'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
As more than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a sustainable urban development plan has never been so important for addressing cities’ greatest problems from housing to health, writes Enora Robin
1,000 people on the island are now believed to have been killed by the storm
‘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
Hopes that the UN would appoint its first woman Secretary-General are dashed
'This critical mandate will bring much-needed attention to human rights violations against LGBT people'
‘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'
'We must recognise that refugees are a symptom of larger failures - be it war, ethnic tensions or persecution'
'The UK will start its domestic procedures to enable ratification,' reveals Prime Minister
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
‘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