Türk calls for independent investigations into alleged sexual attacks during Hamas massacre
- WFP forced to pause food aid distribution across northern Yemen
- Chaotic conditions for civilians in Gaza ‘getting worse by the hour’
- Level playing field essential for human rights in sport
Gaza: Aid access to north entirely blocked amid escalating war in south
- COP28: Call to aid developing countries coping with climate shocks
- Somalia floods leave more than one million displaced
Saying nowhere is safe in Gaza is not a cliché, according to UNICEF’s James Elder, speaking to UN News from Rafah in southern Gaza.
“That’s the message we keep trying to share”, he told Reem Abaza, just hours after the pause in fighting ended between Israel and Palestinian militants.
- Gaza: Fighting resumes as pause ends
- Guterres calls for real climate leadership at COP28
- ‘Let Communities Lead’ on World AIDS Day
- WFP seeks $26 million to support Afghan returnees from Pakistan
- COP28: UN chief warns that world is on course for ‘climate collapse’
Israel-Palestine crisis: New pause in fighting extends aid relief window
- End ‘repugnant’ chemical weapons use once and for all, says UN chief
2023 is on track to be the hottest year ever and the last 10 years have proven to be the warmest decade so far. These are worrying trends that suggest increasing floods, wildfires, glacier melt and heatwaves, lie immediately ahead.
When it comes to mitigating loss and damage caused by climate change, the global response is often failing to keep pace, according to Gernot Laganda of the UN World Food Programme (WFP).
- Israel-Palestine crisis: Gaza City a ‘ghost town’, reports UN aid agency
Cost of eating healthily has risen 4.3 per cent since 2020: FAO
WHO: Europe has highest number of children with type 1 diabetes