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Ecuador's president sends soldiers onto the streets as protests worsen
Ecuadorean indigenous group Conaie said late on Saturday that it would continue anti-austerity protests after President Lenin Moreno imposed a military-enforced curfew in the capital Quito
Climate summit: 'Adults must start acting likes adults'
Activists took advantage of Car-free Sunday to appeal to the incoming Commission to boost their green goals.
Venezuela's exodus: UN agencies say four million people have now fled
Libya calls for help against rebel offensive
Battle for power in Libya reaches the capital Tripoli
More than 113 million people face acute hunger
UN: Yemeni civilians caught in fierce clashes
UN calls on Myanmar to halt violence against Rohingya
Former French Culture Minister is chosen as candidate to head UNESCO
Myanmar's Rohingya crisis 'should not all be about Aung San Suu Kyi'
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is urged to intervene in Rohingya crisis but IRC chief David Miliband says it's not that simple
Ancient Cambodian temple gets UNESCO listing
Record 65.6 million 'forcibly displaced' in 2016 - UN Global Trends report
The UN releases data suggesting forced displacement globally is at its highest in decades.
US reviews role in UN Human Rights Council
The United States warned on Tuesday that it is reviewing its participation in the UN Human Rights Council. Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the United
Guterres says success of UN depends on strong and united Europe
The success of the UN will depend on a strong and united Europe.
African slaves 'sold in Libyan car parks for $200'
The United Nations’ migration agency says growing numbers of African migrants passing through Libya are being sold as slaves by traffickers or militia groups before being held for…
UN warns of looming famine in Yemen
Surge in elephant and rhino poaching looms over UN wildlife summit
A surge in elephant and rhino poaching in Africa is the backdrop to the latest meeting of CITES – the UN’s Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species in…
The UN resumes aid deliveries to Syria as overnight airstrikes hit Aleppo
65 million people displaced by conflict worldwide: World Bank report
The number of people displaced by conflict worldwide stands at 65 million, according to a new World Bank report.
Gunmen attack EU mission in Bamako
At least one gunman was killed and two suspects arrested in an attack on a hotel in Mali’s capital Bamako. The building had been converted into a
Yemen: New UN humanitarian ceasefire collapses
The UN-brokered ceasefire only lasted a matter of hours. Air-strikes and fierce fighting broke Yemen’s truce soon after it came into force at