The Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization agreed on some policies but not a unified goal to end deforestation.
The United States signaled its intent to return to UNESCO and pay arrears after China became its biggest contributor and a Chinese diplomat took over as deputy chief.
A top U.S. diplomatic official said the ICC won't pursue war crimes charges against Americans if the U.S. courts handle it.
Panel members said they heard countless painful stories from victims and their families but also learned of some promising initiatives against racial discrimination.
The collaboration found some parts of genomes remained the same for all mammalian species over millions of years of evolution, indicating regulatory functions essential to health.
More than 300 accounts of heads of state, government leaders and their institutions, plus some 40 major international organizations and their leaders were slated to be demoted.
The commemoration is not meant to be a look solely into the past; the idea is to preserve and teach an ugly chapter of history that might help ward off humanity’s worst impulses.
McCain represents a seemingly bygone era of American bipartisanship as both a close political ally of Democratic U.S. President Joe Biden and the widow of U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee.
As the largest shareholder in the World Bank, the United States traditionally nominates candidates for a five-year term as president. They are vetted by the bank’s executive board.
The United States says Russia won't allow American inspectors to inspect its arsenal to ensure compliance with the post-Cold War agreement the two nations renewed for five years in 2021.
Haiti's violence has paralyzed the country, obstructed humanitarian aid, and fueled the resurgence of cholera amid a widening food crisis, U.N. officials emphasize.
About US$3 billion from Venezuela's frozen assets held in U.S. and European banks is expected to go to a U.N.-administered fund. The agreement restarts negotiations and clears the way for Chevron to resume pumping Venezuelan oil.
With leadership under fire and a community facing an historic convergence of crises, finance ministers and central bankers met at the World Bank and IMF.