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14A Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 Feather River Bulletin the work they do. color , , 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Fourth - to be a group that can unify the countries of the 9. The UN General Assembly (all member nations) makes big decisions; smaller keep it running smoothly. 10. The Security Council decides where there are threats to around the world and tries to settle disputes without violence. 11. The Economic and Social Council makes decisions about t2. Uni ' ' visiting 3 the UN. Learn about the United Nations' l* -- 1 I J" history and work by reading lrl.! I I I I e'n v ll i ][ , the clues to fill in the puzzle, eace ' " " 1' After W rld War I, a gr up f 11 I j j J eirOnmli "" countries formed the League I enta-pr blems'- of to keep the peace. . 12 I1 I I I I 5 ' 2. After World War,2adquarters ' q '/iCOuntries 411 51 countries formed the I I I j j j! United Nations. ltsis in New York City. "/F ", /'World ! . -,I Among these member were: Canada, I 1 France, China, Egypt,and more. ' Elmationa --7 coo9erat n 8r ---[ 'MY Dad' L Today, the ON has193 countries working together, ir ternpeace -- 15 r[-l J J J J J i . . flies from making it the largest organization in the world,keeping---Court I Israel to I I The UN has four main goals: First- to promote Nat 3ns, i I peaceand across the world. JJ IJJJJJt NYCt Mworkat I.I Second - to help keep things between countries, ch"-' I the UN. Th,rd-tosolveworldw,de through cooperat,on. 13 r e: etarlaftrlendly branches the UN's biggest part, does everything from Completing missions to driving diplomats around the world. and moneyproblems around the world. They help people to keep their rights. The International of Justice settles disagreements 14. The UN helps around the world by delivering food and medicine, keeping the peace, helping with elections, and more. 15. Diplomats who speak at the UN usually use one of six languages; a team of helps everyone understand what has been said. 16. People collect money for UNICEF, a UN group that helps in need. 17. The UN is an achievement of worldwide,working for world peace The World Listens 1. Scotland A. Swahili 2. France B. Hindi 3. India C. Arabic 4. China D. Portuguese 5. Egypt Gaelic 6. Kenya F. Spanish 7. Spain G. French 8. Portugal H. Mandarin 1. at the United Nations are usually given in one of six languages: English, Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic or Chinese. 2, Each of the six official languages has a of two translators working together. 3. Translators wearto listen closely to speeches 4; Translators work in special booths where they share the speeches with in the General Assembly. 5, Translators who work for the United Nations need to know their native and at least two others. 6. A system is often used to help translate day-to-day communications. 7. Some translators do their in foreign countries around the world. 8. Getting each and every word right can be a for a translator, but their work helps the UN get closer to its goal of world peace. Here are two puzzles for you! In the first one, match the name of each country with one of the languages 8 spoken there. Then, read the clues that explain how peopte from all over the world m can understand all of the different' languages being spoken at the UN. 3 --- c a e ge computer L 2 4 m duty 7 diplomats SPeeches I !,I ' Unlted Natlon s Mlsslon, Color in the pu le to see the United Nations' most imporlant goaI, B = Blue 0 = Green ) 0 This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main Street Book Store (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 every Tuesday from 9am-Spm