Armed conflicts and planetary crises were top concerns of the U.N. Environment Assembly, which adopted 15 resolutions.
Humanitarian groups demanded a probe into an 'apparent mass killing' at an aid drop where Israel blamed a stampede.
Aid workers witnessed 'unprecedented levels of desperation,' confirming Gaza’s 'precipitous slide into hunger and disease.'
The summit is focused on Europe's uncertain security, clouded by Russia's threat and America's political turmoil.
The UNRWA funding crisis, following Israeli allegations, threatens basic aid to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.
Nine staff were immediately identified and terminated. Two were still being identified; one was confirmed dead.
Justices at The Hague granted South Africa's request for provisional measures against the Israeli military in Gaza.
Russia’s war in Ukraine and the Israel-Hamas war accelerated geopolitical tensions among major powers.
Leaders departed after a week of talks dominated by wars in Gaza and Ukraine, AI and a year of elections.
International aid groups face a daunting task struggling to deliver food, treat the injured and fight disease in Gaza.
Though it cannot enforce its orders, the court issues advisory opinions that carry legal weight and moral authority.
Sigrid Kaag, a fluent Arabic speaker with extensive Middle East experience, has endured threats of political violence.
At least 576,600 people or 1-in-4 households in Gaza are out of food and face extreme hunger as the risk of famine spreads.
Nations voted 153-10, with 23 abstentions, to demand a cease-fire and express “grave concern" for the humanitarian situation.
Gaza's aid network reached 'the breaking point' as Israel fought to destroy Hamas and groups warned Palestinians face starvation.
For the first time since becoming leader of the world body, António Guterres invoked Article 99 of the U.N. Charter.