A new report highlights the interconnection of global crises, from severe weather events to epidemics, and pushes for integrated solutions.
Head of the UN refugee agency is on his way to the war-torn country as officials stress on the importance of opening the land routes to deliver relief goods.
At least 30 killed in Ituri area of Democratic Republic of Congo in weekend attack, sources say. Locals say the victims had mostly been attacked with machetes or shot.
The country faces a humanitarian crisis as the international community has suspended financial assistance following the Taliban takeover.
Meanwhile, the United Nations said it had restarted humanitarian flights to parts of the country, linking the Pakistani capital Islamabad with Mazar-e-Sharif in northern Afghanistan and Kandahar in the south.
The Bangladeshi security forces routinely commit enforced disappearances and the government has ignored calls to address the culture of impunity, the organisation said.
A political and economic intervention by the international community could drive the conflict to a stalemate in favour of the Kabul government, giving it space to create a new strategy.
The United Nations climate science report said that heatwaves, droughts, and torrential rains are only set to become more frequent and extreme as the earth warms further.
Congolese gold has become a profitable source of foreign currency for Kampala, with devastating and bloody consequences for the people of DRC.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg describes security situation as "deeply challenging" with most foreign troops already out of the country where insurgents are pushing forward with their sweeping assault.
At least 18 million Afghans are in need of assistance and the United Nations' plan is to provide help for at least 15.7 million of them, says Ramiz Alakbarov, UN humanitarian chief in Afghanistan.
International Organization for Migration, the United Nations' migration agency, urges the European states to take urgent steps to reduce deaths on sea routes to Europe.
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