A new organization to supervise artificial intelligence could be modeled after the U.N. atomic watchdog agency, created in response to nuclear technology.
Delegates from 187 nations set aside concerns about human rights and migrant workers for Qatar's labor minister to head the International Labor Conference.
It is a fight that spans the continent and has entangled international organizations, border security forces and a host of others in a murky web of politics and international law.
The arrest of a European Parliament vice president and five others has shaken European institutions. But the shocked reactions to the scandal sidestep the root problem: widely accepted shadow lobbying inside the European Union.
Their demands call for supporting developing nations, paying for cleaner technologies, and pressuring wealthy nations.
The head of the 36-nation organization called on governments to listen to millions of people worried about climate change.