The conflict has pushed over 20 million people into severe acute hunger, including 6.3 million a step away from famine.
As climate litigation increases, the body of legal precedent grows, forming an increasingly well-defined field of law.
The co-chairs of a negotiating panel said there's been a healthy exchange of ideas and concerns among 194 nations.
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.
Delegates from 187 nations set aside concerns about human rights and migrant workers for Qatar's labor minister to head the International Labor Conference.
Saulo, who has led Argentina's National Meteorological Service since 2014, is the first woman elected as WMO's chief.
A top U.S. diplomatic official said the ICC won't pursue war crimes charges against Americans if the U.S. courts handle it.
Syrian President Bashar Assad, formerly ostracized by most Arab nations, was warmly readmitted to the Arab League.
Zelenskyy conveyed his confidence that Russia's leaders would someday face justice for war crimes during his symbolic visit to the city that hosts the International Criminal Court.
Low rainfall and high evaporation rates 'would not have led to drought at all in a 1.2° C. cooler world,' scientists concluded.
More than 300 accounts of heads of state, government leaders and their institutions, plus some 40 major international organizations and their leaders were slated to be demoted.
Diplomats from other nations objected to the Russian-led U.N. Security Council session as an exercise in disinformation and cynical misuse of its mandate to maintain peace and security.