Iran's nuclear agency chief disputed an "incorrect" report submitted by the IAEA as tensions between Tehran and the UN nuclear watchdog heightened amid stalemate over the nuclear deal.
The island has been mired in a decades-long dispute between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, despite a series of diplomatic efforts by the UN to achieve a comprehensive settlement.
Afghanistan faces one of the world's worst humanitarian crises, which was compounded when Taliban leadership banned women from working with NGOs, forcing several aid agencies to suspend their work.
Myanmar has been in turmoil since the military toppled democratically elected State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and her civilian government almost two years ago, alleging massive fraud during elections her party won in 2020.
Temperatures dip as low as -34 degrees Celsius hitting the country in the middle of a severe economic crisis with many residents unable to afford fuel to heat their homes.
UN General Assembly passed resolution seeking International Court of Justice's opinion on legal consequences of Israeli occupation, pleasing Palestine authorities.
Despite pledges to decarbonise, the world’s largest banks and financial institutions continue to finance expansion of fossil fuel production around the world, says a new report.
Graves containing at least 49 bodies found in northeastern Ituri province, near Uganda border, after attacks blamed on CODECO militants, says UN.
UN report that the Greek Cypriot administration covering one-third of the peacekeeping force's budget is not only contrary to the "principle of neutrality of the UN" but manifests that the UN has become part of the problem in Cyprus, TRNC says.
The court admitted procedural faults, including insufficient translation of prosecution documents, and a lack of access to interpreters for the defendants.
Thousands of world's large dams are so clogged with sediment that they risk losing more than a quarter of their storage capacity by 2050, UN researchers say, warning of threat to water security.
UN resolution will allow for aid deliveries through the Bab al Hawa crossing from Türkiye to northwest Syria to continue for the next six months until July 10.
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