There are 25 crises to deal with in the whole of the Historical Crisis Committee sessions this year at DUNMUN. Among these, only two were resolved on the first day. The first crisis was introduced to the delegates by a video clip that demonstrated the Gulf War (1990-1991) ramifications. The crisis was presented to the delegates as the video was shown, so the delegates had to come up with their tactics promptly. Motions raised to tackle the problems ranged from implementing economic sanctions, like embargo or cutting food supply to Iraqi soldiers, proposing international pressure on Iraq to remove military forces, and other long-term feasible sanctions, by many speakers. Draft resolution 1.1 as presented by Spain, Pakistan and UK passes, whereas the second draft, Draft 1.2, presented by Israel, Kuwait, and Bosnia and Herzegovina fails. The dais showcased the Asian flu (1957-58) for the house to deal with, in the third session. This issue was handled over a shorter length of time, as the day was drawing to a close. Once the specialized speaker's list was opened, each delegate expressed their nation’s concern to contain and curb the disease. Proposed measures included subsidizing medical check-up for those who are more prone, developing vaccines, screening entrants into the country at airports, etc. Next, was an unmoderated caucus for 20 minutes that yielded two draft resolutions. The Draft Resolution 2.2, as presented by Spain, was passed by a majority voting, while Draft Resolution 2.1, presented by Bosnia and Herzegovina, failed. The animated spirit of the young delegates that was felt greatly in the day earlier, had dropped by the end of the committee sessions. However, the day at committee sessions, with two draft resolutions being passed, could be said to be a successful one. The new 2nd day at HCC began with the crisis “Collapse of the World Trade Centre (2001)” being visualized by the projector. Each general speaker voiced how the gross tragedy was a matter of accelerating the process of taking down terrorism and strengthening security measures. Israel proposed that attacking terrorist bases should be reverted to as a last resort to deal with the issue at hand. By the end of the session, voting on the draft resolution(s) formalized will show the strategies these diplomats have come up with as solutions.