The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that international organizations should be treated like foreign nations when it comes to immunities.
Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations linked Venezuela’s gold holdings in the Bank of England to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s grip on power.
The world’s foremost body for encouraging human rights got a dismal message: U.N. leaders see a rise in hatred and a retreat in progress globally.
An unprecedented Vatican four-day summit closed with a mass at which Pope Francis promised an “all-out battle” to prevent more sex abuse of children.
European and Asian leaders in Munich criticized U.S. President Donald Trump’s enmity for international organizations and multilateral solutions.
U.N. counterterrorism experts reported that Islamic State militants remained a “covert” global threat, despite their recent losses and shifts in tactics.
When an underwater cable severed, Tonga lost internet access for nearly two weeks, an incident that illustrates some of the risks a U.N. group is examining.
The U.N. team investigating Jamal Khashoggi’s death said preliminary evidence shows it was a premeditated killing planned and carried out by Saudi officials.
The U.S.-China trade war is costing each country major export losses that are most likely to benefit E.U. members and 22 other countries, UNCTAD reported.
The idea that everyone should have affordable, quality health services is backed by international organizations, including the global pharmaceutical industry.
Risking a new arms race, the Trump administration announced it will withdraw the United States from a 1987 nuclear arms control treaty with Russia.