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By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
The report itself was delayed by negotiations over language and key issues, illustrating how each nation's priorities can thwart timely progress.
By Frank Jordans, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
A new report from the UN's top body of climate scientists is warning that temperatures will go beyond a key danger point unless countries worldwide cut greenhouse emissions faster than they are currently committed to doing.
By Associated Press
The Swiss lawyer who oversaw U.N. investigations in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia said there were clear war crimes being committed in Ukraine.
By Jamey Keaten, Kathy Gannon, Associated Press
The head of the United Nations says nearly all Afghans don't have enough to eat and some have resorted to "selling their children and their body parts" to get money for food.
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The U.N. General Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a resolution blaming Russia for humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and urging an immediate cease-fire and protection for millions of civilians and the homes, schools and hospitals critical to their survival.
By Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
The chief of the United Nations announced a project Wednesday to put every person on Earth in range of early weather-warning systems within five years.
By Kathy Gannon, Associated Press
Afghanistan has been sinking deeper into poverty and economic crisis since the Taliban takeover and as many as 95 percent of the country's 38 million people don't have enough to eat or money to buy the food.
The estimates from the International Organization for Migration suggests Ukraine is fast on course in just three weeks toward the levels of displacement from Syria’s devastating war, which has driven about 13 million people from their homes both in the…
By Molly Quell, Associated Press
The United Nations’ top court has ordered Russia to stop hostilities in Ukraine, granting measures requested by Kyiv, although many are skeptical that Russia will comply.
By Samy Magdy, Associated Press
The U.N. had set out to raise $4.27 billion, but ended up on Wednesday with less than a third of that for the world's worst humanitarian disaster and the Arab world's poorest country.
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