The bid required approval by all NATO members, including Turkey and Hungary which each won concessions.
Though it cannot enforce its orders, the court issues advisory opinions that carry legal weight and moral authority.
The first-of-its-kind provision cites an “urgent need for the international community to address the challenges and concerns raised by autonomous weapons systems."
“The path to justice for his killing remains fully blocked," said Amnesty International’s Secretary General Agnès Callamard.
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.
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.
ECOWAS' 15 nations set an Aug. 6 deadline for Niger's military to restore to power the democratically elected president.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said that by keeping millions of tons of grain from Ukraine out of the international market, Russia was forcing up food prices around the world.
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.
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.
The border crossing is essential for more than 4 million uprooted people in Syria who depend on humanitarian aid.
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.
Moscow wants the transit of ammonia, a key ingredient in nitrogen-based fertilizers, to resume in Ukrainian territory.
A Swiss-led U.N. Security Council session called on all countries and armed groups to fulfill their obligations for protecting civilians under international humanitarian law.
The Black Sea Grain Initiative, a U.N.-brokered agreement signed between the world body, Russia, Ukraine and Turkey on July 22, 2022, will now continue at least until mid-July.