The bid required approval by all NATO members, including Turkey and Hungary which each won concessions.
The summit is focused on Europe's uncertain security, clouded by Russia's threat and America's political turmoil.
The ruling is the first of two that are expected this week from a decade of conflict-turned-war between Russia and Ukraine.
The World Health Organization's executive board began planning for the World Health Assembly.
The spotlight on gender parity follows Mexico's push last year for a crackdown on harassment at U.N. climate talks.
Donors provided US$2.65 billion, or 67% of last year's U.N. appeal for US$3.9 billion to help people inside Ukraine.
An internal audit found a US$31 million funding gap and deficiencies in U.N. Climate Change's Transparency Division.
The election adds only the sixth female judge and denies Russia a seat for the first time in the court's 77-year history.
Swiss right-wing populist and Socialist parties gained strength at the expense of Greens, reflecting increasingly conservative voter sentiment on issues like climate, health and migration.
Each of the Geneva-based global initiatives developed by the GESDA Foundation won pledges of millions of Swiss francs.
The vote undermined Moscow's claim it still has support from a silent majority of the United Nations' 193 member nations.
The idea is to speed up the adoption of a global economic model that more closely aligns with the U.N.'s 17 Global Goals.
The panel said it found evidence of human rights abuses on both sides, but those by Russia far outweigh those by Ukraine.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and U.S. President Joe Biden each took the stage at the U.N. General Assembly to emphasize there are global stakes in the outcome of the war.
Dow Jones’ lawyers want the working group to use its mandate from the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva to investigate the reporter's highly politicized case.
Funding for humanitarian aid has been getting hard to find amid global economic pressures, but the needs are soaring.