UNSC demands investigation into mass graves in Gaza

UNSC concerned over reports of discovery of mass graves in and around Nasser, Al-Shifa hospitals

UN agency closes East Jerusalem compound after arson

UN agency closes East Jerusalem compound after arson

Pakistan laments UNSC inability to implement resolutions on Palestine

He said permanent UNSC members did not reach a consensus to implement the crucial decision

General Assembly set to vote on more rights for Palestinians at UN today

To succeed, the initiative needed a Security Council green light and then a two-thirds majority vote

Pakistan slams Indian atrocities against minorities, Kashmiris at UN

Ambassador says unless Hindutva fascism is opposed, conflict in South Asia will remain a real danger

UN chief warns of growing threat to environmental journalists

Antonio highlights increasing danger for environmental journalists on World Press Freedom Day

Russia shipping fuel to North Korea above UN cap

Russia shipping fuel to North Korea above UN cap

Pakistan urges UN to reconsider Palestine's full membership bid amid US veto

Pakistan urges UN to reconsider Palestine's full membership bid amid US veto

Top UN officials call on UK to reconsider plan to transfer asylum seekers to Rwanda

Other countries are considering tough measures to stem illegal migration

Haiti's death toll rises as international support lags, UN report says

At least 590 were killed during police operations

China's foreign minister says admitting Palestinian state to UN is move to rectify injustice

China's foreign minister says admitting Palestinian state to UN is move to rectify injustice

UN rights chief urges states to act on slavery reparations

UN rights chief urges states to act on slavery reparations

Shipping industry urges UN to protect vessels after Iran seizure

Shipping industry urges UN to protect vessels after Iran seizure

UN chief warns Mideast on brink of 'full-scale regional conflict'

UN chief warns Mideast on brink of 'full-scale regional conflict'

UN falls short of billion-dollar pledge to tackle Ethiopia's hunger crisis

UN falls short of billion-dollar pledge to tackle Ethiopia's hunger crisis

UN Security Council to meet today on Iran attack after Israel request

The meeting will take place at 4 pm ET (2000 GMT), according to a schedule released late on Saturday

Israel and UN disagree over Gaza aid figures

Israel and UN disagree over Gaza aid figures

UN report urges funding in development investment to rescue SDGs; Pakistan calls it timely

Financing challenges are at the heart of the world’s sustainable development crisis

US envoy to UN to visit Korean border, North Korean defectors

Thomas-Greenfield's trip will also include a stop in Japan

UN Security Council refers Palestinian application to become full UN member to committee

UN Security Council refers Palestinian application to become full UN member to committee

Three UN observers and a translator wounded in south Lebanon

Three UN observers and a translator wounded in south Lebanon

At UN, Pakistan renews commitment to beat plastic pollution, bolster waste management

“We plan to implement ‘Zero Plastic Waste Cities along the Indus’," says envoy

PTI calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza during Ramazan

PTI calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza during Ramazan

Pakistan welcomes UNSC resolution demanding immediate ceasefire in Gaza

FO welcomes call for allowing free flow of humanitarian assistance to Gaza

UN chief visits Gaza border in new plea for ceasefire

UN chief visits Gaza border in new plea for ceasefire

UN adopts first global artificial intelligence resolution

To shape AI's development, amid fears it could be used to disrupt democratic processes

At UN, Pakistan pushes for concessional financing for clean energy

Pakistan has underscored importance of accelerating progress towards sustainable energy goals.

Talks push on in crisis-wracked Haiti

Talks push on in crisis-wracked Haiti

Planet 'on the brink' as UN agency warns new heat records are likely in 2024

Planet 'on the brink' as UN agency warns new heat records are likely in 2024

UN secretary-general alarmed by reports of Myanmar airstrikes

Myanmar has been convulsed by turmoil since the military seized power in 2021

UNRWA chief Lazzarini says Israel blocked him from entering Gaza

Lazzarini wrote on X that he had been denied entry by "Israeli authorities"

UNICEF says essential aid container looted at Haiti port

Haiti is struggling to resolve a long-running political and humanitarian crisis

5 million at risk of starvation in Sudan

5 million at risk of starvation in Sudan

Tensions rise in Haiti as leadership remains in balance

The United Nations' children's fund has warned of record hunger

Australia to resume funding to UN's main Palestinian relief agency

Sweden, Canada and the European Union have resumed funding to some degree

India begins deporting first group of Myanmar refugees who fled 2021 coup

India begins deporting first group of Myanmar refugees who fled 2021 coup

Cereal prices down, but sugar and meat are up: FAO

Predicts higher wheat production in 2024 by North America, Russia, China, Pakistan, others

Pakistan asks UNSC to press Afghanistan for stopping TTP attacks

Calls for tracing the outlawed outfit’s sources of obtaining weapons, finances

US tells citizens to leave Haiti after jailbreak

US tells citizens to leave Haiti after jailbreak

UN sanctions six Congo rebels as fighting in east escalates

The fighting has increased the risk of an all-out conflict between Congo and Rwanda

UN to explore appointment of envoy to engage Taliban with international community

UN to explore appointment of envoy to engage Taliban with international community

Eastern Congo residents scramble for food and safety as conflict intensifies

The use of heavy artillery and shelling has killed dozens

Presidential election: Senegal suspends internet access

Presidential election: Senegal suspends internet access

UN chief urges Pakistanis to resolve all post-election issues through set legal mechanisms

UN chief Antonio Guterres also urged Pakistanis to maintain a “calm atmosphere” in the country

UN urges Russia to end forcible transfer of Ukrainian children

UN urges Russia to end forcible transfer of Ukrainian children

UN experts investigate 58 cyberattacks worth $3 bln by North Korea

North Korea has long been banned from conducting nuclear tests and ballistic missile launches

UN chief slams two 'horrific' explosions in Pishin, Qila Saifullah on polls' eve

The Secretary-General wants to emphasize the right of Pakistanis to participate in elections.

At UN, speakers highlight unresolved Kashmir, Palestine issues at Pak-sponsored event

Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Munir Akram presided over the meeting.

Norway 'reasonably optimistic' to get back on track

Norway 'reasonably optimistic' to get back on track

Guterres: UN to punish staffers involved in 'terror,' urges UNRWA funding

Guterres implored governments to continue supporting the UN refugee agency for Palestinians

Why countries pause funding for UN refugee agency in Gaza?

Why countries pause funding for UN refugee agency in Gaza?

Mali junta eyes new peace talks after ending accord with separatists

Mali junta eyes new peace talks after ending accord with separatists

China undergoes scrutiny of rights record at UN meeting

China undergoes scrutiny of rights record at UN meeting

UN racism rapporteur criticises France's contested immigration bill

UN racism rapporteur criticises France's contested immigration bill

Ethiopians celebrate 'Timket' festival that marks Jesus' baptism

The annual festival is recognised by UNESCO as an important intangible cultural heritage

Ethnic killings in one Sudan city left up to 15,000 dead: UN report

The war has left nearly half of Sudan's 49 million people needing aid

UN chief 'deeply concerned' over Iran's missile attack on Pakistan, urges restraint: Spokesperson

Guterres strongly calls for restraint and avoidance of further escalation amid increasing tensions.

Agencies consider new aid route into Sudan as humanitarian crisis worsens

More than 7.5 million people have fled their homes

All UN peacekeepers to leave Congo by end of 2024

About 2,000 UN troops will leave in the first phase of the withdrawal.

Renewable energy growth must accelerate to reach 2030 goal

Renewable energy growth must accelerate to reach 2030 goal

PM directs envoy to often highlight Pakistan's position on Kashmir issue at UN

PM directs envoy to often highlight Pakistan’s position on Kashmir issue at UN

UN peacekeeping mission in Mali completes its withdrawal

Violence in Mali has spiked since June

UN pulls peacekeeping force out of Timbuktu early amid insecurity in Mali

UN pulls peacekeeping force out of Timbuktu early amid insecurity in Mali

Russia's air assault on Ukraine draws criticism at UN Security Council meeting

Russian strikes across Ukraine on Friday killed 31 civilians

UN's WFP temporarily suspends food assistance in parts of Sudan

Around 300,000 people have fled Gezira in a matter of days

Israel orders more evacuations in Khan Younis after US blocks Gaza ceasefire call

Israel orders more evacuations in Khan Younis after US blocks Gaza ceasefire call

The UN Security Council needs to be reformed: Erdogan

The UN Security Council needs to be reformed: Erdogan

Activists stage rare UAE politics protest during COP28 climate

Activists stage rare UAE politics protest during COP28 climate

UN, US slap sanctions on four Haiti gang leaders

The US Treasury Department earlier announced fresh sanctions against the same four individuals

UN council delays vote on demand for Gaza humanitarian ceasefire

UN council delays vote on demand for Gaza humanitarian ceasefire

Iftar is now Unesco's cultural heritage

Unesco included Iftar on its list of intangible cultural heritage

Irony is dead: A record 2,500 fossil fuel lobbyists at COP28 talks

France, Italy, EU among those including oil giants among their delegations

Int'l Day of Persons with Disabilities being observed today

The day aims to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities

UN Security Council lifts arms embargo on Somalia government

UN Security Council lifts arms embargo on Somalia government

UN chief says Gaza in midst of 'epic humanitarian catastrophe'

UN chief says Gaza in midst of 'epic humanitarian catastrophe'

AIDS response 'under threat'

AIDS response 'under threat'

Argentina drops bid for key UNESCO post after controversy

Argentina drops bid for key UNESCO post after controversy

Climate crisis is a health crisis: WHO's Vanessa Kerry

Climate crisis is a health crisis: WHO's Vanessa Kerry

President stresses need to improve children's lives in Pakistan

Stunting, malnutrition, lack of access to quality education, healthcare are issues: Alvi

Tired of being littered around you? UN still in debate phase for a global plastic treaty

Oil and petrochemical exporters like Saudi Arabia are among those opposing binding provisions

UN warns violence in Sudan 'verging on pure evil'

War erupted on April 15 between the Sudanese army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces

Pakistan striving for accomplishment of SDG-4, edu minister tells Unesco moot

Pakistan striving for accomplishment of SDG-4, edu minister tells Unesco moot

UN-led GCF endorses $200 worth projects in Pakistan

UN-led GCF endorses $200 worth projects in Pakistan

UN chief says Gaza becoming 'graveyard for children', calls for urgent ceasefire

UN chief says Gaza becoming 'graveyard for children', calls for urgent ceasefire

Palestinian activist Tamimi arrested for 'inciting terror'

Palestinian activist Tamimi arrested for 'inciting terror'

Palestinian president presses US to secure Gaza ceasefire

Palestinian president presses US to secure Gaza ceasefire

Israeli strike on school; Blinken to meet Arab leaders

Israeli strike on school; Blinken to meet Arab leaders

UN panel adopts four Pakistani resolutions aimed at underpinning regional, world peace

Earlier, Pakistan’s resolution on negative security assurances was adopted by 117 votes in favour.

Israeli PM hails advance into Gaza City as UN team talks of 'grave risk of genocide'

Israeli PM hails advance into Gaza City as UN team talks of 'grave risk of genocide'

UK PM Sunak to lead AI summit

UK PM Sunak to lead AI summit

Palestine Martyrs' Day to be observed on Friday: Tahir Ashrafi

United Nations must play its role in achieving a ceasefire: PM's special representative

UN chief surprised by escalation of Israel's bombardment, calls for humanitarian ceasefire

UN chief surprised by escalation of Israel's bombardment, calls for humanitarian ceasefire

At UNGA, Pakistan calls for an end to war, killings in Gaza

Munir Akram said we are witnessing a human tragedy of epic proportions unfold in front of our eyes.

UN creates advisory body to address AI related issues

UN creates advisory body to address AI related issues

Israeli soldiers skirmish with Hamas inside Gaza amid relentless air strikes

Israeli soldiers skirmish with Hamas inside Gaza amid relentless air strikes

India suppressing freedom struggle in Kashmir, Pakistan tells UNSC

India suppressing freedom struggle in Kashmir, Pakistan tells UNSC

UN agencies welcome aid convoys' entry into besieged Gaza

UN agencies welcome aid convoys’ entry into besieged Gaza

Scientists test Fukushima fish after nuclear plant water release

Scientists test Fukushima fish after nuclear plant water release

Pakistan to dispatch humanitarian assistance to crisis-hit Gaza

Pakistan to dispatch humanitarian assistance to crisis-hit Gaza

UN aid chief heads for Middle East to help Gaza aid talks

Griffiths says that his office was in "deep discussions" with Israel, Egypt and others

President Alvi urges UN, OIC to act amid concerns of 'genocide' by Israel

President Alvi urges UN, OIC to act amid concerns of 'genocide' by Israel

Year 2023 shattered record temperature, drought, fire and floods: UN chief

Year 2023 shattered record temperature, drought, fire and floods: UN chief

Aid agencies call for urgent funds in aftermath of deadly Afghan earthquakes

Aid agencies call for urgent funds in aftermath of deadly Afghan earthquakes

Niger junta orders top UN official to leave the country

The junta has also kicked out French troops and the French ambassador

UN approves second malaria vaccine, experts question its efficiency

U.N. health agency was approving the new malaria vaccine based on the advice of two expert groups

6,715 lives lost, 158,867 injured in Palestine-Israel conflict

6,715 lives lost, 158,867 injured in Palestine-Israel conflict

UN chief 'deeply distressed' by planned Israeli siege of Gaza

UN chief 'deeply distressed' by planned Israeli siege of Gaza

Russian lawmakers given 10 days to study revoking nuclear test ban treaty ratification

Russian lawmakers given 10 days to study revoking nuclear test ban treaty ratification

UN Security Council to meet Sunday over attacks on Israel

UN Security Council to meet Sunday over attacks on Israel

UN agencies all ready to support Pakistan in managing Afghan refugees

Pakistan has hosted the largest number of Afghan refugees since the Soviet invasion of Kabul in 1979

Rights team to investigate Hroza attack: Ukraine

Rights team to investigate Hroza attack: Ukraine

UN, Red Cross call for restrictions on 'killer robots' to protect humanity

UN, Red Cross call for restrictions on ‘killer robots’ to protect humanity

UN warns global economic growth on verge of stalling

UN warns global economic growth on verge of stalling

Coronavirus, floods impeded SDGs realisation by Pakistan, envoy tells UN

Coronavirus, floods impeded SDGs realisation by Pakistan, envoy tells UN

Pakistan pushes for defeating terrorism by settling all territorial disputes

Pakistan pushes for defeating terrorism by settling all territorial disputes

Pakistan calls India's occupation of Kashmir 'worst manifestation' of colonialism

Pakistan has called on the U.N. to push for a peaceful settlement of the lingering Kashmir dispute.

UN chief spotlights older persons' invaluable knowledge, experience on int'l day

UN chief spotlights older persons’ invaluable knowledge, experience on int’l day

UN adopts new global rules to reduce chemicals harm

UN adopts new global rules to reduce chemicals harm

UN mission arrives in Nagorno-Karabakh for first visit in 30 years

UN mission arrives in Nagorno-Karabakh for first visit in 30 years

UN SC condemns suicide attacks in Mastung, Hangu

The members of the council expressed their deepest sympathy and condolences to families of victims

Right to information still an 'empty promise' for billions: UN expert

Right to information still an ‘empty promise’ for billions: UN expert

Social development hard to come by sans int'l financial reforms: envoy Akram

Social development hard to come by sans int'l financial reforms: envoy Akram

UN refugee agency readying for up to 120,000 refugees in Armenia

Nearly a third of the refugees are children

Israeli settlements 'systematically erode' viability of Palestinian state, says UN envoy

Israeli settlements ‘systematically erode’ viability of Palestinian state, says UN envoy

Pakistan floods a 'litmus test' for climate justice, says Guterres

US chief said Pakistan needs and deserves massive support from the international community,

UN peace envoy, Egypt working to restore calm along Gaza fence

UN peace envoy, Egypt working to restore calm along Gaza fence

UN body questions French move to bar its athletes from wearing hijab at Paris 2024

UN body questions French move to bar its athletes from wearing hijab at Paris 2024

UK home secretary to call for changes to UN refugee rules

UK home secretary to call for changes to UN refugee rules

France pledges $150 million to UN's IFAD fund for rural areas

France pledges $150 million to UN's IFAD fund for rural areas

Unsound chemicals, wastes management fueling global toxic emergency: UN experts

Unsound chemicals, wastes management fueling global toxic emergency: UN experts

PM Kakar wraps up UN visit, is on his way back home

PM Kakar wraps up UN visit, is on his way back home

At UN, world leaders commit to new targets to end TB by 2030

At UN, world leaders commit to new targets to end TB by 2030

Mushaal lauds PM Kakar for championing Kashmir cause at UNGA

Mushaal lauds PM Kakar for championing Kashmir cause at UNGA

Britain uses UN speech to show that it wants to be a leader on how the world handles AI

Britain uses UN speech to show that it wants to be a leader on how the world handles AI

PM Kakar issues call to address all forms of terrorism, including Hindutva at UNGA

PM Kakar issues call to address all forms of terrorism, including Hindutva at UNGA

US pledges new aid for Haiti

US pledges new aid for Haiti

WHO hails world leaders 'historic' commitment to fight future pandemics

WHO hails world leaders ‘historic’ commitment to fight future pandemics

UN chief laments 'naked greed' of fossil fuel interests

Kenyan president for universal tax on fossil fuel trades, financial transactions

At UN Security Council, Zelenskiy justifies support for Ukraine as defense of UN Charter

At UN Security Council, Zelenskiy justifies support for Ukraine as defense of UN Charter

Dozens of nations to sign UN ocean treaty

Dozens of nations to sign UN ocean treaty

UN chief calls for global plan to rescue SDGs

UN chief calls for global plan to rescue SDGs

Pakistan questions India's role as credible global partner after Sikh leader's murder in Canada

FO calls India’s extrajudicial killing on Canadian soil a violation of international laws

UNGA: End wars, focus on climate change instead -Colombia's Petro

UNGA: End wars, focus on climate change instead -Colombia's Petro

PM Kakar to address UNGA session on Sept 22

The ‘General Debate’ will kick off today (Tuesday) with an address from UN Secretary General.

FM urges UNAOC to play role in halting Islamophobia, bigotry, discrimination

FM Jilani underscored that religious intolerance and Islamophobia were escalating globally.

PM Kakar arrives in New York to lead Pakistan's delegation at UNGA

Prime Minister will also hold bilateral meetings with counterparts from various countries.

Fai urges world leaders at UN to push for Kashmir resolution

Fai urges world leaders at UN to push for Kashmir resolution

UN summit: Protests, week of talk turn up heat on fossil fuels, global warming

UN summit: Protests, week of talk turn up heat on fossil fuels, global warming

Kakar to join world leaders addressing poverty, inflation concerns at UNGA

PM will outline Pakistan’s perspective on a range of issues, including Kashmir dispute

Nearly 40,000 displaced in flood-hit Libya: UN agency

Nearly 40,000 displaced in flood-hit Libya: UN agency

Rescue SDGs to ensure better future for all: UN chief

Rescue SDGs to ensure better future for all: UN chief

Developing countries double down on technology at Havana summit

Developing countries double down on tech at summit

On Int'l Day of Democracy, UN chief urges youth empowerment

On Int'l Day of Democracy, UN chief urges youth empowerment

PM Kakar says situation at borders won't delay elections

Kakar reaffirms commitment to ensuring a smooth, uninterrupted electoral process

Special UN summit, protests, week of talk turn up heat on global warming

Special UN summit, protests, week of talk turn up heat on global warming

Global hunger worse today than in 2015

Global hunger worse today than in 2015

International Day of Democracy being observed today

UN designated September 15th as the International Day of Democracy in 2007

Religious hatred 'totally unacceptable', says UN chief on return from G20 summit in India

Caretaker PM Kakar will be among over 100 world leaders attending UNGA debate in New York next week

Child poverty surges as 1 in 6 live in extreme poverty worldwide: UNICEF

Child poverty surges as 1 in 6 live in extreme poverty worldwide: UNICEF

Over 100 VIPs attend UN screening of documentary on Russia's siege of Ukrainian city of Mariupol

It documents fighting in the streets and attacks that killed pregnant women and children

UN rights chief slams repression politics, highlights freedom-development link

UN rights chief slams repression politics, highlights freedom-development link

UN warns world will miss climate targets unless fossil fuels phased out

UN warns world will miss climate targets unless fossil fuels phased out

UN expects 1.8 mln people to flee Sudan by year-end

More than 1 million people have fled Sudan to neighbouring states

COAS Munir calls upon UN to resolve Kashmir issue

General Munir also expressed Pakistan's passion for a peaceful and prosperous region

Brazil's Lula to discuss changes to UN Security Council with US' Biden

Brazil's Lula to discuss changes to UN Security Council with US' Biden

After Wagner head death, Russia to keep helping Mali

After Wagner head death, Russia to keep helping Mali

UN aid chief warns of regional catastrophe as Sudan violence spreads

Hundreds of thousands of children are severely malnourished

UN Libya envoy urges 'unified government' for election in apparent shift

UN Libya envoy urges 'unified government' for election in apparent shift

AI unlikely to destroy most jobs, but clerical workers at risk, ILO says

AI unlikely to destroy most jobs, but clerical workers at risk, ILO says

UN suspends services in Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon after fatal clashes

Some 400,000 refugees live in Lebanon's 12 Palestinian camps

UN force leaves base in northern Mali early due to insecurity

UN force leaves base in northern Mali early due to insecurity

UN security staff released in Yemen after 18 months in captivity

The U.N. staff were kidnapped in Yemen's southern region of Abyan on Feb. 11, 2022 by Al Qaeda

UN aid set to resume to NW Syria after 'understanding' with Damascus

UN aid set to resume to NW Syria after 'understanding' with Damascus

UN marks World Breastfeeding Week focusing on health of mother and child

The health benefits of breastfeeding are based on scientific fact and are well documented

UN chief strongly condemns Bajaur terrorist attack

The Secretary-General extended his heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims.

World Day against Trafficking in Persons to be observed today

Millions of people are victims of human trafficking and almost one-third are children

World observing international day of friendship today

Friendship Day is observed on July 30 every year

UN report notes TTP are getting stronger under Afghan Taliban

Mentions close cooperation among different terror groups, including al Qaeda

Pakistan calls for Israel to be held accountable for its 'crimes' in occupied Palestine

Pakistani envoy said that rule of law can be upheld only if it is applied universally, consistently

July 2023 set to be world's hottest month on record

July 2023 is estimated to be roughly 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 F) above the pre-industrial mean

Putin promises African leaders free grain despite 'hypocritical' Western sanctions

Putin promises African leaders free grain despite 'hypocritical' Western sanctions

UN starts removing oil from decaying tanker near Yemen in Red Sea

UN starts removing oil from decaying tanker near Yemen in Red Sea

Billions of people are paying the price of broken global food systems: Guterres

FAO for radical transformation in how food is produced, processed, traded and consumed

UN chief urges Russia to return to Black Sea deal

UN chief urges Russia to return to Black Sea deal

UN remembers seven Pakistanis among others died in line of duty last year

The Pakistani peacekeepers got martyred in a helicopter crash while serving in Congo

OIC delegation meets UN Chief to press for action against desecration of Holy Quran

The Secretary-General expressed solidarity with Muslim community, condemning acts of Islamophobia

'Many may die' warns UN after end of Black Sea grain deal

'Many may die' warns UN after end of Black Sea grain deal

UN Security Council meets for first time on AI risks

UN Secretary General Guterres backs calls by some states for the creation of a new U.N. body

Pakistan denounces UN report on conflict-related sexual violence

The report was criticised for non-inclusion of Indian, Israeli atrocities

AIDS can be ended by 2030 with investments in prevention and treatment, UN says

Last year, 1.3M people were infected with HIV and 630,000 died from AIDS-related illnesses

In rare UN appearance, North Korea defends missile launch

North Korea has been under U.N. sanctions for its missile and nuclear programs since 2006

North Korea says longest test launch was latest Hwasong-18 ICBM

The United Nations Security Council will meet publicly today to discuss the missile launch

UN asks Putin to extend Black Sea grain deal in return for SWIFT access –sources

Guterres in a letter to Putin proposed way forward to further facilitate food and fertilizer exports