Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Countries are scrambling to salvage a deal allowing Ukraine to export grain, after Russia said it pulled out indefinitely, a decision that risks worsening global hunger.
The U.S. and Mexico proposed to the United Nations Security Council a "non-U.N." force for Haiti to help the country resolve deepening crises, but countries are cautious given prior harmful efforts.
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian president described the horrific scenes he saw in Bucha, calling it just one example of the destruction Russia has wrought. He urged the Security Council to hold Russia accountable.
All eyes are now on Vladimir Putin, who will decide how Russia will respond amid fears that Europe could again be plunged into war.
The U.S. is also proposing U.N. sanctions in response to North Korea's six ballistic missile launches since September, each of which it says "were in violation of UN Security Council resolutions."
The launch corresponded with an unexplained order by the FAA to ground some flights on the U.S. West Coast.
A crackdown on anti-junta protests in Myanmar showed no signs of letting up, a day after after Southeast Asian foreign ministers issued a tepid call to end to the violence.