Pakistan calls on int'l community to take cognizance of crimes against women in IIOJK

Pakistan calls on int'l community to take cognizance of crimes against women in IIOJK

Pakistan elected President of International Development Law Organization

Pakistan elected President of UN's International Development Law Organization

India involved in terrorism in Pakistan: Munir Akram

Munir Akram said that India is carrying out terrorism in Pakistan to sabotage CPEC

Pakistan calls on UNSC to prevent India from carrying out its criminal colonial project in IIOJK

Pakistan calls on UNSC to prevent India from carrying out its criminal colonial project in IIOJK

World must not turn away from Afghanistan: UN

Grandi said the future of millions of Afghans depends on the outcome of peace negotiations

UNHCR hopes for successful peace talks to repatriate Afghan refugees

UNHCR hopes for successful peace talks to repatriate Afghan refugees

Pakistan urges world to take urgent steps in developing conflict-sensitive responses to Coronavirus crisis

Pakistan urges world to take urgent steps in developing conflict-sensitive responses to Coronavirus

Pakistan says India doesn't qualify for UNSC's membership

Pakistan says India doesn't qualify for UNSC's membership

Global warming to continue no matter what we do: study

Earth's surface today is 1.2C hotter than was in mid-19th century, when temperatures began to rise

At least 74 migrants dead in shipwreck off Libya: UN

The IOM said that in the past two days, at least 19 other people, including two children drowned

AJK president pledges to carry forward mission of Jammu martyrs

He said Muslims in Jammu were first disarmed, and then killed by marauding hordes in their homes

US formally exits Paris pact aiming to curb climate change

The next planned round of UN climate talks takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, in 2021.

President seeks UN efforts to implement SC Resolutions on IIOJ&K

President seeks UN efforts to implement SC Resolutions on IIOJ&K

ECOSOC chief stresses new technologies to recover from devastating coronavirus crisis

ECOSOC chief stresses new technologies to recover from devastating coronavirus crisis

UN chief deplores persistent lack of women in peace efforts

Guterres said there had been "important changes" since the 2000 adoption of Resolution 1325

UN must introduce legislation against disrespect to religious beliefs: Governor Punjab

The Governor said Holy Prophet (PBUH) is the center of love and devotion for the Muslims

Child malnutrition at record highs in parts of Yemen: UN survey

Famine has never been officially declared in the Arabian Peninsula country

Speakers seek world attention towards Modern day holocaust in Kashmir

They demanded the United Nations Security Council to implement its resolutions on Kashmir

FM urges UN to take action against anti-Islam narrative

FM urges UN to take action against anti-Islam narrative

Pak Armed Forces extend best wishes to UN on 75th anniversary

Pak Armed Forces extend best wishes to UN on 75th anniversary

AJK PM calls for implementation of UN resolution on Kashmir

The PM said the fundamental objective behind the establishment of Azad Kashmir government

FM reiterates Pakistan's commitment to continue its efforts for peace in Afghanistan

He highlighted Pakistan’s facilitative role in the Afghan peace process

Foreign Secy, UN Secy Gen's envoy discuss Afghan peace process

Foreign Secy, UN Secy Gen's envoy discuss Afghan peace process

Pakistan highlights India's aggressive actions, military buildup at UN

Pakistan highlights India's aggressive actions, military buildup at UN

Saudi Arabia fails in bid to join UN rights council

Pakistan and Uzbekistan were elected with 169 votes while Nepal was also elected with 150 votes.

FM terms Pakistan's re-election to UNHRC as important diplomatic achievement

The 193-member UN General Assembly held elections for 15 new members

Pakistan re-elected to UN Human Rights Council

Pakistan re-elected to UN Human Rights Council

U.N. food agency wins 2020 Nobel Peace Prize

The prize is worth ten million Swedish crowns, or around $1.1 million.

Virus measures strand almost 3 million migrants: UN

The world needs to urgently step up cooperation to allow people to return in a safe manner.

Pakistan tops in Asia for highest response on social protection

The study was conducted by UNICEF, United Nations and IPC-IG to assess social protection

World leaders, virtual meeting 1.0: Was anybody listening?

World leaders, virtual meeting 1.0: Was anybody listening?

Pakistan committed to protection, preservation of biodiversity: PM Imran

PM Imran said Pakistan is among the top 10 countries most vulnerable to climate change.

PM Imran urges G20 countries to extend debt relief for at least a year

PM Imran said that everyone in the world should have easy access to the coronavirus vaccine.

Heavy losses as Armenia-Azerbaijan defy calls for calm

Renewed US calls echoed by Germany and Russia for a halt to the fierce clashes that erupted Sunday

Afridi urges UNSC to stop India from harassing human rights organizations

Shehryar Afridi said that the human rights watchdog had blamed the right-wing government of India

Leaders to UN: If virus doesn't kill us, climate change will

Main goal of 2015 Paris climate accord is to limit rise in global temperatures to 2 degree Celsius.

Kashmir not India's part - it never will be, Pakistan declares at UN

India has no other claim than that of a military occupier in Kashmir, Zulqarnain Chheena said.

PM Imran's address to UNGA made every Pakistani proud: Asim Bajwa

PM Imran Khan's substantive address to UNGA truly represented Pakistanis.

Indian diplomat walks out during PM Imran UNGA speech

PM Imran Khan raised the Kashmir issue and criticized the Indian government.

Palestinian leader calls for UN-led peace conference early next year

The Palestinians want a state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip with east Jerusalem as its capital

PM urges UN to protect Kashmiris from impending genocide by India

He credited Ehsaas Programme, other policies towards steering Pakistan out of COVID-19 pandemic.

PM Imran to address UN General Assembly via video link today

FO spokesperson said the PM Imran will once again raise the issue of Jammu and Kashmir dispute.

If world handles climate like COVID-19, UN chief says: 'I fear the worst'

Guterres said the coronavirus was out of control as the global death toll approaches 1 million

For North Korea, UN membership is a key link to larger world

The country’s propaganda services are prone to rhetoric meant to convey a sense of towering fury

Govt committed to reduce poverty from 24.3pc to 19pc by 2023: PM

Imran Khan said apart from the direct attack on poverty, they needed to address its systemic causes.

PM to once again raise J&K issue in UNGA address on Friday: FO

The prime minister will also share Pakistan s successful handling of COVID-19

World must take steps to stop money laundering: PM Imran

The PM said around 1 trillion dollars is transferred every year through white collar crime.

K-pop band BTS delivers 'message of hope' at 75th U.N. General Assembly

K-pop band BTS delivers 'message of hope' at 75th U.N. General Assembly

UN, Britain to co-host climate summit on December 12

We have champions and solutions all around us, in every city, corporation and country: Antonio

Saudi King Salman targets Iran during debut at United Nations

He said Iran has exploited a 2015 nuclear deal "to intensify its expansionist activities.

NDMA to set up flood relief centers in interior Sindh: Lt. General Afzal

NDMA to set up flood relief centers in interior Sindh: Lt. General Afzal

Rouhani says US can impose neither negotiations nor war on Iran

Iran has refused to hold talks with the United States unless Washington lifts sanctions on Tehran

At UN, China's Xi says no intention to fight 'a Cold War or hot one' with any country

We will continue to narrow differences and resolve disputes with others through dialogue and talks.

Kashmir a 'burning issue', Erdogan tells world leaders

Regime was engaged in systematically engineering demographic change in IIOJK through domicile rules.

At UN, Trump demands action against China over virus, Xi urges cooperation

Trump accused Beijing of allowing people to leave China in the early stages of the outbreak

UN's response on Kashmir has been disappointing: AJK President

The AJK President said that the situation in IOJK is very dire and is deteriorating every day.

UN resolutions, decisions are being flouted in IIOJK: FM Qureshi

International cooperation, especially in the Security Council, is at its lowest: Shah Mehmood

Born to prevent war, UN at 75 faces deeply polarized world

To mark its 75th anniversary, the UN launched “a global conversation” in January using surveys.

Iran says US faces 'maximum isolation' as world powers dismiss sanctions

The US had already suffered a resounding defeat at the Security Council in mid-August

The UN marks 75th anniversary facing world split by Covid-19

The anniversary will kick off the global body's annual General Assembly

UN warns of possible war crimes in Turkish-controlled Syria

Turkey controls large stretches of northeastern Syria through various armed groups

PM Imran to address UN General Assembly session on Sept 25: FM Qureshi

He reiterated that Kashmir dispute cannot be solved by the use of force.

Won't allow any Indian attempt to spread sectarianism to succeed: FO

The FO spokesperson said India was consistently making efforts to evade the Jadhav case.

Pakistan re-elected in United Nations CPC for next three years

Pakistan re-elected in United Nations CPC for next three years

UN rights chief's statement on IIOJK just tip of iceberg: AJK President

Sardar Masood Khan said it is an erroneous impression that there is no 3-G, 4-G internet in AJK

As world falls behind on UN wildlife targets, bright spots offer hope

Report outlined recommendations for far-reaching changes in sectors from farming to urban planning.

U.N. chief to push pandemic ceasefire at world leaders meeting, but fears opportunities lost

U.N. chief to push pandemic ceasefire at world leaders meeting, but fear

Kashmiris continue to be subjected to police violence in IIOJK: UN rights chief

Kashmiris continue to be subjected to police violence in IIOJK: UN rights chief

Pakistan condemns General Bipin Rawat's provocative statement

Chaudhri said the latest situation at the China-India border areas validates Pakistan's concerns

Possible war crimes in Yemen fuelled by arms flows from West, Iran: UN

Coalition air strikes in the past year may amount to war crimes

Utilization of state resources for public welfare govt's priority: PM

He lauded the services of UNDP in the field of human development in Pakistan

Increased warming closing in on agreed upon limit: UN report

The world already has warmed nearly 2 degrees (1.1 degrees Celsius) since the late 1800s

Syria Kurds transfer some IS-linked foreign families from camp

So far 76 families have been moved since July from Al-Hol to the Roj camp

UN detects virus cases in Syrian refugee camp in Jordan

Experts and aid agencies have warned of potentially catastrophic outbreaks in world’s refugee camps

UNSC rejects India's demand to remove Kashmir issue from agenda

UNSC rejects India's demand to remove Kashmir issue from agenda

Pandemic threatens refugee children's limited schooling: UN

Pandemic threatens refugee children's limited schooling: UN

PM Imran Khan to address UNGA session on Sept 25

Kashmir expected to be main focus of PM Imran's address

Pakistan urges UNSC to focus on Hindutva terrorism

Pakistan urges UNSC to focus on Hindutva terrorism

Blake shooting highlights need to eradicate racism-policing links: UN

Blake, 29, was shot multiple times in the back on Sunday

No change in Pakistan's policy on Kashmir dispute: FO

The spokesperson called upon India to reverse its illegal actions of 5th August last year

PM Imran informs UNGA President-elect about Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir

FM and President-elect of the UN General Assembly are scheduled to address a joint press stakeout.

UN chief calls for elimination of nuclear weapons at Nagasaki anniversary

UN chief calls for elimination of nuclear weapons at Nagasaki anniversary

Guterres reiterates appeal for resolution of Kashmir dispute through talks, says UN ready to help

Guterres reiterates appeal for resolution of Kashmir dispute through talks, says UN ready to help

UN experts call for urgent action to remedy 'alarming' rights situation in IIOJK

UN experts call for urgent action to remedy 'alarming' rights situation in IIOJK

UN experts slam 'alarming' rights free-fall in Kashmir

A group of UN rights experts urged India to address the "alarming human rights situation" in Kashmir

UN hails 'historic' milestone in global drive to end child labour

The number of child labourers worldwide has dropped to 152 million from 246 million in 2000

UN experts slam alarming rights free-fall in Kashmir

UN experts slam alarming rights free-fall in Kashmir

U.N. chief warns world facing 'generational catastrophe' on education

As of mid-July schools were closed in some 160 countries, affecting more than 1 billion students.

Srinagar cannot be liberated by making social media trend: Ahsan Iqbal

He accused government of helping India become a member of the Security Council uncontested

Moeed seeks media role to project Kashmir cause in befitting way

He said the revocation of IIOJK’s special status was a violation of human rights of Kashmiris

Peaceful protests a 'fundamental human right': UN watchdog

worldwide protests in support of Black Lives Matter have underlined its importance: UN

UNGA president-elect postpones his visit to Pakistan due to technical flight issues

UNGA president-elect postpones his visit to Pakistan due to technical flight issues

Terrorist elements in India pose threat to neighboring countries: UN report

Terrorist elements in India pose threat to neighboring countries: UN report

Pakistan elected president of UN Economic and Social Council

The 54-Member ECOSOC is the third principal organ, along with General Assembly and Security Council.

Plastic pollution flowing into oceans to triple by 2040: study

Roadmap for stemming runaway ocean plastic waste crisis is among detailed ever offered in a study.

Pakistan elected to lead principal UN organ ECOSOC

Munir Akram said legacy of colonialism and racism is “a major systemic cause of inequality”

Yemen's children starve amid rising fears of famine

Fears of famine in Yemen are resurfacing, the United Nations says

Repair work at residence of Pakistan Permanent Rep to UN being done after fulfilling codal formalities'

She mentioned that the Ministry had received a request for repair and maintenance from the Mission

40 million children miss out on basic education due to coronavirus

The shutdowns have also left many parents struggling to balance childcare and paid employment

India martyred 14 civilians in 1,744 LoC violations this year

India disregarded ceasefire appeal of UNSG Antonio Guterres.

Time for Kashmir's accession to Pakistan not far away: President

The president said the India had been illegally occupying the IOJ&K

Kashmiris must get right to self-determination like Darfur: Shehryar Afridi

He said this is a nefarious design cooked up to violate the UN Security Council resolutions.

As more go hungry and malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in doubt, UN report warns

Securing healthy diets for the billions who cannot afford them would save trillions in costs

UN restarts cross-border aid to Syria but shuts access point

European countries and the US had wanted to maintain both crossing points.

UN warns Yemen on brink of famine again

UN raised only around half the required $2.41 billion in aid for Yemen at a June donor conference.

Deadly Syrian, Russian air strikes in Idlib amount to war crimes: UN

Fighters from HTS, a group formerly known as Nusra Front, have tortured and executed detainees

UN concerned Afghan violence aimed at derailing peace talks

UN concerned Afghan violence aimed at derailing peace talks

UNSC issues statement decrying terrorist attack on Pakistan Stock Exchange

UNSC issues statement decrying terrorist attack on PSX in Karachi

Pakistan urges UN Human Rights Council to stop Indian crimes in Kashmir

Pakistan urges UN Human Rights Council to stop Indian crimes in Kashmir

UN rights expert urges EU to punish any Israeli annexation in West Bank

Palestinians see annexations as an illegal land grab.

US warns Russia, China of UN isolation if Iran arms ban extension blocked

The 13-year-old arms restrictions on Iran are due to expire in October

UN chief calls on Israel to abandon West Bank annexation plan

Palestinians vehemently oppose the annexation plan, as do most world powers.

Global support for refugees, host communities imperative amidst COVID 19: FM Qureshi

Global support for refugees, host communities imperative amidst COVID 19: FM Qureshi

India's temporary UNSC membership is a matter of shame for the UN: Shehbaz Sharif

India's temporary UNSC membership is a matter of shame for the UN: Shehbaz Sharif

Mexico, India, Ireland, Norway elected to U.N. Security Council, one seat still open

Mexico, India, Ireland, Norway elected to U.N. Security Council, one seat still open

India's actions in IOJ&K negate fundamental principles of UN Charter: FO

India's actions in IOJ&K negate fundamental principles of UN Charter: FO

Over one percent of humanity displaced: UN

Over one percent of humanity displaced: UN

India's election to UNSC not to affect status of Kashmir dispute: Ambassador Akram

Ambassador Akram also said the International community should not be deceived by Indian rhetoric.

Arms seized by U.S., missiles used to attack Saudi Arabia 'of Iranian origin': U.N.

Arms seized by U.S., missiles used to attack Saudi Arabia 'of Iranian origin': U.N.

UN Chief calls for de-escalation of tensions between Pakistan, India

UN Chief calls for de-escalation of tensions between Pakistan, India

EU awards peacekeeping medal to Pakistani soldier

Sepoy Amir Aslam was martyred in the Democratic Republic of Congo on a UN peacekeeping mission

India increases oppression in IOJ&K undercover of COVID-19: Dr Moeed

Dr Moeed said UNSC resolutions are the only mechanism to solve the Kashmir dispute.

Pandemic may reverse human development for first time in 30 years, UN says

UNDP report said the COVID-19 pandemic is unleashing a human development crisis.

New UN envoy warns closed borders embolden human traffickers

Human rights groups have warned that mistreating migrants may drive them further into the shadows

Armed group kills 20 villagers in northeast Congo

The attackers fled after United Nations peacekeepers arrived at the village

Children at risk as pandemic pushes them online warns UN agency

ITU estimated that 1.5 billion children are out of school due to lockdown forcing them to go online

Rohingya survivors tell of misery and death at sea; hundreds still adrift

Amnesty International urged governments to protect stranded Rohingya and allow them to land.

Country's economy cannot afford lockdown for a long period: FM Qureshi

He said we have to fight coronavirus pandemic and poverty at the same time

UN hails services of Pakistani Peacekeepers in Congo

The spokesperson said Pakistan is amongst the top contributors to the UN Peacekeeping.

War-torn Yemen braces for worst as five more virus cases reported

The UN says more than 24 million Yemenis, more than two thirds of the population, need aid.

Indian occupation of IOJ&K an open challenge to UN and int'l law: Shehbaz Sharif

He said a new horrible era of Modi's barbarism and oppression had begun from August 5, 2019

A new normal: UN lays out roadmap to lift economies, save jobs after COVID-19

A new normal: UN lays out roadmap to lift economies, save jobs after COVID-19.

Pakistani Peacekeepers rescue over 2000 people stranded due to heavy floods in Congo

Rains and flooding damaged thousands of houses and affected nearly 75000 people.

PM's debt relief call for developing nations welcomed at UN: FO

Presidents of the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council have welcomed the statement

UN urges world to quickly scale up medicines, vaccines

The UN resolution asked Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to work with the WHO

UN backs PM Imran Khan's call for Global Initiative on debt relief

Guterres supported PM Imran's call for a Global Initiative for debt relief to developing countries.

PM Imran appeals debt relief for developing countries amid coronavirus pandemic

PM Imran said that developing countries lack resources to fight hunger and disease

Govts must take immediate steps to prevent a debt crisis: UN

Due to COVID-19 crisis, global financial markets have witnessed heavy losses and intense volatility.

UN chief adds voice to calls for release of Kashmiri prisoners in IOK

UN and Pakistan welcomed the joint statement by six international human rights organizations on IOK

FM Qureshi recommends UN to restructure loans for developing countries

New Delhi's steps are against the UN resolutions and international laws, he stressed: FM Qureshi

Rehman Malik urges UN Secretary General for removing Pakistan from FATF's grey list

He writes that he wanted to forward a letter which he has written to the President FATF

Water is an under-used weapon in climate change fight: UN

Water use has increased six-fold over the past century and is rising by about 1% a year

Millions could die if virus allowed to spread unchecked: UN chief

Antonio Guterres said global solidarity is not only a moral imperative, it is in everyone's interest

High time for UN to act over Khashoggi killing, says fiancee

Turkish officials say a 15-man Saudi squad strangled him and cut his body into pieces

US calls for Tuesday UN vote on Taliban deal

US calls for Tuesday UN vote on Taliban deal

Coronavirus outbreak will slash global investment flows: UN

Efforts to halt the spread of the virus, which has killed more than 3,500 people

Virus lockdowns and quarantines must respect rights: UN

Bachelet's comments came as the number of people infected worldwide neared 100,000 across 85 nations

U.N. nuclear watchdog admonishes Iran for denying access to two sites

U.N. nuclear watchdog admonishes Iran for denying access to two sites

U.N. chief voices concern about fighting in northwest Syria, calls for ceasefire

U.N. chief voices concern about fighting in northwest Syria, calls for ceasefire

Human rights under assault worldwide: UN chief

UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet also stressed the need for urgent action on human rights.

UN chief terms Kartarpur corridor a 'corridor of hope'

He said this is a welcome symbol of interfaith harmony.

UNSG inspired to meet brave women, men of Pakistan serving for peace

UNSG Antonio Guterres inspired to meet brave women, men of Pakistan serving for peace.

U.N. envoy condemns use of birdshot against Iraqi protesters

U.N. envoy condemns use of birdshot against Iraqi protesters

UN secretary general reaches Lahore

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres reached Lahore on Monday on a two-day visit.

UN chief again offers to mediate Kashmir issue

He said the basic right of the people of the occupied valley must be ensured at all costs.

President underlines UN obligation to implement its Security Council resolutions on Kashmir issue

President Alvi underscored Pakistan’s strong support for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan

India could stage a 'false flag' operation, PM informs UNSG

The prime minister underscored that there was no military solution to the Afghan conflict.

UN chief commends improved security situation in Pakistan

Guterres acknowledged Pakistan's contribution in UN peacekeeping Missions

14 children among up to 22 dead in Cameroon massacre: UN

14 children among up to 22 dead in Cameroon massacre: UN

Palestinians withdraw request for UN vote on US Mideast plan: diplomats

The US is also seeking to eliminate language that equated East Jerusalem with occupied West Bank

Pakistan to host two-day world moot on Afghan refugees on Feb 17-18

The conference would be attended by ministers and senior officials from different countries.

U.N. to host new Libya ceasefire talks after no deal in first round

U.N. to host new Libya ceasefire talks after no deal in first round

Kushner says UN must break 'habits' as he defends Middle East plan

The plan's recent publication has caused a "ton of cracks" in the approach taken by several states

U.N. watchdog sees no new Iranian violations of nuclear deal

U.N. watchdog sees no new Iranian violations of nuclear deal

UN aid agency fears US Middle East plan will spark violence

UNRWA appealed to donors for $1.4 billion this year.

FM stresses upon resolution of IOJ&K issue under UN resolutions

The foreign minister apprised her about the ongoing Indian atrocities in the occupied Kashmir

UNODC, Interior Ministry launch technical assistance framework

UNODC has a mandate to provide technical assistance for preventing and countering terrorism

PM Imran warns world of danger of an all-out war in IOJK region

Imran Khan said if something goes wrong, it will have implications far beyond the subcontinent.

Putin calls for summit of key UN Security Council members

Putin said leaders of Russia, China, US, France and Britain could meet "in any place in the world".

Pakistan, India war not imminent but world powers 'must act' to prevent escalation: PM Imran

Imran Khan said that the United Nations should send observers along the Line of Control (LoC)

Pakistan is raising voice against Indian annexation of IoK: FO

Pakistan on Jan 16 briefed Security Council's closed door session regarding situation in Kashmir

U.N. chief says he is very worried that oil ports, oilfield shut in Libya

U.N. chief says he is very worried that oil ports, oilfield shut in Libya

UNSC again expresses concern over curfew, human rights violations in IOK: FO

Pakistan will continue to play its role for reduction of tension and peace and stability in region.

Kashmir issue is on UN Security Council's agenda: FM Qureshi

FM Qureshi said Pakistan is concerned about the present situation in the India-occupied Kashmir.

UN Security Council holds closed door meeting on Kashmir

The meeting is based on an old request raised by Pakistan in December 2019.

UN Security Council declares commitment to 'international law' as tensions flare

The declaration was issued at the start of a debate on the UN Charter

US 'ready for serious negotiations' with Iran

Iran's UN Ambassador wrote that Tehran "does not seek escalation or war".

U.S. denies Iran's Zarif a visa to attend U.N.: U.S. official

U.S. denies Iran's Zarif a visa to attend U.N.: U.S. official

UNSC, international community not playing due role in Kashmir issue: Dr Firdous

UNSC, international community not playing due role for Kashmir issue: Dr Firdous

U.N. secretary-general 'deeply concerned' North Korea said it could resume weapons tests

U.N. secretary-general 'deeply concerned' North Korea said it could resume weapons tests

UN raises 2020 budget, includes funds for war crimes probes

The budget represents a slight increase from 2019's figure of $2.9 billion to $3.07 billion in 2020.

U.N. rebuffs Russia accusation that U.S. visa delays being ignored

U.N. rebuffs Russia accusation that U.S. visa delays being ignored

Treason Case: UN opposes Musharraf's death penalty

"The United Nations stands against the death penalty," said Dujarric.

UNSG appoints Julien Harneis UN Resident Coordinator in Pakistan

Julien has 31 years of experience in development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and management

UN targets electrifying all of world's refugee camps

The new UN challenge aims to mitigate that risk, and at the close of the summit Wednesday

India has violated ceasefire along LoC 3000 times, FM Qureshi tells UNSC

India has violated ceasefire along LoC 3000 times, FM Qureshi writes to UNSC

UN expresses concern over use of force against protesters in India

UN expresses concern over use of force against protesters in India

China expresses serious concerns over situation in Occupied Kashmir

China expresses serious concerns over situation in Occupied Kashmir

Rich nations urged to do 'fair share' at global refugee meet

World owes all countries and communities that welcome large numbers of refugees a debt of gratitude.

PM Imran Khan to attend Global Refugees Forum in Geneva

The premier will also have bilateral interaction with his counterparts, and with U.N. leadership.

Anger, relief but no joy as UN climate talks limp to an end

The COP25 deal "expresses the urgent need" for new carbon cutting commitments to close the gap

Myanmar's Suu Kyi warns genocide case could reignite Rohingya crisis

Suu Kyi told the court that army operation was in response to attacks by Rohingya militants.

From space, Italian astronaut urges UN summit to save 'beautiful' Earth

The celestial intervention provided a welcome distraction for delegates at the talks.

Pakistan ranks 152nd in UN's Human Development Index

Pakistan ranks 152nd in UN's Human Development Index

UN launches $29 bn emergency funding appeal

UN launches $29 bn emergency funding appeal

UN chief says humanity's 'war against nature' must stop

He said climate-related disasters are becoming more frequent, more deadly, more destructive.

Pakistan hopeful for resumption of direct US-Taliban talks for Afghan peace

Ambassador Munir Akram at the U.N spoke about the Afghan peace process and Pakistan's role in it.

Pakistan challenges India's eligibility for UN Security Council membership

Mr Munir Akram said New Delhi has been blatantly violating 15-member body resolutions.

Pakistan elected to preside over 11th session of UN Commission on Trade and Development

The Commission is an important UN platform to discuss key trade and development issues.