Football's governing body will mark the 100th anniversary of the World Cup in Uruguay, where the first was held in 1930.
Increasing rice prices from India's ban “raises substantial food security concerns for a large swath of the world population."
Saulo, who has led Argentina's National Meteorological Service since 2014, is the first woman elected as WMO's chief.
Panel members said they heard countless painful stories from victims and their families but also learned of some promising initiatives against racial discrimination.
Finance leaders from the world's 20 biggest economies projected moderate global growth and recovery later this year and into 2020, but warned of risks from a prolonged trade war.
IBM, which helped develop the standards, said they offer policy guidance for governments and stakeholders worldwide.
A panel found Israeli soldiers used live ammunition against thousands of unarmed protesters, killing 189 Palestinians.
The biggest beneficiaries are likely to be the E.U., Mexico, Japan, Canada, South Korea, India, Australia and Brazil.
The Group of 20's final communiqué expressed concern about the future direction of the World Trade Organization, which U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to leave.
The Geneva-based International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development, or ICTSD, which was founded in 1996, said it was closing down immediately.
The trade deal fulfills U.S. President Donald Trump's pledge to replace the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement.
The World Trade Organization is under mounting pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump's administration to justify its global rules, dispute forum and even its existence.
The report found the highest concentration of modern slavery in North Korea — and bigger numbers than previously reported in Australia, Europe and the United States.
The world's foremost international organization for financing projects on environmental change sent up smoke signals warning that 'incremental change will not suffice.'
Before telecoms can revolutionize their equipment, the International Telecommunication Union must develop new technical standards for putting it all to use.