"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Let's start with the weather because we've just had the hottest June on record according to the World Meteorological Organization or W._M._o.. Both land and sea surface temperatures were the highest yet recorded last month. One point seven one degrees Fahrenheit or not point nine five degrees Celsius above the global average these unprecedented temperatures which surpassed previous highs in June twenty sixteen happened across central and eastern Europe northern. Northern Russia Asia Africa South America the north Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans using global data w also says that nine of the ten warmest Junes have occurred since twenty ten the impacts of these high temperature's include wildfires in the Arctic Circle and unprecedented shrinking sea ice the U._n.. Agency says while also pointing out that the northernmost permanent settlement on earth which is called alert in Canada reached seventy degrees Fahrenheit. That's twenty one degrees Celsius for the first time in recorded history this week to the Democratic Republic of the Congo now or d._r._C. where the World Health Organization said on Friday that the Ebola virus is just one challenge among many facing in communities there it has reiterated an appeal for the international community to show support and solidarity for its people speaking in Geneva spokesperson. Dr Margaret Harris noted that measles has already killed more people this year than the Ebola outbreak. Outbreak which began last August it's not top of their agenda. They'd like could Rhodes. They'd like clean water. They'd like to know that their children can reach their fifth. Birthday are not die from measles according to W._H._O.. More than two thousand people have died from measles in two thousand nine hundred while the Ebola outbreak in Ituri and North Kivu provinces in the country's northeast has claimed at one thousand seven hundred and five lives in addition to measles and malaria and a lack of basic services since early June will the. Three hundred thousand in the resource which will hit provinces have been displaced by violence linked to armed groups according to U N Humanitarian Coordination Agency Archer and finally more than half of Venezuelan families who've left their country amid economic economic and political turmoil face what the refugee agency U._N._H._C._R. Calls specific risks while they're on the move after speaking to nearly eight thousand people this year in Latin American countries and the Carribean the agency says that more than six and ten. Unemployed or working informally while four in ten faced problems finding accommodation more than three in ten also said they had no permit to stay in the country where they are sheltering while U._N._H._C._R. Spokesperson Liz Russell noted that the region's asylum application application system remains overwhelmed it is clear that we have seen in some places increased border restrictions more rigorous requirements for Venezuela to enter a particular country that as we frequently underscored does increase the risk of."