Emulating Donald Trump, Brazilian president threatens to leave epidemic-busting body, arguing it is a 'partisan political organization'
Organization wants a meeting of the so-called Quartet to take place 'as soon as possible,' as world grapples on how to act following Netanyahu's annexation announcement
IAEA report details suspected activities and materials including 'the possible presence...of natural uranium in the form of a metal disc' at a site that 'underwent extensive sanitization and leveling in 2003 and 2004'
International organizations have shut 75 percent of their programs, despite a health system in effective collapse, and one of the world's lowest rate of testing
The extension of the peacekeeping force, known as UNIFIL, comes as Israel calls for major changes in the way the mission operates on the ground in southern Lebanon
Israel wants the peacekeepers to have access everywhere in southern Lebanon and to report any obstructions on the part of Hezbollah operatives to the Security Council
The UN special envoy said that the meeting will take place as soon as the coronavirus crisis allows
Move by Israel will also diminish the prospects for normalization of ties between Israel and Arab states, says Nickolay Mladenov
Current public security minister known for anti-BDS campaign will take over for both Ron Dermer and Danny Danon, as Netanyahu readies portfolio reshuffle in new government
Israeli authorities hasten process that normally takes years in order to install machine in Gaza hospital, at behest of businessman close to Netanyahu
Envoy Danny Danon insists that UNIFIL has access to all sites in Lebanon, and that any time that the peacekeeping mission is being blocked the UN Security Council must be immediately informed
Report by UN Women finds that over half of the world's men and women believe men make better political leaders and almost one-third believe it is justified for a husband to beat his wife
Turkish president's announcement marks dramatic departure from current policy and is an apparent attempt to pressure Europe
Recently released list will be toothless unless countries take action to punish corporate complicity in Israel’s illegal conduct
The Turkish president's 'verbal attacks' on the EU and its new initiative are 'unsurprising,' Libya expert says
80% of the population in need of aid, says U.N. official
Under a UN resolution, Tehran is prohibited from supplying, selling or transferring weapons outside the country unless approved by the Security Council
'UN Blacklist Counterproductive to Peace': U.S. Lawmakers Blast Publication of File on 'Settler' Companies
Bipartisan denouncements from Congress pour in after the UN published a list of 112 companies, among them Expedia and Booking.com, which operate in the West Bank
Analysis Israel's Rejection of UN List of Companies Tied to Settlements Reveals Stark Truth About Annexation
Israel isn’t interested in the distinction between its right to exist as a country and the dispute over West Bank settlements. Instead, it seeks to blur the borders
UNCHR list includes companies who do business in West Bank settlements are such as Airbnb, Expedia, General Mills and Motorola Solutions
Israeli foreign minister says 'UN Commissioner has become a partner and tool of the boycott movement, despite the 'blacklist' not having any tangible legal implication'
Prime Minister Netanyahu referred to the joint press conference between Palestinian president and former Prime Minister Olmert as a 'low-point in Israeli history'
Palestinian President Abbas tells Security Council that 'the plan rewards the occupation,' describes future state envisioned by Trump as 'Swiss cheese'
The Palestinians withdrew their proposed resolution condemning Trump's plan, which was set to be voted upon during the session, claiming it has yet to be finalized
Palestinian president and former Israeli leader slated to meet on sidelines of Security Council session, according to Palestinian sources
Trump adviser to hold closed-doors meeting in N.Y. with envoys of Security Council's member states as protests planned in Israel to push Netanyahu over annexation vow
Likely to be vetoed by the U.S., the security council resolution will lead to UN debate that could showcase world opinion about the plan