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- 12 November 2013: Iran agrees to expanded monitoring of nuclear sites
- 6 October 2013: Wikinews interviews specialists on South Korea military parade
- 21 September 2013: Bolivian president announces legal action over Obama's 'crimes against humanity'
- 15 September 2013: Wikinews interviews specialists on China, Iran, Russia support for al-Assad
- 8 September 2013: Wikinews interviews Scott Lucas, Eyal Zisser, Majid Rafizadeh about risks of US military intervention in Syria
- 4 September 2013: Wikinews interviews Dr Thomas Scotto and Dr Steve Hewitt about potential US military intervention in Syria
- 28 August 2013: UN observers in Syria fired upon as report alleges US warplanes readying attack
- 26 August 2013: United States spies accused of illegally bugging the United Nations headquarters
- 24 August 2013: Soldiers in Syria reportedly 'suffocated' while seizing chemicals, weapons in Damascus suburb
- 23 August 2013: Syrian army bombs Damascus suburbs after allegedly using chemical weapons on them
- 9 May 2013: Haitian cholera victims threaten United Nations with lawsuit
- 14 April 2013: North Korea's rising tensions: Wikinews interviews Scott Snyder and Dr Robert Kelly
- 9 April 2013: Wikinews interviews Amir Abbas Fakhravar about Iranian nuclear intentions
- 9 April 2013: South Korean president responds to North Korea's nuclear constitution change
- 6 April 2013: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: close Guantanamo Bay