL ISSUES, INCLUDING CLIMATE CHANGE, TERRORISM, ANTI-POVERTY GOALS, PROMOTING TOLERANCE

21 December, 2007
SG/SM/11346SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY SUICIDE BOMBING OF MOSQUE IN PAKISTAN, URGES ALL POLITICAL FORCES TO UNITE AGAINST TERRORISM

12 December, 2007
SG/SM/11328SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON, CALLS ON POLITICAL LEADERS TO EXERT EVERY POSSIBLE EFFORT TO RESOLVE DIFFERENCES

SC/9197SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS LEBANON TERRORIST ATTACK THAT KILLED LEBANESE ARMED FORCES GENERAL FRANÇOIS EL-HAJJ

11 December, 2007
SG/SM/11320ALGERIA: SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS

SG/SM/11324ALGIERS TERRORIST ATTACK ABJECT, COWARDLY STRIKE AGAINST PEOPLE SERVING HUMANITY’S HIGHEST IDEALS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL

SC/9193SECURITY COUNCIL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TODAY’S TERRORIST ATTACK IN ALGIERS

10 December, 2007
SG/SM/11319SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES MEMBER STATES TO REINFORCE RESOLVE TO IMPLEMENT GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY NEARLY ONE YEAR LATER, IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY

SC/9191SECURITY COUNCIL EXTENDS INITIAL PERIOD OF COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE UNTIL 31 MARCH 2008

6 December, 2007
GA/10667GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADOPTS 20 TEXTS RECOMMENDED BY LEGAL COMMITTEE, ADDRESSING DIPLOMATIC PROTECTION, UNITED NATIONS ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE, TERRORISM

15 November, 2007
SG/SM/11280SECRETARY-GENERAL SPELLS OUT WAYS TO TACKLE CONDITIONS THAT FOSTER TERRORISM AS HE ADDRESSES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THREATS, COUNTER-MEASURES

14 November, 2007
SC/9170UNIVERSAL COOPERATION IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM, STILL MAJOR THREAT TO PEACE, NEEDED MORE THAN EVER, SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD

5 November, 2007
SG/SM/11261-AFG/302SECRETARY-GENERAL, CONCERNED AT RECENT FIGHTING IN AFGHANISTAN, UNDERLINES CRUCIAL ROLE OF NATO, AFGHAN SECURITY FORCES IN DETERRING TERRORIST, EXTREMIST GROUPS

2 November, 2007
GA/DIS/3358CONCLUDING WORK, DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE WOULD HAVE GENERAL ASSEMBLY URGE STATES TO SECURE NUCLEAR PLANTS TO PREVENT TERRORISTS’ USE OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS

23 October, 2007
SC/9153SECURITY COUNCIL’S COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TO MEET WITH GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS ON BORDER SECURITY, AT UNITED NATIONS OFFICE IN NAIROBI, 29 TO 31 OCTOBER

18 October, 2007
GA/SHC/3889THIRD COMMITTEE APPROVES RESOLUTION URGING STATES TO STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION TO PREVENT, SUPPRESS TERRORISM

11 October, 2007
GA/L/3319UNITED STATES TELLS ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE ANTI-TERRORISM EFFORTS MUST STRESS PREVENTION OF GLOBAL EXPANSION, ADDRESS LEGITIMATE GRIEVANCES

10 October, 2007
GA/L/3318ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE IS TOLD RECENT CONTACTS MAY HELP EARLY COMPLETION OF TEXT AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

GA/SHC/3884ASSEMBLY’S SOCIAL COMMITTEE WARNED NOT TO MAKE MISTAKE OF APPROACHING DRUG CONTROL, CRIME DETERRENCE, PREVENTION OF TERRORISM AS SEPARATE ISSUES

9 October, 2007
GA/DIS/3341DENUCLEARIZATION OF KOREAN PENINSULA WELCOME, BUT RACE TO POSSESS NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NOW JOINED BY TERRORISTS, CONTINUES UNABATED, DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE TOLD

8 October, 2007
SG/A/1099-PKO/171SECRETARY-GENERAL APPOINTS MIKE SMITH OF AUSTRALIA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF COUNTER-TERRORISM EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE

20 September, 2007
SC/9125SECURITY COUNCIL, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, CONDEMNS YESTERDAY’S TERRORIST ATTACK IN BEIRUT, DEMANDS IMMEDIATE END TO VIOLENCE AGAINST LEBANESE REPRESENTATIVES

19 September, 2007
SG/SM/11167SECRETARY-GENERAL SHOCKED BY BRUTAL ASSASSINATION IN BEIRUT, CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN STRONGEST TERMS

17 September, 2007
SG/SM/11158-IAEA/1370ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY CRITICAL TO NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION EFFORTS, REDUCING RISKS OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO VIENNA MEETING

10 September, 2007
SG/SM/11148-AFR/1579SECRETARY-GENERAL SHOCKED, SADDENED BY ESCALATION OF TERRORIST VIOLENCE IN ALGERIA

7 September, 2007
SG/SM/11145-AFR/1575SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBING TARGETING CONVOY OF ALGERIAN PRESIDENT

SC/9110SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS TERRORIST ATTACK IN ALGERIA, URGES ALL STATES TO COOPERATE IN BRINGING PERPETRATORS TO JUSTICE

27 July, 2007
SG/SM/11104UN BEST SUITED TO LEAD WORLD EFFORTS AGAINST GLOBAL CHALLENGES –- TERRORISM, CLIMATE CHANGE, POVERTY -– SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN SAN FRANCISCO ADDRESS

10 July, 2007
SC/9073-AFR/1557SECURITY COUNCIL’S COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE HOSTS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE MEETING FOR WEST AFRICAN STATES IN NEW YORK, 11 JULY

9 July, 2007
SC/9071SECURITY COUNCIL, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, CONDEMNS YEMEN TERRORIST ATTACK, URGES ALL STATES TO COOPERATE IN BRINGING PERPETRATORS TO JUSTICE

2 July, 2007
SG/SM/11068SECRETARY-GENERAL DEPLORES TERRORIST INCIDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN

25 June, 2007
SG/SM/11059-PKO/164SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON THAT KILLED SIX, INJURED TWO UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPERS

SC/9059SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT CONDEMNS LEBANON TERRORIST ATTACK; SIX UN PEACEKEEPERS KILLED, INCLUDING SPANISH, COLOMBIAN NATIONALS

13 June, 2007
SG/SM/11043SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST ATTACK, URGES LEBANESE TO UNITE IN FACE OF INTIMIDATION

SG/SM/11040-L/T/4404SECRETARY-GENERAL WELCOMES SWIFT ENTRY INTO FORCE OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION, CALLS ON ALL STATES TO RATIFY WITHOUT DELAY

SC/9043SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST ATTACK; NINE KILLED, INCLUDING MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT

12 June, 2007
Note No. 6090EXPERT FORUM ON COUNTERING NUCLEAR TERRORISM, AT UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS, TO HIGHLIGHT ENTRY INTO FORCE 7 JULY OF GLOBAL TREATY ON SUPPRESSING NUCLEAR TERRORISM

22 May, 2007
SC/9021CHAIRS OF COMMITTEES DEALING WITH SANCTIONS ON AL-QAIDA/TALIBAN, COUNTER-TERRORISM, WEAPONS PROLIFERATION BRIEF SECURITY COUNCIL

11 May, 2007
Note No. 6083VIENNA SYMPOSIUM TO DISCUSS PRACTICAL MEASURES FOR IMPLEMENTING UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

13 April, 2007
SC/8998SECURITY COUNCIL, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS TERRORIST ATTACK TARGETING IRAQI PARLIAMENT

11 April, 2007
SG/SM/10940SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN ALGERIA

19 March, 2007
SG/SM/10914-IK/564SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST GAS ATTACKS IN IRAQ

16 February, 2007
SG/SM/10884-GA/10572FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM ‘OUR COMMON MISSION’, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL AS HE BRIEFS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON UN COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

GA/10571SECRETARY-GENERAL BRIEFS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY, SAYS ‘THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM IS OUR COMMON MISSION’

15 February, 2007
L/3114NEGOTIATIONS ON COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTION AT CRITICAL STAGE, SAYS CHAIRMAN AS COMMITTEE CONCLUDES ELEVENTH SESSION

Note No. 6065SECRETARY-GENERAL TO BRIEF MEMBER STATES ON IMPLEMENTATION OF UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY 16 FEBRUARY

14 February, 2007
SG/SM/10881SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN ZAHEDAN, IRAN

13 February, 2007
SG/SM/10875SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS ‘CALLOUS TERRORIST ATTACK’ IN LEBANON, APPEALS FOR NATIONAL UNITY IN FACE OF ATTEMPT TO UNDERMINE STABILITY

5 February, 2007
L/3112AD HOC COMMITTEE NEGOTIATING COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTION OPENS HEADQUARTERS SESSION

22 December, 2006
SC/8925REITERATING CONDEMNATION OF AL-QAIDA, TALIBAN, SECURITY COUNCIL APPROVES WIDE-RANGING MEASURES TO ENHANCE IDENTIFICATION, CONTROL OF TERRORISTS

20 December, 2006
SC/8914SECURITY COUNCIL REITERATES DETERMINATION TO COMBAT ALL FORMS OF TERRORISM, WELCOMES COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE’S RENEWED FOCUS ON IMPLEMENTING RESOLUTION 1373 (2001)

15 December, 2006
L/3109UNITED NATIONS LEGAL COUNSEL CALLS FOR RATIFICATION OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM TREATY

28 November, 2006
GA/10540ADOPTING CONSENSUS RESOLUTION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY RECOGNIZES URGENT NEED TO TACKLE AFGHANISTAN’S ONGOING CHALLENGES -- VIOLENCE, TERRORISM, NARCOTICS, CORRUPTION

SG/SM/10762SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES INNOVATIVE PRIVATE SECTOR APPROACHES TO SECURITY IN MESSAGE TO GLOBAL FORUM FOR ANTI-TERRORISM PARTNERSHIP

24 November, 2006
SG/SM/10755-IK/554SECRETARY-GENERAL, GREATLY DISMAYED AT RECENT WAVE OF TERRORIST ATTACKS IN IRAQ,CONDEMNS ACTS IN STRONGEST TERMS, URGES RESTRAINT TO PREVENT ESCALATION

21 November, 2006
GA/L/3313CONDEMNING TERRORISM AS UNJUSTIFIABLE, LEGAL COMMITTEE CONCLUDES MAIN SESSION, SETS DATES IN FEBRUARY 2007 FOR FURTHER WORK ON ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTION

25 October, 2006
GA/SHC/3861NEW COUNTER-TERRORISM LEGISLATION COULD UNDERMINE HUMAN RIGHTS, FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS, THIRD COMMITTEE TOLD

23 October, 2006
GA/DIS/3333MIDDLE EAST NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION, TERRORIST ACQUISITION OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED, AS FIRST COMMITTEE APPROVES 12 TEXTS

16 October, 2006
GA/L/3299ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE, ENDING TERRORISM DEBATE, TURNS TO WORK OF CHARTER REVIEW GROUP, JUSTICE SYSTEM WITHIN UNITED NATIONS, RULE OF LAW

13 October, 2006
GA/L/3298ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE HEARS CALL FOR SPIRIT OF COMPROMISE IN EFFORT TO COMPLETE COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

12 October, 2006
GA/L/3297LEGAL COMMITTEE CONTINUES TERRORISM DEBATE; DELEGATE OF IRAQ REPORTS DAILY KILLINGS, HEAVY DAMAGE AS DEMOCRACY EFFORTS CONTINUE

11 October, 2006
GA/L/3296AGREEMENT ON COMPREHENSIVE TERRORISM CONVENTION REMAINS ELUSIVE, ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE IS TOLD

28 September, 2006
SC/8840HEARING BRIEFINGS FROM COMMITTEES COUNTERING TERRORISM, SECURITY COUNCIL CONSIDERS PROGRESS MADE, WAYS TO INCREASE EFFECTIVENESS

20 September, 2006
GA/10504AFGHANISTAN’S PRESIDENT, IN GENERAL DEBATE, CALLS FOR MORE DECISIVE INTERNATIONAL ACTION TO PREVENT TERRORISTS FROM DERAILING POST-WAR TRANSITION

19 September, 2006
GA/10502SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES NATIONS TO ‘SEIZE THIS MOMENT’, TRANSLATE COMMITMENTS INTO REALITY TO RID WORLD OF TERRORISM, AT LAUNCH OF ANTI-TERROR STRATEGY

SG/SM/10646-GA/10503STATES MUST MAKE IMMEDIATE START IN TRANSLATING COMMITMENTS INTO REALITY, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS AT LAUNCH OF COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

11 September, 2006
SG/SM/10627ATTACKS ON 11 SEPTEMBER WERE ‘AN ATTACK ON HUMANITY ITSELF’, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, URGING IMPLEMENTATION OF UN COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

8 September, 2006
GA/10488GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADOPTS RESOLUTION ON STRATEGY TO COUNTER INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

SG/SM/10625SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS ADOPTION OF GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY SENDS CLEAR MESSAGE: ‘TERRORISM IS UNACCEPTABLE, NO MATTER WHO COMMITS IT, NO MATTER WHAT THE REASON’

12 July, 2006
SC/8772SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS INDIA BOMBINGS, SAYS PERPETRATORS OF ‘REPREHENSIBLE ACTS OF TERRORISM’ MUST BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE

29 June, 2006
SC/8764SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS KILLING OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION DIPLOMATS IN IRAQ, SAYS ‘NO CAUSE CAN JUSTIFY SUCH ACTS OF TERROR'

30 May, 2006
SC/8730SECURITY COUNCIL REVIEWS WORK OF COMMITTEES ON NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION, COUNTER-TERRORISM, AL-QAIDA AND TALIBAN

24 May, 2006
SC/8727SECURITY COUNCIL CONGRATULATES IRAQ ON 20 MAY INAUGURATION OF GOVERNMENT, CONDEMNS TERRORIST ACTS AIMED AT PROVOKING INTERCOMMUNAL TENSIONS

15 May, 2006
SC/8720-AFG/287PRESS STATEMENT ON AFGHANISTAN TERROR ATTACK BY SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT

2 May, 2006
SG/SM/10440-GA/10457PRESENTING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SECRETARY-GENERAL CALLS FOR DEMONSTRATION OF RESOLVE BY INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

GA/10456SECRETARY-GENERAL PRESENTS COUNTER-TERRORISM RECOMMENDATIONS TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY

1 May, 2006
Note No. 6008SECRETARY-GENERAL TO PROPOSE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

25 April, 2006
SC/8701SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS ‘IN THE STRONGEST TERMS’ TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN EGYPT

3 March, 2006
L/3105AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM CONCLUDES CURRENT SESSION

SC/8655UN COUNTER-TERRORISM BODY TO VISIT FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA, 5 - 10 MARCH

27 February, 2006
L/3104COMMITTEE CHARGED WITH NEGOTIATING COMPREHENSIVE COUNTER-TERRORISM CONVENTION OPENS WEEKLONG HEADQUARTERS SESSION

21 February, 2006
SC/8644SECURITY COUNCIL BRIEFED BY CHAIRMEN OF THREE ANTI-TERRORISM COMMITTEES; STRENGTHENED COOPERATION, ASSISTANCE TO STATES AMONG ISSUES RAISED

10 February, 2006
SG/SM/10344-GA/PAL/1002IN REMARKS TO PALESTINIAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS MAJORITY OF PALESTINIANS DO NOT WANT TO PURSUE VIOLENCE, TERRORISM

SC/8635UN COUNTER-TERRORISM BODY CONTINUES COUNTRY VISITS WITH TRIP TO UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA 13-17 FEBRUARY

20 January, 2006
SC/8614IN 2005, SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSES BROAD RANGE OF CONCERNS, INCLUDING TERRORISM, SITUATIONS IN AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST, IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN

16 January, 2006
DC/3008SECURITY COUNCIL ARMS EMBARGO ENFORCEMENT, LINK BETWEEN TERRORISM, ARMS TRADE AMONG ISSUES, AS DEBATE CONTINUES ON SMALL ARMS CONFERENCE RECOMMENDATIONS

21 December, 2005
SC/8597IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, SECURITY COUNCIL REVIEWS COUNTER-TERRORISM MECHANISMS

12 December, 2005
SC/8577SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST BOMBING THAT KILLED LEBANESE MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT GEBRAN TUENI

8 December, 2005
SG/SM/10242SECRETARY-GENERAL DISAPPOINTED NO AGREEMENT REACHED IN LEGAL COMMITTEE ON COMPREHENSIVE TERRORISM CONVENTION

SG/SM/10257-HR/4877-OBV/533TORTURE, INSTRUMENT OF TERROR, CAN NEVER BE USED TO FIGHT TERROR, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS IN MESSAGE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

5 December, 2005
SG/2102MIDDLE EAST QUARTET CONDEMNS NETANYA TERRORIST ATTACK, DEMANDS SYRIA CLOSE OFFICES OF PALESTINIAN ISLAMIC JIHAD

1 December, 2005
SG/SM/10242/Rev.2SECRETARY-GENERAL DISAPPOINTED NO AGREEMENT REACHED IN LEGAL COMMITTEE ON COMPREHENSIVE TERRORISM CONVENTION

29 November, 2005
GA/L/3292AD HOC BODY ELABORATING COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION ON TERRORISM TO RECONVENE EARLY NEXT YEAR, SIXTH COMMITTEE DECIDES

18 November, 2005
SG/SM/10219-IK/528SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS BRUTAL IRAQ TERRORIST ATTACKS

10 November, 2005
SC/8553SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS 9 NOVEMBER TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN AMMAN, JORDAN

9 November, 2005
SG/SM/10206SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN AMMAN, JORDAN, UNDERSCORING NEED FOR COLLECTIVE ACTION AGAINST ‘SCOURGE’

31 October, 2005
SG/SM/10194SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN NEW DELHI

GA/DIS/3312STRENGTHENED STEPS TO ADDRESS THREAT FROM ‘RADIOLOGICAL TERRORISM’ CALLED FOR IN DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE DRAFT RESOLUTION

26 October, 2005
GA/SHC/3830IN WAR ON TERROR, MANY COUNTRIES VIOLATING HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS, THIRD COMMITTEE TOLD

SG/SM/10186SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERROR BOMBING IN ISRAELI MARKET

SC/8536SECURITY COUNCIL BRIEFED BY CHAIRMEN OF THREE ANTI-TERRORISM COMMITTEES; STATUS OF REPORTING, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED

21 October, 2005
GA/L/3281AS EFFORTS TO RESOLVE CAUSES OF DELAY CONTINUE, ADOPTION OF OVERALL ANTI-TERRORISM TEXT IS SAID TO BE ATTAINABLE GOAL

11 October, 2005
GA/DIS/3300FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION BEST WAY TO ADDRESS RISK OF PROLIFERATION, TERRORIST ACQUISITION, FIRST COMMITTEE TOLD

GA/L/3277LEGAL COMMITTEE ENDS DISCUSSION OF COUNTER-TERRORISM MEASURES; TO RECEIVE GROUP REPORT ON COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION

7 October, 2005
GA/L/3276AGREED DEFINITION OF TERM ‘TERRORISM’ SAID TO BE NEEDED FOR CONSENSUS ON COMPLETING COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION AGAINST IT

6 October, 2005
GA/L/3275LEGAL COMMITTEE, REVIEWING ISSUES ON COMPLETION OF OVERALL ANTI-TERRORISM TREATY, NOTES OUTSTANDING DIFFERENCES

4 October, 2005
SC/8517SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS ‘HEINOUS ACT OF TERRORISM’ IN BALI, UNDERLINES NEED TO BRING THOSE RESPONSIBLE TO JUSTICE

17 September, 2005
GA/10386OPENING ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEBATE, SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES MEMBER STATES TO PRESS IN TACKLING POVERTY, TERRORISM, HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES, CONFLICTS

16 September, 2005
GA/10385WORLD LEADERS PLEDGE WIDE-RANGING STEPS ON POVERTY, TERRORISM, HUMAN RIGHTS, UN REFORM, AS 2005 SUMMIT CONCLUDES IN NEW YORK

14 September, 2005
SC/8496SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING OF WORLD LEADERS CALLS FOR LEGAL PROHIBITION OF TERRORIST INCITEMENT, ENHANCED STEPS TO PREVENT ARMED CONFLICT

SG/SM/10092-SC/8497TERRORISM DIRECTLY ATTACKS VALUES FOR WHICH UNITED NATIONS STANDS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN STATEMENT TO SECURITY COUNCIL SUMMIT

23 August, 2005
SG/SM/10054SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST BOMBING

18 August, 2005
SG/SM/10051SECRETARY-GENERAL COMMENDS ‘COURAGEOUS DECISION’ OF ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER SHARON ON DISENGAGEMENT PROCESS; CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACK ON PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS

5 August, 2005
SG/SM/10032SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS NORTHERN ISRAEL BUS KILLINGS AS ‘TERRORIST ACT’

4 August, 2005
SC/8471SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS IN ‘STRONGEST TERMS AND WITHOUT RESERVATION' TERRORIST ATTACKS IN IRAQ, UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTING RESOLUTION 1618 (2005)

27 July, 2005
SC/8462SECURITY COUNCIL UNEQUIVOCALLY CONDEMNS DEADLY SHARM EL-SHEIKH TERRORIST BOMB ATTACKS IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT

25 July, 2005
SG/SM/10013SECRETARY-GENERAL, WITH ‘SORROW AND ANGER’, CONDEMNS USE OF TERROR, VIOLENCE AGAINST CIVILIANS, FOLLOWING MULTIPLE CAR BOMBS IN SINAI

20 July, 2005
SC/8454SECURITY COUNCIL REAFFIRMS TERRORISM ONE OF MOST SERIOUS THREATS TO PEACE, ‘CRIMINAL AND UNJUSTIFIABLE’, REGARDLESS OF MOTIVATION

12 July, 2005
SG/SM/9999SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST BOMBING, CALLS ON ALL PARTIES TO WORK TOWARDS UNITED LEBANON

7 July, 2005
SC/8438SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS ‘BARBARIC’ LONDON TERRORIST ATTACKS, UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTING RESOLUTION 1611 (2005)

SC/8439SECURITY COUNCIL PRESS STATEMENT ON LONDON TERRORIST ATTACK

7 June, 2005
SC/8407SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS 2 JUNE TERRORIST BOMBING THAT KILLED LEBANESE JOURNALIST

2 June, 2005
Note No. 5945PANEL DISCUSSION ON ‘TERRORISM: A CHALLENGE TO CIVILIZED SOCIETY’, TO BE HELD ON 9 JUNE

10 May, 2005
DC/2962TERRORIST ACQUISITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS ‘DANGEROUSLY CLOSE’, NORWAY’S FOREIGN MINISTER TELLS REVIEW CONFERENCE

25 April, 2005
SOC/CP/333CRIME CONGRESS HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT OPENS WITH CHALLENGE TO MEET GROWING THREATS OF TERRORISM, MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS, CYBERCRIME

SOC/CP/336ELEVENTH UN CRIME CONGRESS CONCLUDES WITH ADOPTION OF BANGKOK DECLARATION CALLING FOR ACTION AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME, TERRORISM

SC/8366SECURITY COUNCIL BRIEFED BY CHAIRMEN OF ANTI-TERRORISM COMMITTEES; CALLS FOR STRENGTHENED COOPERATION, ENHANCED INFORMATION SHARING

21 April, 2005
SOC/CP/330CRIME CONGRESS COMMITTEE II DISCUSSES STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES OF INTERNATIONAL LEGAL REGIME TO COUNTER TERRORISM

19 April, 2005
SOC/CP/322ELEVENTH UN CRIME CONGRESS OPENS IN BANGKOK WITH FOCUS ON ORGANIZED CRIME, TERRORISM

18 April, 2005
ECOSOC/6149SECRETARY-GENERAL ASKS, ‘IF NOT NOW, WHEN?’, AS HE UNDERSCORES NEED TO TACKLE POVERTY, TERRORISM, DEADLY WEAPONS, KILLER DISEASES IN HIGH-LEVEL MEETING

13 April, 2005
GA/10340GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADOPTS CONVENTION ON NUCLEAR TERRORISM; WILL OPEN FOR SIGNATURE AT HEADQUARTERS 14 SEPTEMBER

SG/SM/9817-GA/10341SECRETARY-GENERAL CONGRATULATES GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON ADOPTION OF INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON NUCLEAR TERRORISM

11 April, 2005
SOC/CP/319UNODC ASSISTS CENTRAL ASIAN STATES, AFGHANISTAN, MONGOLIA, RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM

1 April, 2005
L/3085AD HOC COMMITTEE ADOPTS DRAFT NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION, CULMINATION OF NEGOTIATIONS BEGUN IN 1998

SG/SM/9798-L/3086SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION ADDS BUILDING BLOCK TO GLOBAL ANTI-TERRORISM STRATEGY, IN REMARKS TO AD HOC COMMITTEE

31 March, 2005
L/3084AD HOC COMMITTEE NEAR CONSENSUS ON DRAFT NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION, CHAIRMAN SAYS

28 March, 2005
L/3081ACTION NEEDED ON TWO DRAFT CONVENTIONS THIS YEAR, AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM TOLD, AS IT BEGINS CURRENT SESSION

23 March, 2005
SG/SM/9776SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES ARAB STATES TO TAKE LEAD IN UNITING WORLD AGAINST TERRORISM, IN ADDRESS TO ALGIERS SUMMIT

16 March, 2005
HR/CT/659CHANGES TO ICELAND’S PENAL CODE AIMED AT COMBATING TERRORISM FOCUS OF DEBATE IN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE

SOC/CP/316TEN CENTRAL, SOUTH-EAST EUROPEAN STATES JOIN FORCES ON COUNTER-TERRORISM, CORRUPTION, FIGHT AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

14 March, 2005
SC/8333COUNTRY VISITS SIGNAL NEW PHASE OF WORK FOR UNITED NATIONS COUNTER-TERRORISM BODY

10 March, 2005
SG/2095SECRETARY-GENERAL KOFI ANNAN LAUNCHES GLOBAL STRATEGY AGAINST TERRORISM IN MADRID

SG/SM/9757SECRETARY-GENERAL OFFERS GLOBAL STRATEGY FOR FIGHTING TERRORISM, IN ADDRESS TO MADRID SUMMIT

1 March, 2005
SG/SM/9744FATE OF TERRORIST ATTACK SURVIVORS TOO OFTEN NEGLECTED, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS IN MESSAGE TO BOOK LAUNCH MEETING

28 February, 2005
SC/8325PRESS STATEMENT BY SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT ON TERRORIST ATTACK IN ISRAEL

15 February, 2005
SC/8310SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBING THAT KILLED FORMER LEBANESE PRIME MINISTER, CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO BRING PERPETRATORS TO JUSTICE

10 February, 2005
SG/SM/9715TODAY’S THREATS -– TERRORISM, POVERTY -– REQUIRE REFORMED UN, COLLECTIVE ACTION, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN LONDON ADDRESS

7 February, 2005
SG/SM/9708TERRORISM THREAT TO ALL CIVILIZED COUNTRIES, ANATHEMA TO ALL FAITHS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO RIYADH COUNTER-TERRORISM CONFERENCE

4 February, 2005
SOC/NAR/922UNODC, ETHIOPIAN AUTHORITIES JOIN FORCES AGAINST TERRORISM, ORGANIZED CRIME AND MONEY-LAUNDERING

31 January, 2005
SC/8301TERRORISM, IRAQ, MIDDLE EAST, SUDAN AMONG CRITICAL ISSUES BEFORE SECURITY COUNCIL IN 2004

19 January, 2005
SC/8296UNITED NATIONS CALLS FOR UNIVERSAL EFFORT AGAINST TERRORISM

18 January, 2005
SC/8295SECURITY COUNCIL, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, CALLS URGENTLY ON STATES TO SUBMIT TIMELY REPORTS ON ACTIONS TO COUNTER TERRORISM

SOC/NAR/918UNODC TELLS EUROPEAN DRUG CZARS CRIME AND TERRORISM SUBSIDIZED BY DRUG TRAFFICKING

SOC/NAR/919UNODC, EUROPEAN COMMISSION AGREE DRUGS, CRIME, TERRORISM INEXTRICABLY LINKED

14 January, 2005
SG/SM/9676SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS PALESTINIAN TERROR ATTACK ON ISRAELI CIVILIANS

10 January, 2005
SC/8284ANSWER TO TERRORISM, NARCOTICS, FACTIONALISM LIES IN BUILDING STRONG REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT, SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR AFGHANISTAN TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL

7 January, 2005
SOC/CP/312UNODC BURKINA FASO OFFER CUTTING-EDGE TOOLS TO FIGHT ORGANIZED CRIME AND TERRORISM

17 December, 2004
SC/8273SECURITY COUNCIL EXAMINES WAYS TO IMPROVE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST TERRORISM

8 December, 2004
SG/SM/9642-GA/10315UN ‘NEEDS CHANGE – PERHAPS RADICAL CHANGE’ TO MEET 21ST CENTURY THREATS OF AIDS, GENOCIDE, TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS GENERAL ASSEMBLY

17 November, 2004
GA/L/3269TERRORISM, SCOPE OF LEGAL PROTECTION FOR UN PERSONNEL UNDER 1994 CONVENTION AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED, AS LEGAL COMMITTEE APPROVES EIGHT DRAFT TEXTS

3 November, 2004
GA/SHC/3798SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR INFORMS THIRD COMMITTEE OF RISE OF NEW FORMS OF RACISM, INCLUDING MANIFESTATIONS IN POLITICAL PLATFORMS, STRUGGLE AGAINST TERROR

27 October, 2004
GA/SHC/3793NEED TO PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS WHILE FIGHTING TERRORISM STRESSED, AS THIRD COMMITTEE HEARS REPORTS ON TORTURE, EXECUTION, RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, RIGHT TO FOOD

20 October, 2004
GA/L/3256LEGAL COMMITTEE CONCLUDES REVIEW OF MEASURES AGAINST GLOBAL TERRORISM, CONSIDERS CONVENTION ON SAFETY OF UN PERSONNEL

19 October, 2004
GA/L/3255LEGAL COMMITTEE DELEGATES CALL FOR EARLIEST ADOPTION OF OUTSTANDING ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTIONS

SC/8221SECURITY COUNCIL ENCOURAGES WORK OF REVITALIZED COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, FOLLOWING DAY-LONG DEBATE

18 October, 2004
GA/L/3254TERRORISM NEVER JUSTIFIED, LEGAL COMMITTEE IS TOLD, BUT FIGHT AGAINST IT MUST CONFORM TO RULE OF LAW

8 October, 2004
SC/8215PRESS STATEMENT BY SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT ON RECENT TERRORIST ATTACKS

SC/8214SECURITY COUNCIL ACTS UNANIMOUSLY TO ADOPT RESOLUTION STRONGLY CONDEMNING TERRORISM AS ONE OF MOST SERIOUS THREATS TO PEACE

7 October, 2004
SG/SM/9522SECRETARY-GENERAL ‘STRONGLY CONDEMNS’ TERRORIST BOMB ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

5 October, 2004
GA/DIS/3273TERRORIST THREATS DEMAND NEW DEFINITION OF SECURITY, DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE TOLD

4 October, 2004
SG/SM/9517SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN INDIA

1 October, 2004
SG/SM/9514SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS ‘IN STRONGEST TERMS’ TERRORIST ATTACK ON MOSQUE IN PAKISTAN

SOC/CP/311UN WARNS ABOUT NEXUS BETWEEN DRUGS, CRIME AND TERRORISM

27 September, 2004
GA/10263SPEAKERS CAUTION AGAINST POST-SEPTEMBER 11TH STEREOTYPING, LINKING ISLAM WITH TERRORISM, AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEBATE ENTERS SECOND WEEK

22 September, 2004
SG/SM/9494SECRETARY-GENERAL ‘STRONGLY CONDEMNS’ SUICIDE BOMBING IN JERUSALEM, URGES PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY TO TAKE ‘ALL NECESSARY MEASURES’ TO END TERROR

13 September, 2004
SG/SM/9478-GA/PAL/967IN MESSAGE TO CIVIL SOCIETY CONFERENCE, SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES FREEZE ON ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS, RESTRUCTURING OF PALESTINIAN SECURITY TO CONFRONT TERROR GROUPS

SC/8184RECENT ATTACKS TRAGIC REMINDERS FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM FAR FROM OVER, SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD

3 September, 2004
SG/SM/9464SECRETARY-GENERAL HORRIFIED BY LOSS OF LIFE IN BESLAN HOSTAGE SITUATION, REITERATES CONDEMNATION OF ALL TERRORIST ACTS

31 August, 2004
SG/SM/9461SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN MOSCOW SUBWAY

SG/SM/9459SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK ON BEERSHEBA

2 August, 2004
SOC/CP/310UNITED NATIONS TO PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON COUNTER-TERRORISM, ANTI-ORGANIZED CRIME TO TOGO

19 July, 2004
SC/8152SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT INVITES COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TO ACCELERATE WORK ON ASSESSING ASSISTANCE NEEDS OF MEMBER STATES

12 July, 2004
SG/SM/9416SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TEL AVIV TERRORIST ATTACK

2 July, 2004
L/3074CHAIRMAN OF AD HOC COMMITTEE COMMENDS DELEGATIONS’ WILLINGNESS TO WORK TOWARDS SOLUTIONS TO COMPLEX ISSUES OF DRAFT TERRORISM CONVENTIONS

1 July, 2004
L/3073NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE AT HEADQUARTERS ON TWO ANTI-TERRORISM TREATIES, WITH DISAGREEMENT REPORTED ON KEY PROVISIONS OF EACH

28 June, 2004
L/3072REPUBLIC OF KOREA DELEGATE URGES GENERAL ASSEMBLY AD HOC COMMITTEE TO CONCLUDE DRAFT TREATIES ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

23 June, 2004
SG/SM/9380STUYVESANT HIGH SCHOOL’S ‘MULTICULTURAL TAPESTRY’ ELOQUENT RESPONSE TO TERRORIST MESSAGE OF HATRED, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN GRADUATION ADDRESS

17 June, 2004
SG/SM/9372TERRORISM STRIKES AT VERY HEART OF ALL UN STANDS FOR, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO TASHKENT CEREMONY

15 June, 2004
AFG/257-SOC/CP/306AFGHAN AUTHORITIES REQUEST UN ASSISTANCE IN DRAFTING LEGISLATION AGAINST TERRORISM, TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

1 June, 2004
SG/SM/9336SECRETARY-GENERAL ‘VERY DISTURBED’ BY REPORTS OF VIOLENCE IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN; CONDEMNS TERRORISM TARGETING INNOCENT CIVILIANS, PLACES OF WORSHIP

SG/SM/9335SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY TERRORIST ATTACK IN SAUDI ARABIA

25 May, 2004
SC/8102LIST OF SUSPECTED TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS, NATIONAL REPORTS CONTINUE TO PLAY CRUCIAL ROLE IN FIGHT AGAINST TERROR, SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD

21 May, 2004
SOC/NAR/904UNITED NATIONS COUNTER-NARCOTICS CHIEF VISITS CENTRAL ASIA, URGES GREATER REGIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST DRUGS, CRIME AND TERRORISM

18 May, 2004
SG/A/873-BIO/3570SECRETARY-GENERAL APPOINTS JAVIER RUPEREZ OF SPAIN AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF COUNTER-TERRORISM EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE

10 May, 2004
SC/8089IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, SECURITY COUNCIL ‘UNEQUIVOCALLY CONDEMNS’ TERRORIST BOMBING IN GROZNY, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

SG/SM/9298SECRETARY-GENERAL DISMAYED BY TERRORIST ATTACK IN CHECHNYA

7 May, 2004
SG/SM/9296SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY MOSQUE TERROR ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

21 April, 2004
HR/4734ACTING HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS TODAY IN IRAQ, SAUDI ARABIA

30 March, 2004
SC/8046IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, SECURITY COUNCIL CONFIRMS CURRENT ARRANGEMENTS OF COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE BUREAU UNTIL 4 OCTOBER

SG/SM/9232SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN

26 March, 2004
SC/8041SECURITY COUNCIL RESTRUCTURES COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE, TO STRENGHTEN IMPLEMENTATION OF 2001 ANTI-TERRORISM RESOLUTION

12 March, 2004
SOC/CP/287‘INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY MUST JOIN FORCES AGAINST TERRORISM’, SAYS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNODC IN STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN SPAIN

SOC/CP/288VIENNA MEETING CALLS FOR ENHANCED EFFORTS AGAINST TERRORISM

11 March, 2004
SC/8022SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS MADRID TERRORIST BOMBINGS, URGES ALL STATES TO JOIN SEARCH FOR PERPETRATORS

SOC/CP/286TWO-DAY COUNTER-TERRORISM CONFERENCE BEGINS IN VIENNA WITH A MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR MADRID VICTIMS

4 March, 2004
SC/8020SECURITY COUNCIL CONSIDERS PROPOSAL TO REVITALIZE COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE

3 March, 2004
SOC/CP/285UN CONVENES INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS TO DISCUSS RESPONSE TO TERRORISM, CRIME LINKS

2 March, 2004
SG/SM/9180SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN KARBALA, BAGHDAD, QUETTA AS ‘MORALLY REPREHENSIBLE AND WHOLLY INDEFENSIBLE’

26 February, 2004
SOC/CP/284REGIONAL WORKSHOP IN TURKEY ADDRESSES TERRORISM, ORGANIZED CRIME

6 February, 2004
SG/SM/9149SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED AT ‘INDISCRIMINATE ACT OF TERRORISM’ IN MOSCOW SUBWAY

3 February, 2004
DC/2905DISARMAMENT ADVISORY BOARD TO ADDRESS TERRORISM, WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AT FORTHCOMING NEW YORK SESSION, 4 - 6 FEBRUARY

29 January, 2004
SG/SM/9133-PAL/1975SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS THOSE RESORTING TO VIOLENCE, TERROR IN MIDDLE EAST; CALLS ON ISRAELIS, PALESTINIANS TO DEVOTE ALL ENERGIES TO NEGOTIATING TRUE, LASTING PEACE

27 January, 2004
SOC/CP/281COSTA RICA HOSTS UNITED NATIONS COUNTER-TERRORISM WORKSHOP

26 January, 2004
SOC/CP/279/Rev.1‘KHARTOUM DECLARATION ON TERRORISM AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME’ ADOPTED AT UNODC WORKSHOP IN SUDAN

23 January, 2004
SOC/CP/279‘KHARTOUM DECLARATION ON TERRORISM AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME’ ADOPTED AT UNODC WORKSHOP IN SUDAN

20 January, 2004
SOC/NAR/887UN, LIBYA TO EXPAND COOPERATION AGAINST DRUGS, CRIME, TERRORISM

22 December, 2003
GA/10223HUMAN RIGHTS AND TERRORISM, ACCESS TO MEDICATION, RIGHTS TO FOOD, HEALTH AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED, AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADOPTS 70 3RD COMMITTEE TEXTS

9 December, 2003
SG/SM/9066SECRETARY-GENERAL SHOCKED BY TERROR ATTACK IN MOSCOW

5 December, 2003
SG/SM/9054SECRETARY-GENERAL DISMAYED AT APPARENT TERRORIST EXPLOSION IN RUSSIAN COMMUTER TRAIN

28 November, 2003
GA/SHC/3774RIGHTS OF CHILDREN, RACISM, PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS WHILE COMBATTING TERRORISM AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED IN TEXTS APPROVED BY THIRD COMMITTEE

14 November, 2003
GA/SHC/3766SPEAKERS IN THIRD COMMITTEE DEBATE STRESS NEED TO INTEGRATE RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS INTO COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGIES

12 November, 2003
SC/7916PRESS STATEMENTS BY SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT ON TERRORIST ATTACK, THREATS

10 November, 2003
SG/SM/8995SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS RIYADH TERRORIST ATTACK

29 October, 2003
GA/DIS/3264DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE CONSENSUS TEXT CALLS ON ALL STATES TO SUPPORT EFFORTS TO PREVENT TERRORISTS FROM ACQUIRING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION

20 October, 2003
SG/SM/8952-DC/2893CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION, EFFECTIVELY IMPLEMENTED, CAN BE POWERFUL INSTRUMENT AGAINST TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS CONFERENCE OF STATES PARTIES

17 October, 2003
GA/L/3234LEGAL COMMITTEE IS TOLD CONCERTED GLOBAL ACTION IS ONLY WAY TO DEFEAT TERRORISM; COMPLETION OF NEW CONVENTIONS URGED

16 October, 2003
SC/7900SECURITY COUNCIL CALLS ON COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TO HELP INCREASE MEANS AVAILABLE TO STATES TO COMBAT TERRORISM

15 October, 2003
GA/L/3233WORK MUST CONTINUE ON FRAMING CONVENTIONS AGAINST TERRORISM, GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE IS TOLD

9 October, 2003
SG/SM/8930-IK/396SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS LATEST TERRORIST INCIDENTS IN IRAQ, REMAINS ‘GREATLY CONCERNED’ AT SECURITY SITUATION

30 September, 2003
GA/10163GENERAL ASSEMBLY HEARS CALLS FOR MULTILATERAL APPROACH AS MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO COMBAT TERRORISM, ACHIEVE DEVELOPMENT

23 September, 2003
GA/10156OPENING ANNUAL GENERAL DEBATE, GENERAL ASSEMBLY HEARS CALL FOR RADICAL CHANGE TO ADDRESS THREATS OF TERRORISM, WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION

22 September, 2003
SG/SM/8885ABILITY TO REASON VITAL IN FIGHTING TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS CONFERENCE

18 September, 2003
SOC/NAR/875UN DRUGS CHIEF: DRUG, HUMAN TRAFFICKING FUEL GLOBAL TERROR

12 September, 2003
SC/7868SECURITY COUNCIL LIFTS SANCTIONS IMPOSED ON LIBYA AFTER TERRORIST BOMBINGS OF PAN AM 103, UTA 772

11 September, 2003
SG/SM/8865ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF TERRORIST ATTACKS ON UNITED STATES, SECRETARY-GENERAL EXTENDS CONDOLENCES TO FAMILIES, FRIENDS OF VICTIMS

SG/SM/8866WE APPROACH OPENING OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY ‘WITH HEAVY HEARTS’, IN AFTERMATH OF TERRORIST ATTACKS, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS

9 September, 2003
SG/SM/8858SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACKS IN ISRAEL

4 September, 2003
DC/2887SPEAKERS AT TEST BAN TREATY CONFERENCE RAISE CONCERNS ABOUT POTENTIAL THREATS OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM, RESUMED WEAPONS TESTING

29 August, 2003
SG/SM/8838-IK/388SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN NAJAF, IRAQ

25 August, 2003
SG/SM/8830SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMB ATTACKS IN INDIA

20 August, 2003
SC/7850SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK AGAINST BAGHDAD HEADQUARTERS, STATES UN IRAQ MISSION ‘WILL NOT BE INTIMIDATED’

29 July, 2003
SC/7830SOME RECENT SUCCESS ACHIEVED AGAINT AL QAEDA, BUT RECENT ATTACKS UNDERSCORE CHALLENGES AHEAD IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM, SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD

28 July, 2003
SC/7827DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES DEALING WITH TERRORISM (1267 COMMITTEE AND COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE)

23 July, 2003
SC/7823FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM WOULD BE LONG WITH NO SHORT CUTS, COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL

8 July, 2003
SOC/CP/264UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME DEVELOPS MODEL LAWS TO HELP COMBAT TERRORISM

7 July, 2003
Note No. 5800PANEL ON TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME AND TERRORISM TO BE HELD ON 8 JULY

SG/SM/8773SECRETARY-GENERAL ‘STRONGLY DEPLORES’ TERRORIST ATTACKS IN PAKISTAN, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

30 June, 2003
HR/4682UN RIGHTS EXPERTS CALL FOR RESPECT OF LIBERTIES IN ANTI-TERROR MEASURES

23 May, 2003
SOC/CP/256UN, PORTUGAL COOPERATE IN PROMOTING CONVENTIONS AGAINST CRIME, TERRORISM AND CORRUPTION

19 May, 2003
HR/4669HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS OUTRAGED BY TERRORIST ATTACKS IN CASABLANCA

13 May, 2003
SG/SM/8701SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS ‘HEINOUS ACTS OF TERRORISM’ IN RUSSIAN FEDERATION, SAUDI ARABIA

6 May, 2003
SC/7754‘WE MUST NOT FALL INTO COMPLACENCY’ IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM, PRIME MINISTER OF SPAIN TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL

30 April, 2003
SG/SM/8681-PAL/1942SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN TEL AVIV, SAYS IT MUST NOT DERAIL PEACE PROCESS

4 April, 2003
SC/7718OUTGOING CHAIR OF SECURITY COUNCIL’S COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE SAYS UNITED NATIONS NOW CENTRE OF GLOBAL ANTI-TERRORISM NETWORK

2 April, 2003
L/3030GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM RECOMMENDS LEGAL COMMITTEE WORKING GROUP FOR TWO DRAFT TREATIES

1 April, 2003
L/3029COORDINATORS FOR NEGOTIATIONS ON TWO INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS REPORT ON PROGRESS TO TERRORISM AD HOC COMMITTEE

31 March, 2003
L/3028GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM OPENS SEVENTH SESSION; WILL CONTINUE NEGOTIATIONS ON TWO DRAFT TREATIES

27 March, 2003
HR/CT/630HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE BRIEFED ON WORK OF COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE

6 March, 2003
SG/SM/8624-SC/7680ALL MUST WORK TOGETHER TO COUNTER TERRORISM, PREVENT SPREAD OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS

SC/7679SPECIAL MEETING OF SECURITY COUNCIL’S COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE HEARS CALL FOR SYSTEMATIC INTERNATIONAL, REGIONAL COOPERATION

3 March, 2003
Note No. 5777SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE WITH INTERNATIONAL, REGIONAL AND SUBREGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS TO BE HELD ON 6 MARCH

20 February, 2003
SC/7667UN ACTION AGAINST GLOBAL TERRORIST THREAT, STRENGTHENED FUTURE STEPS FOCUS OF SECURITY COUNCIL DEBATE

13 February, 2003
SC/7663SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS 7 FEBRUARY BOMB ATTACK IN BOGOTA, SAYS ACT OF TERRORISM THREATENS PEACE, SECURITY

10 February, 2003
SG/SM/8599SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN COLOMBIA

3 February, 2003
SOC/CP/251OPEN DISCUSSION ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM AND WORLD GOVERNANCE

20 January, 2003
SG/SM/8583-SC/7639MENACE OF TERRORISM REQUIRES GLOBAL RESPONSE, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, STRESSING IMPORTANCE OF INCREASED UNITED NATIONS ROLE

SC/7638MINISTERIAL-LEVEL SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING CALLS FOR URGENT ACTION TO PREVENT, SUPPRESS ALL SUPPORT FOR TERRORISM

20 December, 2002
GA/10127NEED FOR MULTILATERALISM, ELIMINATION OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM STRESSED DURING CURRENT GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION

17 December, 2002
SC/7606SECURITY COUNCIL ENCOURAGES COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TO BUILD DIALOGUE WITH RELATED ORGANIZATIONS, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT

13 December, 2002
SC/7602COUNCIL VOTES TO CONDEMN TERRORIST ATTACK IN KENYA, AS IT ADOPTS RESOLUTION 1450 (2002) BY VOTE OF 14-1

11 December, 2002
GA/SM/304-HR/4634-OBV/316WORLD COMMUNITY MUST RECONCILE ANTI-TERRORISM STRUGGLE WITH RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, SAYS GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT

29 November, 2002
SG/SM/8533-PAL/1928SECRETARY-GENERAL ‘DISMAYED’ BY BEIT SHE’AN ATTACK, CONDEMNS SUCH TERRORIST ACTS AS ‘EXTREMELY HARMFUL TO PALESTINIAN CAUSE’

SG/SM/8531-AFR/528SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS MOMBASA TERRORIST ATTACKS

22 November, 2002
GA/10105GENERAL ASSEMBLY CALLS FOR STRENGTHENED NATIONAL MEASURES TO PREVENT TERRORIST ACQUISITION OF MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS

21 November, 2002
GA/SHC/3729NEED FOR COMPLIANCE WITH HUMAN RIGHTS OBLIGATIONS IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM STRESSED, AS THIRD COMMITTEE APPROVES SIX DRAFT RESOLUTIONS

SG/SM/8518TERRORISM IS GLOBAL THREAT, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, BUT MEASURES AGAINST IT MUST NOT BE USED TO JUSTIFY HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

15 November, 2002
SG/SM/8498SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS 'DESPICABLE' HEBRON TERRORIST ATTACK

4 November, 2002
GA/AB/3533FIFTH COMMITTEE QUESTIONS ADDITIONAL RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS OF $620,000 FOR SECRETARIAT’S TERRORISM PREVENTION BRANCH

25 October, 2002
GA/DIS/3240STRENGTHENED MEANS TO KEEP TERRORISTS FROM ACQUIRING MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS CALLED FOR IN ONE OF NINE DRAFT RESOLUTIONS APPROVED BY DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE

18 October, 2002
GA/DIS/3236IMPLEMENTATION OF DISARMAMENT AGREEMENTS, TERRORISM AND MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED IN 17 TEXTS INTRODUCED IN FIRST COMMITTEE

14 October, 2002
GA/EF/3002SECOND COMMITTEE SPEAKERS LINK ILLICIT TRANSFER OF FUNDS TO TERRORISM, DOMESTIC CONFLICT AND CAPITAL FLIGHT

10 October, 2002
GA/DIS/3231THREAT OF CONFLICT IN SOUTH ASIA, USE OF TERROR AS ‘STRATEGIC WEAPON’ AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED, AS FIRST COMMITTEE CONCLUDES GENERAL DEBATE

8 October, 2002
SC/7524SECURITY COUNCIL, MOVING TO SUPPORT GLOBAL EFFORTS, SEEKS REPORTS FROM ALL COUNTRIES ON STEPS TAKEN AGAINST TERRORISM

4 October, 2002
SG/SM/8417-SC/7523ADDRESSING SECURITY COUNCIL, SECRETARY-GENERAL ENDORSES THREE-PRONGED COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

GA/L/3211COMPLETION OF TWO FURTHER CONVENTIONS AGAINST TERRORISM IS URGED IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE

SC/7522SECURITY COUNCIL CONSIDERS TERRORISTS THREATS TO INTERNATIONAL PEACE, SECURITY

GA/DIS/3228TRADITIONAL SECURITY CALCULATIONS SHATTERED BY TERRORIST THREATS, YET RESPONSE FURTHER AGGRAVATES SITUATION, FIRST COMMITTEE TOLD

3 October, 2002
GA/L/3210ASSEMBLY'S LEGAL COMMITTEE IS TOLD FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM SHOULD GO TO ROOT CAUSES, NOT CONTRAVENE HUMAN RIGHTS, DEMOCRATIC VALUES

GA/L/3209/Corr.1WORLD COMMUNITY MUST SPEAK WITH ONE VOICE IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM, ASSEMBLY'S LEGAL COMMITTEE TOLD

GA/DIS/3227WORLD TURNS AWAY FROM ‘BALANCE OF TERROR’, BUT NOW FACES DRAMATICALLY INCREASED TERRORIST THREAT, UNITED STATES TELLS FIRST COMMITTEE

2 October, 2002
GA/L/3209WORLD COMMUNITY MUST SPEAK WITH ONE VOICE IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM, ASSEMBLY’S LEGAL COMMITTEE TOLD

1 October, 2002
GA/SHC/3690CRITICAL LINKS BETWEEN CRIME, ILLICIT DRUGS, CORRUPTION, TERRORISM REVEALED BY 11 SEPTEMBER EVENTS, THIRD COMMITTEE TOLD

27 September, 2002
GA/DIS/3222STALLED GLOBAL DISARMAMENT EFFORTS, TERRORIST USE OF MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS BACKDROP FOR DISARMAMENT DEBATE BEGINNING 30 SEPTEMBER

20 September, 2002
GA/10065GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONCLUDES GENERAL DEBATE DOMINATED BY TERRORISM, IRAQ ISSUE, MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA

19 September, 2002
SG/SM/8392SECRETARY-GENERAL, APPALLED BY RECENT MIDDLE EAST VIOLENCE, REITERATES CALL FOR END TO VIOLENCE AND TERROR

18 September, 2002
GA/10060VIOLENCE, TERRORISM CAN NEVER ACHIEVE PEACE, SECURITY OR DEVELOPMENT, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD

13 September, 2002
GA/10047DRUG TRAFFICKING, TERRORISM, DEEPENING POVERTY, AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONTINUES ANNUAL DEBATE

GA/10048VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT HUGO CHAVEZ URGES WORLD LEADERS TO REAFFIRM COMMITMENT TO ADDRESS ROOT CAUSE OF TERRORISM

12 September, 2002
GA/SM/289‘TERRORISM IS OUR IRRECONCILABLE ENEMY’ SAYS GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT ON ANNIVERSARY OF ATTACKS ON UNITED STATES

GA/SM/287MIDDLE EAST, ANTI-TERRORISM WAR HIGHLIGHTED AS ISSUES OF FOCUS FOR FIFTY-SEVENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION

11 September, 2002
SG/SM/8376NO GREATER AFFRONT TO SPIRIT OF UNITED NATIONS THAN 11 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACKS SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL TO COMMEMORATION AT HEADQUARTERS

10 September, 2002
PI/1440UN REPORT HIGHLIGHTS NEW MEANS TO ADDRESS INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

5 August, 2002
GA/10037GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEMANDS IMMEDIATE END TO MILITARY INCURSIONS, VIOLENCE AND TERROR IN MIDDLE EAST

1 August, 2002
DC/2836CHALLENGE OF TERRORISM FOR INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, DISARMAMENT: GLOBAL AND REGIONAL IMPACT ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL MEETING

17 July, 2002
SG/SM/8306-PAL/1922PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY MUST ‘DE-LEGITIMIZE TERRORISM’; ISRAEL MUST STOP SETTLEMENT ACTIVITY IN PALESTINIAN TERRITORY, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL

16 July, 2002
SG/SM/8305SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS TERRORIST ATTACK ON ISRAELI BUS ‘CLEARLY DESIGNED’ TO DISRUPT SEARCH FOR PEACE

27 June, 2002
SC/7436CHAIRMAN OF SECURITY COUNCIL’S COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE DESCRIBES RECENT SUCCESS IN IMPLEMENTING COUNCIL’S ANTI-TERRORISM STRATEGY

13 June, 2002
SOC/CP/246NEW STRATEGIES TO COUNTER TERRORISM DURING MAJOR EVENTS TO BE DISCUSSED BY INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS AT MEETING IN TURIN (ITALY)

12 June, 2002
SG/SM/8267SPREAD OF TERRORISM THREAT TO VERY FOUNDATIONS OF UNITED NATIONS SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL TO LISBON ANTI-TERRORISM MEETING

31 May, 2002
SOC/CP/245VIENNA SYMPOSIUM WILL FOCUS ON UNITED NATIONS CONTRIBUTION TO COMBATING INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

20 May, 2002
SG/SM/8244SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS 'TERRORIST ATTACKS FROM WHATEVER QUARTER'

14 May, 2002
SG/SM/8236SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS, IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS, TERRORIST ATTACK IN KASHMIR

29 April, 2002
Note No. 5728WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY TO BE OBSERVED AT HEADQUARTERS ON 2 MAY; PANEL OF JOURNALISTS TO DISCUSS ‘COVERING THE WAR ON GLOBAL TERROR’

15 April, 2002
SC/7361SECURITY COUNCIL, BRIEFED BY CHAIRMAN OF COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE, STRESSES NEED FOR ALL STATES TO REPORT ON ANTI-TERRORISM EFFORTS

12 April, 2002
SG/SM/8196-HR/CN/989SECRETARY-GENERAL TO COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS: HUMAN RIGHTS MUST NOT BE SACRIFICED TO COUNTER-TERRORISM

8 April, 2002
L/T/4366TREATY ON SUPPRESSION OF FINANCING OF TERRORISM COMES INTO FORCE

11 February, 2002
ORG/1346UNITED NATIONS STAFF RAISE MORE THAN $150,000 FOR VICTIMS OF TERROR ATTACKS AGAINST UNITED STATES

1 February, 2002
L/2993FINALIZING TREATY REQUIRES AGREEMENT ON ‘ARMED FORCES’, ‘FOREIGN OCCUPATION’, ANTI-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TOLD

31 January, 2002
L/2992AGREEMENT ON COMPREHENSIVE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON TERRORISM ‘ELUSIVE’, AD HOC COMMITTEE IS TOLD

SC/7291SECURITY COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS ISSUES CONCERNING AFGHANISTAN, AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST, TERRORISM, IN ‘WRAP UP’ MEETING FOR JANUARY

30 January, 2002
L/2991AD HOC COMMITTEE ENGAGED IN CONSULTATIONS ON CONVENING HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

28 January, 2002
L/2990AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM TO NEGOTIATE DIFFERENCE ON COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION, NUCLEAR TERRORISM TREATY IN INFORMAL CONSULTATIONS

L/2989POLITICAL WILL, COMPROMISE NEEDED TO BRIDGE DIVIDE ON REMAINING CONVENTION PROVISIONS, ANTI-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TOLD AS IT BEGINS SESSION

18 January, 2002
SC/7276ADDRESSING SECURITY COUNCIL, SECRETARY-GENERAL CALLS ON COUNTER-TERRORISM COMMITTEE TO DEVELOP LONG-TERM STRATEGY TO DEFEAT TERROR

SG/SM/8105-SC/7277SECRETARY-GENERAL, ADDRESSING COUNCIL MEETING ON COUNTER-TERRORISM, SAYS UNITED NATIONS ‘STANDS FOUR-SQUARE’ AGAINST SCOURGE

14 January, 2002
SC/7266AFGHANISTAN, TERRORISM, AFRICA, CONTINUING MIDDLE EAST VIOLENCE AMONG CRUCIAL ISSUES FOR SECURITY COUNCIL IN 2001

SG/SM/8096SECRETARY-GENERAL WELCOMES EMPHASIS ON TOLERANCE, RULE OF LAW, NEED TO FIGHT TERRORISM IN SPEECH BY PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN

21 December, 2001
SC/7251SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS HIGHLIGHT AFRICAN ISSUES, TRANSPARENCY, BETTER TARGETED SANCTIONS, COUNTER-TERRORISM IN WRAP-UP MEETING

19 December, 2001
GA/10001GENERAL ASSEMBLY REITERATES CONDEMNATION OF TERRORISM; ADOPTS 65 RESOLUTIONS ON SOCIAL, HUMANITARIAN ISSUES, 16 BY RECORDED VOTE

14 December, 2001
GA/9999GENERAL ASSEMBLY URGES MEMBER STATES TO SUPPORT IAEA IN PREVENTING ACTS OF NUCLEAR-RELATED TERRORISM

13 December, 2001
SG/SM/8079SECRETARY-GENERAL, OUTRAGED BY TERRORIST ATTACK ON INDIAN PARLIAMENT, CONVEYS CONDOLENCES TO GOVERNMENT, PEOPLE OF INDIA

6 December, 2001
GA/9991FOLLOWING TERRORIST ATTACKS, ASSEMBLY TOLD GLOBAL NORMS AGAINST PROLIFERATION, USE OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION MUST BE STRENGTHENED

5 December, 2001
SG/SM/8067-HR/4575-OBV/255SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS UNITED ACTION AGAINST TERRORISM HAS UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS DIMENSION; VIOLATIONS ARE WARNING OF FUTURE CONFLICT

3 December, 2001
SG/SM/8056SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS BOMBINGS IN JERUSALEM, HAIFA AS TERRORISM; CALLS ON PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY TO BRING THOSE RESPONSIBLE TO JUSTICE

29 November, 2001
GA/9983NEED FOR DISARMAMENT PROGRESS AS CONTRIBUTION TO ANTI-TERRORISM REPORT STRESSED IN RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

21 November, 2001
GA/L/3200FINAL AGREEMENT ELUSIVE, LEGAL COMMITTEE ENDORSES FURTHER WORK TOWARDS COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION AGAINST TERRORISM

20 November, 2001
GA/SPD/227MEDIA COVERAGE OF TERRORIST ATTACKS, UN RADIO PROJECT AMONG ISSUES DISCUSSED AS FOURTH COMMITTEE CONTINUES CONSIDERATION OF INFORMATION QUESTIONS

19 November, 2001
GA/SHC/3667REFUGEES VICTIMS OF TERRORISM, NOT ITS PERPETRATORS, HIGH COMMISSIONER TELLS THIRD COMMITTEE, AS REFUGEE DEBATE OPENS

16 November, 2001
SOC/CP/237GOVERNMENTS CALL FOR STRENGTHENING ANTI-TERRORISM ROLE OF UN CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION

GA/9971TERRORISM MUST BE ADDRESSED IN PARALLEL WITH POVERTY, UNDERDEVELOPMENT, INEQUALITY, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD, AS GENERAL DEBATE CONCLUDES

13 November, 2001
GA/9964WHILE FOCUS ON TERRORISM WARRANTED, WORLD’S ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, POLITICAL, HUMANITARIAN CONCERNS NEED ATTENTION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD

12 November, 2001
GA/9962CALLS FOR RESOLUTE ACTION AGAINST TERRORISM TEMPERED IN ASSEMBLY BY APPEALS FOR CAUTION IN IDENTIFYING ‘ENEMY’

SG/SM/8021-SC/7209SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES IMPLEMENTATION OF LEGAL INSTRUMENTS ON TERRORISM, RENEWS CALL FOR AGREEMENT ON COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION

SC/7207SECURITY COUNCIL CALLS ON ALL STATES TO INTENSIFY EFFORTS TO ELIMINATE INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

11 November, 2001
GA/9960ASSEMBLY SPEAKERS LINK FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM TO ACHIEVEMENT OF OVERALL UN GOALS

DC/2817NUCLEAR-WEAPON USE BY TERRORISTS, ‘CHAIN OF SETBACKS’ IN DISARMAMENT AMONG ISSUES HIGHLIGHTED IN TEST-BAN-TREATY CONFERENCE

GA/9959UNIVERSAL CONDEMNATION OF TERRORISM CONTINUES IN ASSEMBLY’S GENERAL DEBATE, COUNTER-ACTION SUPPORTED; FIVE PRESIDENTS HEARD

10 November, 2001
GA/9958‘TERRORISM NOT A CHRISTIAN, BUDDHIST, JEWISH OR MUSLIM BELIEF’, PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN TELLS GENERAL ASSEMBLY

9 November, 2001
Note No. 5695OVER 50 COUNTRIES EXPECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN TERRORISM-RELATED TREATY EVENT AT HEADQUARTERS

8 November, 2001
GA/9950TERRORISM DENIES UNIVERSALITY OF VALUES IMPLICIT IN DIALOGUE AMONG CIVILIZATIONS, INDIA TELLS ASSEMBLY AS TWO-DAY SESSION BEGINS

6 November, 2001
GA/DIS/3219DISARMAMENT PROGRESS NEEDED AS PART OF ANTI-TERRORISM EFFORT, BY TERMS OF DRAFT RESOLUTION APPROVED IN FIRST COMMITTEE

SG/SM/8013SECRETARY-GENERAL REPEATS CALL FOR GLOBAL RESPONSE TO TERRORISM, URGING MORAL STRUGGLE AGAINST 'AN EVIL THAT IS ANATHEMA TO ALL FAITHS'

2 November, 2001
NOTE 5691WEEK-LONG HEADQUARTERS EVENT TO FOCUS ON TREATIES RELATED TO TERRORISM

31 October, 2001
GA/SHC/3650MERCENARIES OFTEN A PRESENCE IN TERRORIST ATTACKS, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR TELLS THIRD COMMITTEE AS IT BEGINS DISCUSSIONS ON SELF-DETERMINATION

30 October, 2001
GA/DIS/3212TERRORIST USE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS, BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION REVIEW AMONG ISSUES ADDRESSED BY 14 TEXTS INTRODUCED IN FIRST COMMITTEE

23 October, 2001
GA/DIS/3208DISARMAMENT PROGRESS CONTRIBUTES TO GLOBAL EFFORT AGAINST TERRORISM STATES DRAFT TEXT INTRODUCED BY CHAIRMAN IN FIRST COMMITTEE

22 October, 2001
GA/9937GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS TOLD ‘CULTURE OF PEACE’ NEEDS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, IN AFTERMATH OF 11 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACKS

SG/SM/7999-AFR/344SECRETARY-GENERAL COMMENDS AFRICAN EFFORTS AGAINST TERRORISM, URGES RATIFICATION, IMPLEMENTATION OF EXISTING CONVENTIONS

17 October, 2001
GA/DIS/3206NEW SECURITY PARADIGM NEEDED FOLLOWING 11 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACK FIRST COMMITTEE TOLD, AS GENERAL DEBATE CONCLUDES

10 October, 2001
ECO/21-PI/1385FOLLOWING TERRORIST ATTACKS, UN REVISES FORECAST FOR WORLD ECONOMIC GROWTH IN 2001 TO 1.4 PER CENT; WARNS THAT LONG-RUN GROWTH RATE WILL BE ‘ADVERSELY AFFECTED’

9 October, 2001
GA/DIS/3199NEW CONCEPT OF SECURITY NEEDED FOLLOWING 11 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACK CHINA TELLS FIRST COMMITTEE, AS GENERAL DEBATE CONTINUES

SG/SM/7989-AFG/154ORGANIZATION OF ISLAMIC CONFERENCE HAS CENTRAL ROLE IN DEVISING EFFECTIVE STRATEGY TO COMBAT TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS

8 October, 2001
SG/SM/7985-AFG/149‘TO DEFEAT TERRORISM, WE NEED A SUSTAINED EFFORT AND BROAD STRATEGY THAT UNITE ALL NATIONS’, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL

GA/SM/274-AFG/151ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT SAYS NOW IS TIME TO UNITE AGAINST TERRORISM; CAUTIONS THAT HUMANITARIAN AID TO AFGHANISTAN MUST CONTINUE

AFG/152-SC/7167PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORIST THREATS BY SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT

GA/DIS/3198REMARKABLE UNITY IN WAKE OF 11 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACK MUST BE USED TO REINFORCE MULTILATERAL DISARMAMENT REGIME, FIRST COMMITTEE TOLD

5 October, 2001
GA/9929ASSEMBLY WINDS UP WEEK-LONG DEBATE ON ELIMINATION OF TERRORISM

GA/9928IMMEDIATE ANTI-TERRORISM STEPS AVAILABLE EVEN WITHOUT LEGAL DEFINITION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD, AS TERRORISM DEBATE BEGINS FIFTH DAY

GA/9924/CORR.1TERRORISM ON AGENDA SINCE 1972, BUT ANSWER CANNOT WAIT ANOTHER 30 YEARS GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD, AS THIRD DAY OF TERRORISM DEBATE BEGINS

4 October, 2001
GA/DIS/319611 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACK CREATES NEW CONCEPT OF SECURITY THREAT FIRST COMMITTEE TOLD, AS IT ELECTS OFFICERS, ADOPTS WORK PROGRAMME

GA/9926CONFLICT PREVENTION, NOT REACTION, SHOULD BE BASIS OF STATES' RESPONSE TO TERROR, ASSEMBLY TOLD

GA/9927GENERAL ASSEMBLY HEARS 34 SPEAKERS IN CONTINUED DEBATE ON GLOBAL TERRORISM; DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TERRORISM, LEGITIMATE RESISTANCE AMONG ISSUES RAISED

SC/7163PRESS STATEMENT ON 'TERRORISM COMMITTEE' BY PRESIDENT OF SECURITY COUNCIL

3 October, 2001
GA/9925ASSEMBLY HEARS CALL FOR DEFINITION OF TERRORISM

GA/9924TERRORISM ON AGENDA SINCE 1972, BUT ANSWER CANNOT WAIT ANOTHER 30 YEARS GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD, AS THIRD DAY OF TERRORISM DEBATE BEGINS

2 October, 2001
SG/SM/7978SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST SUICIDE BOMBING IN KASHMIR

GA/9922SPEAKERS CALL FOR COMPREHENSIVE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON TERRORISM, IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEBATE

GA/9923TERRORISM REQUIRES RESPONSE FOUNDED ON INCLUSION, FAIRNESS, LEGITIMACY, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD, AS DEBATE CONTINUES

1 October, 2001
SG/SM/7977-GA/9920SECRETARY-GENERAL, ADDRESSING ASSEMBLY ON TERRORISM, CALLS FOR `IMMEDIATE, FAR-REACHING CHANGES’ IN UN RESPONSE TO TERROR

GA/9919UNPRECEDENTED UNITY PROMPTED BY ‘TERRIBLE EVIL’ OF 11 SEPTEMBER ATTACK SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGINS TERRORISM DEBATE

28 September, 2001
SC/7158SECURITY COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTS WIDE-RANGING ANTI-TERRORISM RESOLUTION; CALLS FOR SUPPRESSING FINANCING, IMPROVING INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

26 September, 2001
GA/9918ASSEMBLY CONCLUDES DEBATE ON REPORT OF SECRETARY-GENERAL WITH REITERATED CALLS FOR ACTION TO COMBAT TERRORISM

SOC/4584UNIVERSITY FOR PEACE RECTOR SAYS WORLD SHAKEN, CHANGED BY TERRORIST ATTACK; INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE SHOULD BE CAREFULLY MEASURED, PRECISELY FOCUSED

25 September, 2001
GA/9917POVERTY REDUCTION, TERRORISM, DISARMAMENT, HUMANITARIAN RELIEF DISCUSSED AS GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONTINUES REVIEW OF SECRETARY-GENERAL REPORT

24 September, 2001
GA/9915DEBATING REPORT OF SECRETARY-GENERAL ON WORK OF ORGANIZATION, SPEAKERS FOCUS ON FIGHT AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

21 September, 2001
SC/7152PRESS STATEMENT ON TERRORISM BY PRESIDENT OF SECURITY COUNCIL

20 September, 2001
SC/7149IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT ON ANGOLA, SECURITY COUNCIL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS BY UNITA

17 September, 2001
HQ/611CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH HOST COUNTRY EXPRESSES OUTRAGE AT LAST WEEK’S TERRORIST ATTACKS

DC/2806CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT HEARS STATEMENTS STRONGLY CONDEMNING TERRORIST ATTACKS ON UNITED STATES

SG/SM/7958-IAEA/1348NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT PROGRESS EVEN MORE IMPORTANT AFTER TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED STATES SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL TO ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY MEETING

SG/SM/7959-AFG/144SECRETARY-GENERAL SADDENED BY ASSASSINATION OF KEY AFGHAN LEADER, SAYS ACT OF TERRORISM FURTHER COMPLICATES EFFORTS TO END CONFLICT

14 September, 2001
SG/SM/7956-ORG/1335‘OUR PLACE IS BESIDE THOSE IN DISTRESS’, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS STAFF AT SPECIAL MEETING FOR TERROR VICTIMS

12 September, 2001
GA/9903OPENING ITS FIFTY-SIXTH SESSION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY CONDEMNS HEINOUS ACTS OF TERRORISM PERPETRATED IN HOST CITY AND WASHINGTON

SG/SM/7949-SC/7142SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED STATES ‘IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS’

SC/7143SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS, ‘IN STRONGEST TERMS’, TERRORIST ATTACKS ON UNITED STATES

SG/SM/7951-GA/9906WORDS ALONE INADEQUATE AS RESPONSE TO TERRORIST ATTACKS, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS OPENING OF FIFTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

11 September, 2001
SC/7141PRESS STATEMENT BY SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN UNITED STATES

SG/SM/7948SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS ON THE UNITED STATES

18 May, 2001
SG/SM/7810SECRETARY-GENERAL DEEPLY DISTURBED BY DISPROPORTIONATE ISRAELI RESPONSE TO APPALLING TERRORIST ATTACK

21 March, 2001
SC/7036SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS EXTREMIST VIOLENCE, TERRORIST ACTIVITIES IN FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA, SOUTHERN SERBIA

23 February, 2001
L/2974AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM CONCLUDES TWO-WEEK HEADQUARTERS SESSION; CONTINUES CONSIDERATION OF DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION

12 February, 2001
L/2971COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM TAKES UP DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTION

L/2972GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM ADOPTS PROGRAMME OF WORK

19 December, 2000
SC/6979SECURITY COUNCIL IMPOSES WIDE NEW MEASURES AGAINST TALIBAN AUTHORITIES IN AFGHANISTAN, DEMANDS ACTION ON TERRORISM Resolution 1333 (2000) Calls for Closure of Training Camps, End to Provision of Sanctuary; Ban Imposed on Military Assistance

12 December, 2000
GA/9845ASSEMBLY SEEKS CONTINUED WORK TOWARDS CONVENTION AGAINST TERRORISM; SUPPORT URGED FOR STATUTE OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

6 December, 2000
SC/6970LEGAL COUNSEL BRIEFS SECURITY COUNCIL ON EFFORTS TO COMBAT TERRORISM; REVIEWS INTERNATIONAL LEGAL REGIME, STRESSES NEED FOR COOPERATION

SC/6971SECURITY COUNCIL REITERATES CONDEMNATION OF TERRORISM, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT

22 November, 2000
GA/L/3176LEGAL COMMITTEE, ENDING WORK FOR SESSION, VOTES TO SEEK ASSEMBLY ACTION ON MEASURES AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

21 November, 2000
GA/L/3174LEGAL COMMITTEE MEETS BRIEFLY; ADJOURNS TO ALLOW FOR FURTHER CONSULTATIONS ON DRAFT TEXT ON MEASURES AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

GA/L/3175LEGAL COMMITTEE TOLD OF EFFORTS TO ACHIEVE CONSENSUS ON DRAFT TEXT ON MEASURES AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

15 November, 2000
GA/L/3169WIDE SUPPORT EXPRESSED FOR COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION TO COMBAT ‘SCOURGE’ OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

13 November, 2000
GA/L/3167LEGAL COMMITTEE HEARS CALLS FOR GLOBAL COLLABORATION IN FIGHT AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

30 October, 2000
SG/SM/7608SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORISM AFTER MURDER OF SPANISH JUDGE

27 October, 2000
SG/SM/7605SECRETARY-GENERAL DISTRESSED BY KILLINGS IN SRI LANKA; CONDEMNS TERRORIST ACTS IN STRONGEST TERMS

8 September, 2000
GA/9757*LIBYA CALLS FOR REDEFINITION OF TERRORISM AS MILLENNIUM SUMMIT CONTINUES; SRI LANKA MAKES PLEA FOR INTEGRITY OF SOVEREIGN STATES

24 February, 2000
SG/SM/7313SECRETARY-GENERAL DEPLORES TERRORIST ACTS IN SPAIN

21 February, 2000
L/2942/GENERAL ASSEMBLY"S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM DISCUSSES POSSIBLE HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE

18 February, 2000
L/2945AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM APPROVES INTRODUCTORY SEGMENT OF DRAFT REPORT

L/2946AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM CONCLUDES FOURTH SESSION; APPROVES REPORT

17 February, 2000
L/2944AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM HEARS REPORT ON CONSULTATIONS ON DRAFT CONVENTION ON SUPPRESSION OF ACTS OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM

16 February, 2000
L/2943GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM CONTINUES DEBATE ON PROPOSED HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE

15 February, 2000
L/2942GENERAL ASSEMBLY"S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM DISCUSSES POSSIBLE HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE

14 February, 2000
L/2941GENERAL ASSEMBLY"S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM BEGINS GENERAL DEBATE

L/2940GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORISM BEGINS FOURTH SESSION

12 January, 2000
L/T/4342NEW UNITED NATIONS TREATY TARGETS FINANCING OF TERRORISM

31 December, 1999
SG/SM/7273SECRETARY-GENERAL, RELIEVED THAT INDIAN AIRLINES HIJACKING HAS ENDED, REITERATES CONDEMNATION OF ALL TERRORIST ACTS

20 December, 1999
SG/SM/7265SECRETARY-GENERAL PROFOUNDLY SHOCKED TO LEARN ABOUT INDISCRIMINATE TERRORIST ACT AGAINST PRESIDENT OF SRI LANKA

9 December, 1999
GA/9683ASSEMBLY ADOPTS CONVENTION ON SUPPRESSION OF TERRORIST FINANCING; TEXT TO OPEN FOR SIGNATURE ON 10 JANUARY

23 November, 1999
GA/L/3140CONSENSUS ELUDES LEGAL COMMITTEE IN FINAL ACT OF SESSION AS IT RECOMMENDS BLANKET CONDEMNATION OF TERRORISM

19 November, 1999
GA/SHC/3566/CITING TERRORISM AS VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL COMMITTEE CALLS FOR INTERNATIONAL, REGIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST IT

18 November, 1999
GA/SHC/3566CITING TERRORISM AS VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL COMMITTEE CALLS FOR INTERNATIONALISM, REGIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST IT

SG/SM/7224GLOBAL EFFORT NEEDED AGAINST TERRORISM, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL BUT RESPONSES MUST BE SOPHISTICATED, PROPORTIONAL

GA/L/3138LEGAL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS NEW ANTI-TERRORISM CONVENTION MAKING IT A CRIME TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR TERRORIST ACTS

16 November, 1999
GA/L/3137LEGAL COMMITTEE APPROVES RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WORK OF CHARTER COMMITTEE; CONTINUES DEBATE ON MEASURES TO COMBAT TERRORISM

15 November, 1999
GA/L/3135LEGAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS CITE OWN ENCOUNTERS WITH INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM; PROPOSE WORLD CONFERENCE, COMPREHENSIVE INSTRUMENT TO COMBAT IT

GA/L/3136LEGAL COMMITTEE SALUTES ACHIEVEMENTS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW DECADE; CONTINUES DEBATE ON ANTI-TERRORISM MEASURES

12 November, 1999
GA/L/3134SPEAKERS IN LEGAL COMMITTEE JUDGE TEXT ON FINANCING TERRORISM READY FOR ADOPTION

22 October, 1999
SC/6743SECURITY COUNCIL, IN PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT, CONDEMNS AFGHANISTAN"S TALIBAN FOR JULY MILITARY OFFENSIVE, SHELTERING TERRORISTS

19 October, 1999
SC/6741SECURITY COUNCIL UNEQUIVOCALLY CONDEMNS TERRORISM AS "CRIMINAL AND UNJUSTIFIABLE"

16 April, 1999
HR/CN/919HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS SAYS SERBIAN FORCES CONTINUING CAMPAIGN OF TERROR AGAINST KOSOVARS

26 March, 1999
L/2918AD HOC COMMITTEE TO PREPARE ANTI-TERRORISM INSTRUMENTS CONCLUDES THIRD SESSION AT HEADQUARTERS, 15 - 26 MARCH

18 March, 1999
L/2917PERSONS SUSPECTED OF FINANCING TERRORISM SHOULD BE EXTRADITED AND PUNISHED, AD HOC COMMITTEE TOLD

16 March, 1999
L/2916AD HOC COMMITTEE BEGINS FIRST READING OF DRAFT CONVENTION ON SUPPRESSION OF TERRORISM FINANCING

15 March, 1999
L/2915AD HOC COMMITTEE ON INSTRUMENTS TO COMBAT INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM BEGINS THIRD SESSION

10 March, 1999
L/2914AD HOC COMMITTEE ON INSTRUMENTS TO COMBAT INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM TO MEET AT HEADQUARTERS, 15 - 26 MARCH

8 December, 1998
GA/9530NEGOTIATIONS WILL BEGIN ON CONVENTION TO SUPPRESS FINANCING OF TERRORISM, GENERAL ASSEMBLY DECIDES, AS IT ACTS ON REPORTS OF SIXTH COMMITTEE

24 November, 1998
GA/L/3103ASSEMBLY WOULD STRONGLY CONDEMN ALL TERRORIST ACTS AS CRIMINAL, BY TEXT APPROVED AS LEGAL COMMITTEE CONCLUDES WORK FOR FIFTY-THIRD SESSION

12 November, 1998
GA/L/3095MAIN POSSESSORS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS SOURCE TRAFFICKERS IN RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, CUBA TELLS SIXTH COMMITTEE REVIEW OF DRAFT TEXT TO FIGHT NUCLEAR TERRORISM

GA/L/3096SIXTH COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN WELCOMES CONSTRUCTIVE SPIRIT PREVAILING DURING TWO-DAY DEBATE ON MEANS TO ELIMINATE INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM

11 November, 1998
GA/L/3094AS PART OF INTERNATIONAL EFFORT TO DEVELOP LEGAL FRAMEWORK TO FIGHT TERRORISM, SIXTH COMMITTEE CONTINUES DEBATE ON DRAFT CONVENTION AGAINST NUCLEAR TERRORISM

GA/L/3093OPENING DEBATE ON DRAFT CONVENTION FOR SUPPRESSION OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM, SIXTH COMMITTEE HEARS CALLS FOR DEFINITION OF TERRORISM

27 October, 1998
GA/SHC/3487RACISM OFTEN FORCE BEHIND TERRORISM, GENOCIDE, ECONOMIC INJUSTICE AND POLITICAL OPPRESSION, THIRD COMMITTEE TOLD

29 September, 1998
GA/9457UNITED STATES BOMBING OF PHARMACEUTICAL PLANT GRAVE 'ACT OF TERRORISM' SUDAN'S MINISTER FOR EXTERNAL RELATIONS TELLS GENERAL ASSEMBLY

20 August, 1998
SG/SM/6675SECRETARY-GENERAL AWAITS FURTHER DETAILS ON UNITED STATES MILITARY ACTIONS IN RESPONSE TO TERRORIST ATTACKS

13 August, 1998
SC/6559SECURITY COUNCIL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMB ATTACKS IN NAIROBI AND DAR ES SALAAM ON 7 AUGUST

7 August, 1998
GA/SM/54ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT SAYS EXPLOSIONS IN KENYA AND UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA WERE ACTS OF INSANE AND BARBAROUS TERROR

27 February, 1998
L/2857AD HOC COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED TO ELABORATE NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION CONCLUDES SESSION AT HEADQUARTERS

18 February, 1998
L/2855AD HOC COMMITTEE CONCLUDES GENERAL DISCUSSION OF DRAFT CONVENTION TO SUPPRESS ACTS OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM

17 February, 1998
L/2854AD HOC COMMITTEE BEGINS CONSIDERING DRAFT CONVENTION TO SUPPRESS NUCLEAR TERRORISM ACTS

13 February, 1998
L/2853AD HOC COMMITTEE TO ELABORATE NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION MEETS AT HEADQUARTERS, 17 - 27 FEBRUARY

23 December, 1997
GA/9391*POST OF DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL, NEW SCALE OF ASSESSMENTS, 1998-1999 BUDGET, ANTI-TERRORIST BOMBINGS CONVENTION AMONG HIGHLIGHTS OF FIFTY-SECOND SESSION

17 December, 1997
GA/L/3068*ASSEMBLY ADOPTION OF INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION AGAINST TERRORIST BOMBINGS IS CLIMAX TO WORK OF SIXTH (LEGAL) COMMITTEE

15 December, 1997
GA/9382GENERAL ASSEMBLY, WITH NO DISSENT, ADOPTS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR SUPPRESSION OF TERRORIST BOMBINGS

1 December, 1997
GA/SHC/3459/RESOLUTION UNEQUIVOCALLY CONDEMNING TERRORISM APPROVED IN THIRD COMMITTEE

26 November, 1997
GA/SHC/3459RESOLUTION UNEQUIVOCALLY CONDEMNING TERRORISM APPROVED IN THIRD COMMITTEE

19 November, 1997
GA/L/3066LEGAL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS ADOPTION OF DRAFT CONVENTION TO SUPPRESS TERRORIST BOMBINGS

17 November, 1997
SG/SM/6396SECRETARY-GENERAL, 'SHOCKED AND APPALLED', CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN EGYPT

14 November, 1997
GA/L/3063NEED TO COMBAT ROOT CAUSES OF TERRORISM STRESSED BY SPEAKERS IN LEGAL COMMITTEE

13 November, 1997
GA/L/3061DISCUSSION OF MEASURES TO COMBAT INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM CONTINUES IN LEGAL COMMITTEE

27 February, 1997
L/2827COMMITTEE ON SUPPRESSION OF TERRORIST BOMBINGS ELECTS RAPPORTEUR; RESUMES DELIBERATIONS AS WORKING GROUP

24 February, 1997
L/2825AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORIST BOMBINGS BEGINS FIRST SESSION

L/2826AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORIST BOMBINGS ELECTS THIRD VICE-CHAIRMAN, ELECTION OF RAPPORTEUR POSTPONED

21 February, 1997
L/2823FIRST SESSION OF AD HOC COMMITTEE ON TERRORIST BOMBINGS AND NUCLEAR TERRORISM TO BE HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, 24 FEBRUARY - 7 MARCH

26 November, 1996
DC/2567VERIFICATION REGIME URGED, TERRORIST THREAT CITED, AS BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS REVIEW CONFERENCE CONTINUES GENERAL DEBATE

1 November, 1996
GA/L/3013ATTEMPTS TO FIGHT TERRORISM ON SELECTIVE GEOGRAPHICAL BASIS HAS LITTLE HOPE OF LASTING SUCCESS, INDIA TELLS SIXTH COMMITTEE

4 October, 1996
GA/L/3008AGREED DEFINITION OF TERRORISM NEEDED TO PROMOTE COOPERATION ON ITS ELIMINATION, SIXTH COMMITTEE TOLD

3 October, 1996
GA/L/3007ASSEMBLY WOULD DECLARE POSSIBLE LIMITS ON RIGHT OF ASYLUM FOR TERRORISTS, UNDER PROPOSAL BY UNITED KINGDOM

25 July, 1996
SG/SM/6028*SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN MESSAGE TO DEMOCRACY AND TERRORISM CONFERENCE, SAYS UN READY TO COORDINATE NEW COUNTER-TERRORIST MEASURES

26 June, 1996
SG/SM/6010/Rev.1SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK AGAINST MILITARY COMPOUND IN SAUDI ARABIA

SG/SM/6010SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED STATES AIR FORCE BASE IN SAUDI ARABIA

29 May, 1996
SG/SM/5992ONLY GLOBAL ACTION CAN ERADICATE EVIL OF TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS IN MESSAGE TO PREPARATORY MEETING FOR TERRORISM SYMPOSIUM

18 April, 1996
SG/SM/5964/Rev.1SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY TERRORIST ATTACK IN CAIRO

27 March, 1996
WOM/917/COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN CONDEMNS MIDDLE EAST TERRORISM

L/2766TERRORISM SHOULD BE `CORE CRIME' OF PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL COURT INDIA TELLS PREPARATORY COMMITTEE

22 March, 1996
WOM/917COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN CONDEMNS MIDDLE EAST TERRORISM

13 March, 1996
SG/SM/5921UN READY TO BE MECHANISM FOR GLOBAL MOBILIZATION AGAINST TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS SUMMIT OF PEACEMAKERS IN EGYPT

7 March, 1996
RD/858ANTI-DISCRIMINATION COMMITTEE TAKES UP REPORT OF HUNGARY, CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN ISR"L

RD/857COMMITTEE ON ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION CONDEMNS RECENT TERRORIST ACTS IN ISR"L

4 March, 1996
SG/SM/5905SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBING IN JERUSALEM

SG/SM/5909SECRETARY-GENERAL, CONDEMNING TODAY'S BOMBING, SAYS WORLD WILL NOT TOLERATE ACTS OF TERRORISM

26 February, 1996
SC/6180PRESIDENT OF SECURITY COUNCIL MAKES STATEMENT TO PRESS ON MEMBERS' BEHALF CONCERNING TERRORIST ATTACKS IN JERUSALEM AND ASHKELON

25 February, 1996
SG/SM/5896SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS 'BRUTAL ACTS OF TERRORISM' IN JERUSALEM AND ASHKELON