Despite more than 800 reported rapes in Liberia last year, only 34 men were convicted
The former Portuguese Prime Minister pledged to combat terrorism and political populism, to promote gender equality and to seek a peaceful resolution to the Syrian conflict
'I'll play with you. I'm very sure they cannot be brighter than me. I will ask five questions that will humiliate you'
Fresh wave of air strikes causes widespread devastation as Syrian government stops UN aid reaching rebel-held Aleppo
'People have started dying, there are no doctors,' says health worker
People over 15-years-old in the Kingdom are tried as adults and can be executed
‘There is only one thing we are not ready to do: be passive, resign ourselves to another Srebrenica, another Rwanda', Staffan de Mistura says
Aid agencies sound alarm bells as Iraqi forces prepare to push Isis out of Mosul
Deadly new ground-penetrating bombs and incendiary missiles unleashed on Aleppo ‘cannot become the new normal,’ residents beg
The UN is very much of its time: in other words, it is out of date and mired in confusion. Here we look at its successes and failures – and ask if we should just start again
‘We're ready to deliver aid to besieged and hard-to-reach areas,’ says the WHO representative in Syria
'So this is not the time to turn away from our UN. It is the time to turn towards it'
Let Girls Learn was launched in conjunction with activist Malala Yousafzai in 2015
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has described the deadly attack as 'sickening, savage and apparently deliberate'
Elizabeth Nyamayaro, head of the HeForShe movement at UN Women, says 10 universities have committed to achieving gender equality in the near future - she explains how they aim to do that, and why a lot of other institutions did not want to sign up
Mr Obama calls for a world course correction during his final address as president