Education Cannot Wait said Afghan girls are the "furthest behind" in efforts to erase poverty and reduce inequality.
The U.K.'s push at the U.N. Security Council could serve as a starting point for a multilateral approach toward addressing the serious security risks posed by artificial intelligence.
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 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.
The total number of nuclear warheads fell worldwide, but the amount of operational nuclear weapons started to rise.
As the only G-7 member to have joined Beijing's sprawling global pact, Italy had indicated it would leave. But now Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni says the decision is still up in the air.
The new technology accelerator, known by an acronym that shares its name with a storied goddess, quietly began taking shape a year before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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.
A U.N. Security Council resolution calls on Afghanistan's de factor rulers to quickly restore the rights of women and girls to 'full, equal, meaningful and safe' participation in society.
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.
Despite his concerns about Russia and China and the "unraveling" of the international arms controls regimes the world has long depended on, the NATO chief emphasized the need to negotiate new arms control arrangements.
The addition more than doubles the length of the 1,215 kilometers of borders that NATO member nations share with Russia. Finland and Russia share a 1,340-kilometer border.
Mozambique, which holds the U.N. Security Council's monthly revolving presidency, hosted a discussion on how to strengthen efforts between the United Nations and regional organizations at curbing terrorism and violent extremism.
Vladimir Putin said Russia will not withdraw from the treaty but will no longer allow NATO countries to inspect its nuclear arsenal, which is at the heart of the agreement.
The agreement emerged from high-level political discussions among 85 countries on the sidelines of an international summit this week in the Netherlands' seat of government.
The move reflects Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's request for vastly more heavy weaponry and ammunition – not to mention missiles, tanks and fighter jets – to launch an expected spring counteroffensive against Russian forces.