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Historic biodiversity deal reached at the COP15 summit
Nations have agreed to protect 30% of the world’s sea and landmass by 2030, in a historic deal that will also provide critical financing to buttress biodiversity in the developing world.
US slams 'loose talk' on nuclear weapons after Putin comments
The United States denounces "loose talk" on nuclear weapons after Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow would only use an atomic weapon in response to an enemy strike.
Thousands of experts meet to tackle global plastic waste
More than 2,000 experts have met in Uruguay to discuss global plastic pollution and to take their first steps toward ending the crisis.
UN appeals for a record level of humanitarian funding
At the launch of its annual Global Humanitarian Overview in Geneva, the UN said providing aid to those in need next year would cost almost 50 billion euros.
World population to hit 8 billion
World population is to hit 8 billion, with the largest increase coming from the global south.
Russia and Ukraine trade barbs at the UN over grain export deal halt
The United Nations Security Council has met to discuss Russia’s suspension of grain exports through the Black Sea in an attempt to prevent food shortages.
UN chief Guterres pressures India to act on climate change
While its per capita emissions are quite low, India is a major contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions.
Ease sanctions to extend Ukraine grain deal, says Russia
The UN says progress on the renewal of the deal is vital to tackle the global food crisis which has been aggravated by Russia's war on Ukraine.
North Korea carries out sixth missile launch in two weeks
North Korea fired another two ballistic missiles this Thursday in the direction of Japan.
Blinken: UN Security Council must tell Russia to stop nuke threats
"If Russia stops fighting, the war ends. If Ukraine stops fighting, Ukraine ends. "
Zelenskyy calls for special tribunal to punish Russia for Ukraine war
"A crime has been committed against Ukraine and we demand just punishment," Zelenskyy told the UN General Assembly.
UN launches new financial tool to help educate world's vulnerable
"Only a third of 10-year-olds are estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story," according to UNICEF.
Europe's week: EU accession talks begin & Brussels defends sanctions
Here are the top stories from Brussels this week.
Hundreds protest in Lisbon for ocean preservation outside UN Ocean Conference
Several hundred people are taking part in a "blue march" in Lisbon called by some 60 international and local organisations to demand greater protection for the oceans, on the sidelines of a UN conference.
'It's crazy traffic': Ukrainians queue for hours to get into Poland
Tens of thousands of Ukrainians are fleeing to the country's borders in a desperate attempt to escape the violent fallout from the Russian invasion
Russia vetoes UN Security Council motion 'deploring' invasion
Russia vetoes UN Security Council motion "deploring" invasion of Ukraine but China and India abstain from vote
Myanmar arms sales
The United Nations has adopted a resolution that calls for a halt to arms sales to Myanmar in response to a violent post-coup crackdown by the military
UNHCR: Europe 'not able to deal' with record-high refugee movements
Speaking to Euronews, Filippo Grandi says the EU must have a united system in place to distribute asylum seekers.
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Europe's week: Rescue plans, MEPs on the frontlines & robo-helpers
A look back at the key stories coming out of Brussels this week.
Coronavirus: Women on frontline need to be included in response
The UN and gender equality organisations are calling on governments to consider female-specific issues when it comes to their short and medium-term coronavirus responses.