Yisrael Katz, who spoke at the annual meeting instead on Netanyahu, told the General Assembly it must take steps to 'stop Iran today, in order to prevent war tomorrow'
Iran continues to deny it was behind the September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities, says continued pressure makes the possibility of negotiations ever more remote
After over eight years of war, a 150-member committee will soon convene to write a constitution for the battle-weary country. But internal divisions and foreign interests could torpedo the accord at any time
Landmark study documenting implications of warming oceans and melting ice finds that radical action could avert worst possible outcomes of climate change
EU welcomes move, which, after months of talks, might be a first step towards peace
Trump Touts ‘Full Normalization’ Between Israel, Mideast Countries to Fend Off Iran’s ‘anti-Semitism’
World threatens to split in half between U.S., China, Secretary-General Guterres warns ■ Escalating Mideast tensions, impending climate doom on the agenda ■ Sissi reiterates support for Arab peace initiative, Erdogan blasts Israel
Trump has 'no intention' of meeting Iran's Rohani ■ Netanyahu canceled trip in the aftermath of Israel's election, but will meet with Egypt's Sissi after rare protests against regime ■ Trump to give first foreign policy speech since firing Bolton
An estimated 400,000 people have fled their homes in the country's northwest in just the last four months
Israel's prime minister loves making headlines when he addresses the General Assembly by resorting to gimmicks, which we've compiled for you here
According to the UN diplomats, the United States objected to the statement's failure to condemn Hezbollah and its 'moral equivalence' between Israel and the militant group
Thirteen Egyptian human rights organizations ask United Nations to hold conference on torture in a country where 'the bare minimum of human rights is respected'
The anthropologist who studied child marriage and genital mutilation in the Islamic Republic is the latest dual national to be detained there
Tahrir al-Sham says warplane was shot down near the town of al-Tamanah in southern Idlib
UN Secretary-General condemned the attack, which injured three other UN staff members
Political chief urges Security Council members to ensure accountability for human rights violations, deemed 'central to achieving and maintaining durable peace'
More than a dozen UN workers have been accused of joining with combatants to enrich themselves from the billions of dollars in donated aid
Assad government, Russia deny reports they target civilians, argue targeted facilities have been taken over by 'terrorist groups'
Democrats blast former Canada ambassador for climate change denial and inexperience
Rebel Missile Attack, Suicide Bombs Kill 51 in Yemen's Aden, Including Commander of UAE-backed Forces
Houthi rebels launch missile strike on military parade in Aden just after a car laden with explosives detonates at police station
Leaked internal report alleges corruption, sexual misconduct at UN Relief and Works Agency, which was thrown into crisis last year when the United States cut off funding
The ethics office for Palestinian refugees alleges that acts were carried out for 'personal gain'
Palestinian prime minister calls demolition a 'war crime and a crime against humanity,' says he will file a complaint to the International Criminal Court
IAEA director general dies the day he was expected to announce he would step down due to an illness, leaving the question of who will succeed him open
Employees intended to disable all activities on a different continent every day over 'aggressive' budget cuts and alleged violations of diplomats' rights
Employees intend to disable all activities on a different continent every day over 'aggressive' budget cuts and alleged violations of diplomats' rights
'When refugee artisans flee their countries, they flee with their skills'
Houthi military spokesman says that the attack disrupted operations at the airport; on Tuesday, Saudi-led coalition intercepted three drones attacks on Jizan and Abha
Health Ministry report shows substantial increase in 2018 among women and heterosexual men ■ UN notes 'worrying increases' in eastern Europe and central Asia
Family says claim can be used to pay off $500 million a court ordered North Korea to provide for wrongful death judgement
If foreign investments do not materialize, major domestic projects in the country risk being delayed or scaled back, sources say