‘A quarter of a century after the end of the Cold War, the world is is many ways less violent, and yet our society is filled with anxiety and unease,’ Mr Obama said
PM also defends right of UK and other countries to control their own borders
This is a humanitarian issue, not a political one. But the fact that we have in effect a new government gives an opportunity both to acknowledge that we have not performed very well in the past, and a chance do better
The Prime Minister will have her first bilateral meeting with the UN Secretary General in New York
'These clothing bans have increased tensions and may undermine the effort to fight extremism'
Syria Campaign has accused UN of giving Damascus control over distribution
The UN special representative for international migration also defended Jean-Claude Juncker after he said borders are 'the worst invention'
'It is high time for the UN to prove that human rights for all means for Haitians too,' says lawyer
Ghina Ahmad Wadi is in extreme pain with a complex bone fracture and severed nerve in her thigh
At least 18 civilians were reported dead as the UN investigated a suspected chemical attack
Fourteen workers at potato chip factory were killed while on overnight shifts
While Antonio Guterres looks to be in the driving seat, his candidacy could yet be killed off by a veto-wielding country
Exclusive: The autocratic petro-state could once again be on the influential panel
Bristol University recognises teen for empowering young women and communities, and also influencing policies
UK Government ‘does little’ to enforce change, as London-based campaign proposes 4-week limit on unpaid internships
A new resolution from the UN comdemns countries that deliberately disrupt the internet access of their citizens