Egyptian Foreign Ministry slams the world body's human rights office, which called for a 'transparent investigation' into the ex-president's death
Amnesty International urges UN and African Union to ensure civilians are protected from violence by paramilitary units
They paid smugglers to bring them to Europe, but instead were caught by the Libyan Coast Guard and ended up in detention centers. African migrants tell Haaretz about the beatings, thirst and desperation within the prison
Proposed statement would have expressed concern about attacks on civilians and potential humanitarian catastrophe if full-scale military operation unfolds
Russia had seized three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors in November during a confrontation in the Black Sea amid rising tensions over rights to use the Sea of Azov
Thousands of Palestinians injured in protests along the border may loose limbs, unable to receive the proper medical care required, a UN official says
Two weeks ago, the Jerusalem District Court denied a petition by Omar Shakir that sought to halt his deportation. His permit was withdrawn over claims that the activist supports the boycott of Israel
Discussions in Qatar centered on 'ongoing peace process, civilian casualties and humanitarian aid in areas of the Islamic Emirate,' movement's spokesman says
Israel revoked the work permit of Omar Shakir over claims he endorsed BDS ■ UN experts claim the move appears to 'have nothing to do with illegal conduct'
Report issued by the UN Special Coordination for the Middle East Process' office raises alarm over 'unprecedented financial, security and political challenges'
Maj. Gen. Francis Vib-Sanziri passed away Friday at the age of 62. The Ghanian national has served as the head of UNDOF since October 2017
Progress comes after concerted international pressure widely seen as crucial first step toward more difficult negotiations to end the conflict between Yemen's government and Houthi rebels
Forces loyal to rival Libyan army commander Khalifa Hifter are attempting to seize the capital of the UN-backed government
Netanyahu argued the warehouse showed Tehran still sought to obtain nuclear weapons, despite the nuclear deal
UN humanitarian official outlines 'staggering' human costs a year of demonstrations along the border has inflicted
Germany slams Syria: Its request for UN meeting over violation is 'profoundly cynical' ■ Trump's recognition doesn't violate 1974 separation agreement or UN mandates, UN says
The report says 183 Palestinians were killed by Israel, including 35 children, during protests along the Gaza border
Jeremey Hunt says council's a discriminatory focus on Israel strengthens the 'hard and trampled road of self-righteousness'
Israeli snipers use 'high velocity bullets and long-range sniper rifles' to disperse crowds, instead of rubber bullets, investigator tells Human Rights Council
Following a UN report alleging that Israel violated international law by intentionally firing at civilians, military general orders investigations unit to open probe
The sensitive list is meant to assess implications of settlements on Palestinians, but its publication could also put companies at risk of being targeted by BDS
European countries will urge Saudi Arabia this week to release detained activists and cooperate with a UN-led probe into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Michelle Bachelet calls Israel out for failing to address 'any of the very serious issues raised' after Netanyahu said the human rights council 'set new records of hypocrisy'
Announcement seen in Jerusalem as postponing creation of list of firms working in settlements, while supporters of the list view it as confirmation that work will be completed
Nobel Peace Prize laureates and activists from 128 countries are calling for a UN-sponsored treaty to squash 'most widespread human rights violation on Earth'
Additional 175 children hospitalized due to severe acute malnutrition, UN official says
The UN Independent Commission of Inquiry on the 2018 Gaza protests presented its conclusions, according to which 183 Palestinians were killed by Israel, including 35 children. Netanyahu: 'new records of hypocrisy and lies'
Craft, who will succeed Nikki Haley if approved by the Senate, is a Republican donor and 'repeat high-paying customer' at Trump hotel
The State Department spokeswoman who had been chosen in December to replace Nikki Haley says family hardships is reason for withdrawal
The review did not find any cases of incitement, and majority of bias issues were related to maps and the status of Jerusalem