"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The digital future must be safer and more inclusive, according to the age of digital independence. A new report released on Monday by the United Nations High Level Panel on digital cooperation, almost a year after the panel was launched by secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez, the report explores and makes recommendations on how digital technology can help achieve the twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development and improve human rights and security at a time when around half the world's population still has no online access the panel calls for every adult to be given affordable access to digital networks as well as digitally enabled financial and health services by twenty thirty. The report also emphasizes that women and marginalized groups must be supported saying that specific policies. Are needed to ensure full, digital inclusion and that internationally recognized ways to measure this must be established the head of the UN. Atomic watchdog agency expressed his concern on Monday over increasing tension surrounding the Iranian nuclear deal on eight may Iran's supreme national Security Council issued an order to stop some of the measures agreed under the twenty fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action, commonly known as the Iran, nuclear deal reached by Iran, China, France, Germany Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States Yukio Amano director, general of the International Atomic Energy, agency, I a e a told a regular board of governors meeting that the agreement was still a significant gain for nuclear verification, and as such hoped that ways can be found to. Reduce current tensions through dialogue. It is essential that Iran fully implements its nuclear related commitments under the nuclear deal said the IRA chief on North Korea. He said that using open source information and satellite imagery, the agency also continues to monitor the country's nuclear program, Mr. Amano assured i-it's readiness to play an essential role in verifying denuclearization. If a political agreement among the countries is reached he called on the country to comply with its obligations under Security Council, resolutions, the food systems of the future must deliver healthy and quality food for all while preserving the environment. The UN agriculture, chief said on Monday, kicking off an international future of food symposium in Rome, Jose Graziano dasilva director, general of the food and agricultural organization called for a transfer. Nation of food systems to improve people's diets, we need to change our focus from producing more food to producing more healthy food. He asserted, moreover hunger is no longer the only nutrition problem facing humanity currently over two billion adults are overweight. Some six hundred seventy million of whom are obese, it's estimated that the number of obese people in the world will very soon overtake the number suffering from extreme hunger which currently accounts for about eight hundred twenty million the whole food system needs to be rea- dressed, Mr. dasilva, spelled out Liska, Fiji UN news."