Articles by Stephanie Nebehay

Pop Star Promises To Help Sex Slaves

  • 21 August 08
  • Reuters
Pop star Valeriya says she is drawing on her experience as a battered wife and ""slave"" to help migrant workers break free of sexual exploitation and forced labor in her homeland.

Sochi Makes Olympic Shortlist

  • 23 June 06
  • Reuters
The Black Sea resort of Sochi, Salzburg in Austria and Pyongchang in South Korea were named Thursday on a shortlist to host the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Amnesty Slams Israel Over Rights

  • 21 November 01
  • Reuters
Amnesty International accused Israel on Tuesday of increasingly using torture in interrogating Palestinians and called on the United Nations to launch an investigation.

Swiss Judge Summons Borodin for Questioning

  • 07 May 01
  • Reuters
Geneva court officials said they had summoned former Kremlin aide Pavel Borodin, indicted on Swiss money-laundering charges, to return this month for further questioning.

Russia Backs U.N. Aid to Iraq On Environment Claims

  • 15 March 01
  • Reuters
Russia has proposed that the United Nations provide technical assistance to Iraq to prepare its defence against $46 billion claims of environmental damage from the Gulf War, diplomatic and U.N. sources said Thursday.

Russia, U.S. Set for New START Talks

Swiss Freeze Mabetex-Tied Accounts

Annan Urges Wider Nuclear Ban

U.S. Slams Indian Move To Block Test Ban Treaty

India Balks At Signing Test Accord

China Ready to Halt Nuclear Blasts

China Wants to Preserve 'Peaceful' Nuclear Blasts

China Still a Sticking Point On Path to Testing Treaty

Japan, U.S. Fail to Agree as Talks Start

Movements Barred as Zaire Virus Spreading

UN Sees 4% Growth In East Bloc

Abkhazia Agrees to Georgian Union

U.S. Seeks UN Role in Cuban Havens