Hungarians protest a proposed tax on internet usage and Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan says he’ll run for reelection next year.
Michael Sata’s death makes his vice president, Guy Scott, Africa’s first white leader in 20 years.
U.N. human rights expert Leilani Farha reflects on her recent visit to Detroit to investigate the city’s water shut-off policy.
“Outer space is becoming increasingly congested from orbital debris and contested from human threats that endanger the space environment,” Christopher Buck of the State Department told the UN.
Health care workers “should not be subjected to restrictions that are not based on science” Ban Ki-moon said Monday.
Ebola spreads to Mali, the Security Council attempts to strengthen Somalia’s arms embargo and a UN expert on immigration says it’s time for holistic reform.
UN staff returning from West Africa to ‘self-monitor’ for Ebola, human rights expert says immigration debate ‘toxic’ and Somali cargo inspections are approved.
A $2.2 appeal for Iraqi humanitarian aid, the WHO advises against Ebola travel bans and the U.N. steers clear of a cholera lawsuit in New York.
The families of Haitian cholera victims have their day in court. They contend UN peacekeepers spread the disease, and that the UN should be held accountable.