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.
At the end of a weeklong visit, the U.N. investigator's findings of an orchestrated state policy contradict Moscow’s denials.
Putin says Russia won't rejoin until the West meets its demands to ease shipping of Russian agricultural exports.
Talks are planned for Russia’s Black Sea resort of Sochi almost two months since Russia pulled out of the U.N.-brokered deal.
But the U.N. agency says any detonation of the mines should not affect the site’s nuclear safety and security systems.
The U.N.-brokered Black Sea Grain Initiative signed between the world body, Russia, Ukraine and Turkey in July 2022 has been vital to allow food supplies to reach global markets.
Ukraine failed to win a definitive timeline for joining the military alliance while Sweden's path to entry accelerated with plans to deepen counterterrorism cooperation with Turkey.
The weapons are banned under a Geneva-based treaty adopted by 111 nations, but not the U.S., Ukraine or Russia. Certain types are still permitted if they can self-destruct.
Swiss intelligence points to a "continuing high espionage threat" particularly in Geneva's hub of multilateralism.
Speakers blamed major economies for a system that puts profits over fighting poverty and caring for the planet.
The dam’s reservoir, with about 18 million cubic meters of water, provided water for Zaporizhzhya's cooling pools.
The debate over who should succeed Jens Stoltenberg, a Norwegian former prime minister, has become complicated. It's also possible he could agree to a fourth contract extension.