Yemen’s two opposing sides outside Swedish capital, Stockholm, both agreed to hand control of key Red Sea port of Hodeida to the United Nations.
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It is no secret that the international system we have relied on for peace and progress for over 70 years is under strain and even under threat.
Corruption costs the world economy $2.6 trillion each year, according to the United Nations, which is marking International Anti-Corruption Day on Sunday.
20 years after UN adopted historic declaration to protect human rights defenders, activists are being violent attacked and killed in unprecedented numbers.
The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) held a seminar on a new and soul searching book “UN Peace Operations in a Changing Global Order”.
Human rights activists in Colombia say they are being gunned down by hit men who can be hired for as little as $100, a top U.N. official said Monday.
Three African countries in United Nations’ Security Council have draft a resolution that could shift peacekeeping responsibilities to the AU.
Cambodian official says Khmer rouge tribunals that convicted last two leaders of Khmer Rouge of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes is done.
Key U.N. committee adopted a resolution condemning North Korea’s “longstanding and ongoing systematic, widespread and gross violations of human rights”.
China on Tuesday rejected criticism of its treatment of ethnic Muslims, telling the U.N. that accusations of rights abuses were “politically driven.”