[<< wikinews] UN releases 2006 list of "10 stories the world should hear more about"
Tuesday, May 16, 2006 
News articles frequently discuss some issues but neglect others that might be more critical. Today the UN issued its third annual list to focus attention on a set of these relatively ignored stories. There is no particular order to the list, summarized here:

Rebuilding Liberia: The nation used to be more stable and productive than its neighbors, but was destroyed by civil war.
Restricting asylum: International asylum seekers recently suffer increasing difficulty as developed nations reduce economic migration.
Rebuilding DR Congo: The 60 million inhabitants are trying to recover from the world's worst war in half a century.
Children of Nepal: Children suffered during the 10-year civil war.
Double trouble in Somalia: Lack of both government and rain are hitting people from two sides.
Long-term refugees: Millions sit in camps for decades, as some conflicts remain unresolved.
After the Pakistan earthquake: Quick relief efforts saved many survivors from disease or hunger.
Imprisoned children: Children are often jailed for minor causes.
Sharing water: Cooperating to use a valuable resource can improve both  economic and political security.
Inciting violence in Côte d'Ivoire: Some media in the divided nation use hate speech, which induces group violence.


== References ==
un.org. "2006 LIST OF '10 STORIES THE WORLD SHOULD HEAR MORE ABOUT'" — United Nations, 2006Larry Baum. "The 2006 Bottom 10 List" — Human News, May 16, 2006Larry Baum. "The Congo War" — Human News, September 28, 2004