Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed to the world to help Pakistan after arriving in the country Friday to see climate-induced devastation from months of deadly record floods.
The United Nations says "famine is at the door" in Somalia with "concrete indications" famine will occur later this year in the southern Bay region.
The United Nations human rights chief has released a long-delayed report, concluding that "serious" human rights violations have been committed against Uyghurs and other minorities in the region.
Sadik became the architect of groundbreaking U.N. action that recognized for the first time that women have the right to control their reproductive and sexual health.
From 2017 to 2021, Mark Lowcock was the U.N.'s "relief chief," the world's most senior humanitarian official. He talks to NPR about what inspired him and why crises are getting worse.
The spike in food, fuel and fertilizer prices sparked by the war in Ukraine is threatening to push countries around the world into famine, a U.N. official warns.
A Tuesday flight was canceled after the European Court of Human Rights, which said the British plan had a chance of causing "irreversible harm."
A U.N. official calls for new policies across East Asia to halt the soaring production of methamphetamines.
Human rights organizations say there is an international trend toward expanding abortion access, as countries such as Mexico and Argentina have worked to decriminalize the procedure.
For the first time, the General Assembly will be required "to hold a debate on the situation" that sparks a veto in the Security Council within 10 working days.
Guterres said the world is grappling with the most conflict since 1945, and proposed a New Agenda for Peace to bring stability to places such as Yemen, Myanmar, Syria, Sudan and Ukraine.
The grievances over sexual slavery, forced labor and other abuses stemming from Japan's WW II-era colonial rule of the Korean Peninsula have strained Seoul-Tokyo relations in recent years.
A growing number of world leaders are preparing responses to Russia's invasion of Ukraine that include both sanctions and humanitarian aid.
So far Bolsonaro's trip to New York City for the United Nations General Assembly appears to be anything but a success for Brazil or the country's image after a series of blunders early this week.