Led by the United States, 22 countries pledge $9.3 for climate change adaptation, and impasse sets in ahead of a deadline in Iranian nuclear talks.
The UN General Assembly requests North Korean human rights violations be referred to the International Criminal Court and a suicide attack rocks Iraq’s Kurdish capital.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee considers next steps in Iraq and Syria, Iranian nuclear talks continue and the UN hosts a major nutrition conference in Rome.
G20 leaders gather in Australia, the E.U.’s Ebola response coordinator visits Guinea and Romanians choose a new president.
With Somalia again facing the threat of famine, Adeso’s Degan makes the case for why cash vouchers should be at the center of the international response.
With rate of new infections slowing, Liberia eases curfews and ends state of emergency in place since early August
Russia announces air missions in the Gulf of Mexico and the United States says the U.N. Convention Against Torture now applies to Guantanamo Bay.
In bid to reassure public, the Kenyan government has reportedly authorized a new round of laboratory tests on the vaccine.
Israel has been rocked by five separate ‘terror incidents’ since October 22, including a pair of knife attacks that killed two today.