President Morales’ government has denied or revoked visas for about a dozen of its personnel says U.N. commission investigating corruption in Guatemala.
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Are we gonna continue to let our politicians threaten and kill whomever they want without any resistance whatsoever? Are we as citizens going to continue to volunteer to be underpaid mercenaries?
Nara, 11-year-old Paraguayan schoolgirl will serve as the country’s symbolic president on Thursday, part of campaign for UN’ International Day of the Girl.
Protests have rocked Uganda since last year, when the government amended the constitution to abolish presidential age limits for President Yoweri Museveni.
Restrictions to civil and political rights in the Congo are calling into question the credibility of upcoming presidential elections.
UN human rights expert warns true peace in CAR won’t be possible without justice for the hundreds of thousands of victims of human right abuse and violence.
President Jimmy Morales has labeled the U.N. anti-corruption body a “threat to peace” in the Central American nation at the General Assembly this Tuesday.
Leaders of France, Canada and Britain says failure to provide good quality schooling can be “catastrophic” as they call on their peers to educate girls.
Every September, global leaders gather at the United Nations headquarters in New York for the U.N. General Assembly. This year will be on the 25th.
After his burial last week, the international community and his family remembered the former UNSG Koffi Annan Friday at the 73rd UNGA as a man of peace dedicated to humanity.