|Translation of the statement of the Foreign Ministry of Italy upon the appointment of Filippo Grandi as Commissioner-General of UNRWA|
|21 January 2010|
Foreign Minister Franco Frattini has expressed his deep appreciation for the appointment - by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon - of Filippo Grandi of Italy to a three-year tenure of the post of UNRWA Commissioner-General.
|Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General On Alec Collett|
|23 November 2009|
The Secretary-General has been informed that the remains of Alec Collett, who was on assignment for the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) and disappeared in Lebanon in 1985, have been found in eastern Lebanon.
|Secretary-General Praises Agency as ‘Beacon of Hope’|
|24 September 2009|
A high-level commemoration of the sixtieth anniversary of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) today highlighted not only the stabilizing presence of an Agency created in 1949 to carry out direct relief for Palestine refugees, but the ongoing hardships endured by more than 4.5 million people.
|World leaders pay tribute to UNRWA on its sixtieth anniversary|
|18 September 2009|
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA, has announced a week-long series of events beginning in New York next week to mark the 60th anniversary of its creation.
|Working Under Fire: Secretary General Ban Commends UNRWA Workers For Brave|
|16 June 2009|
UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has sent two UNRWA field officers, Scott Anderson and Jodie Clark, letters of commendation praising their “prompt and courageous action” during Israel’s 22-day offensive in Gaza.
|Attacks against the UN in Gaza must be investigated|
|25 January 2009|
On the 15th of January the world watched on as towering plumes of acrid black smoke rose above the skyline of Gaza City. At the base of these looming smoke towers was the Field Office compound of UNRWA, which had been hit by a number of IDF shells mid-morning.
|In wake of Gaza crisis, Ban urges ‘massive’ effort to resolve Arab-Israeli conflict|
|21 January 2009|
Having just returned from Gaza, where he saw first-hand the suffering and destruction wrought by Israel’s three-week military offensive, including the still-smouldering ruins of a shelled United Nations compound, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged a "massive" international effort to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict.
|Ban gets first-hand look at Gaza devastation|
|20 January 2009|
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the war-shattered Gaza Strip on 20 January to demonstrate solidarity with the population and assure them of the full support of the United Nations and the international community.