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Morning, this is Kasmira and today we're listening to Antonio Guterres' latest comments on the ICC investigation in Ukraine and an interview with the UN whistleblower who spoke out over its failure to prevent genocide in Darfur. We're also following a complaint lodged by China over US president Joe Biden's latest comments on defending Taiwan.

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UN secretary general at the 77th UN General Assembly in New York. (Credit: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe)

🇺🇳UN chief Antonio Guterres: ‘I hope the ICC can investigate Izium’. The war in Ukraine and the prospect of further military escalation topped the list of issues concerning the UN chief during an interview with France 24 and Radio France Internationale (RFI) ahead of Tuesday's UN General Assembly. “The prospects for a peace negotiation are very distant,” he said. Guterres also added that he hoped the International Criminal Court (ICC) would be able to investigate the alleged massacre in the eastern Ukrainian city of Izium.

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