The court in Rwanda convicted 61 people who bore the greatest responsibility, but eight fugitives remain at large.
The judgement in the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals at The Hague, Netherlands, brings to a close the legal odyssey of 73-year-old Radovan Karadžić.
With demands growing for the U.N. chief to appoint an investigation into Jamal Khashoggi's murder, a review by Arete News found just eight previous instances of such an order.
A new review of U.N. whistleblowing policies and practices by the U.N.'s Joint Inspection Unit showed little improvement from retaliation cases reported more than a decade earlier.
The concept of a demilitarization zone, like the one planned for Idlib, goes back almost a half-millennium to Europe's rules on demolishing forts or prohibiting their reconstruction.
The charismatic statesman from Ghana, who spent virtually his entire career as a U.N. administrator and rose to become the world body's first Black African U.N. secretary-general, has died, his foundation announced in the Swiss capital.
The departing U.N. human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, a Jordanian prince and diplomat, warned people's rights must be defended amid a rise in populist-driven authoritarians.