WHO reports progress in fight against hepatitis
A record three million people were able to obtain treatment for hepatitis C over the past two years.
“Innovative” action needed in support of the Sahel: UN chief
Failing to act in support of countries across the Sahel region and to tackle “the root causes of instability” could have serious consequences, the UN chief said on Monday.
Tuberculosis remains world’s “top infectious killer”: WHO
Women’s participation in peace talks still unusual despite landmark resolution
Having women at the negotiating table in peace processes is still unusual, the UN Security Council heard on Friday.
Eastern Ghouta situation “an outrage”: UN human rights chief
50,000 Iraqi civilians affected by fresh offensive against ISIL in Iraq: OCHA
Terrorism “on the defensive” but Syria’s “moment of truth” has arrived
Following the defeat of Daesh extremist forces in the Syrian cities of Raqqa and around Deir-ez-Zour, “terrorism is on the defensive”, but far from defeated.
UN chief appeals for solidarity with CAR
The international community has been urged by the UN Secretary-General to show solidarity with the Central African Republic (CAR) in order to rebuild the country and reduce the suffering of its people.
WHO strengthens health services in Raqqa, Syria
“Unjust” to focus blame on teachers over student performance: UNESCO