CHINA'S NUCLEAR TESTING WILL CEASE WITH ENACTMENT OF TEST BAN, FIRST COMMITTEE TOLD19951017 China Says Ban Should Not Restrict Peaceful Nuclear Explosions; Control of Conventional Arms, Trust Fund for Land-Mines, Also Discussed
UNITED STATES SEEKS COMPREHENSIVE NUCLEAR-TEST BAN BY APRIL 1996, ARMS CONTROL DIRECTOR TELLS FIRST COMMITTEE19951017 Says World's Nuclear Arsenals More Than Sufficiently Tested; Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones, Recent Nuclear Testing Also Addressed
PERMANENT MEMBERS OF SECURITY COUNCIL SHOULD PAY SURCHARGE FOR PEACE-KEEPING OPERATIONS, AUSTRALIA TELLS FIFTH COMMITTEE19951017 Consideration of Proposed 1996-1997 Budget, Medium-Term Plan, Pattern of Conferences Continues
ASSEMBLY TAKES UP SECRETARY-GENERAL'S REPORT ON WORK OF ORGANIZATION19951017 Draft Resolution Introduced on Limiting Tide of Documents Flooding the Organization
MARSHALL ISLANDS REPRESENTATIVE SAYS NUCLEAR TESTS COULD `COLLAPSE ENTIRE ATOLL' IN PACIFIC19951016 Fourth Committee Is Told of Tenfold Increase in Health Problems; France Says Minuscule Part of Atoll Affected, Welcomes Environmental Evaluation
NEEDS OF ELDERLY POPULATION ADDRESSED IN THIRD COMMITTEE19951016
Greater international attention to the needs of the growing elderly population was necessary, speakers told the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) this morning, as it continued its discussion of social development questions.