After meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Ban Ki-moon said it is crucial to maintain momentum ahead of joint US-Russian talks next month.
President applauds ongoing cooperation with the Erdoğan government over Syrian crisis, but few details emerge concerning plans for intervention.
The United Nations hopes the deployment of its first-ever combat brigade and the recent appointment of Mary Robinson as Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region will help stabilize the human rights and security situation in eastern Congo.
A gruesome video from Syria that surfaced earlier this week highlights growing concern over the Syrian National Council’s ability to influence rebel forces operating on the ground.
“Embracing a map that rejects Israel’s right to exist is outrageous,” Israeli Ambassador Prosor said Tuesday.
Shirking the U.N.-backed peace agreement that maintains a separation between Syria and Israel in the Golan Heights, Syria’s Information Officer said Sunday Syrian forces can enter the region “whenever we want and however we please.”
Libya says IDF attacks are ‘grave violation’ of Syrian sovereignty. UK considers lifting ‘non-lethal’ language from EU arms embargo.
As the global economy matures, labor compensation continues to decrease relative to the value added by new technology and leaner operations.
The UN is scrambling to resolve the second detainment incident this year against the backdrop of an escalating Syrian conflict.
The U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Syria says it doesn’t have conclusive evidence Syrian opposition groups used chemical weapons.