More coherent and coordinated efforts needed to combat evolving threats to international peace and security, says UN chief
The world is witnessing an increase in the type of threats to international peace and security, the UN chief said today.
Rohingya refugees more vulnerable as cooler temperatures arrive: UNHCR
Aid resumes to Rohingya in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State
Food aid deliveries have resumed to thousands of people affected by violence in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State, the UN said on Friday.
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Helping regions in Myanmar which are wracked by conflict move away from opium production is good for the economy and will help solidify the country’s peace process.
Zeid: Myanmar refugee crisis may be genocide
Violence in Myanmar that has caused more than 625,000 people to flee to Bangladesh may amount to genocide, the UN human rights chief said on Tuesday.
Saudi-led coalition eases restrictions on humanitarian aid for Yemen
A blockade imposed on all goods entering Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition that is battling Houthi rebels for control of the country, was partially lifted over the weekend, the UN reported on Monday.
Rohingya return plan must guarantee their safety: UNHCR
As the exodus of Rohingya Muslims continues from Myanmar to Bangladesh, UN Children’s Fund UNICEF has highlighted the plight of some of the most vulnerable: heavily pregnant women, whose