Terrorist groups are exploiting all the new social media platforms and communication technologies to expand and fund their activities, according to a representative from the UN’s Counter Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED).
A vote to impose an arms embargo and targeted sanctions against South Sudan has failed to garner enough support among the 15 members of the UN
South Sudan “on a trajectory towards mass atrocities”: UN chief
“Blood money” of trafficked women now “lifeblood” sustaining terrorists
The “blood money” of women and children has become part of the “lifeblood” that sustains terrorists in places like Syria and Iraq, the UN special envoy for sexual violence in conflict has said.
Hundreds and thousands of Afghan citizens are returning home “with hope” from host countries like Pakistan and Iran, the UN special envoy for the country has said.
The international community “must not give up” on the right of both Palestine and Israel to exist as independent states, living in peace and security with their neighbours.
“Concern has only deepened” over “appalling” human rights violations carried out by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK, against its own people, the UN Security Council heard on Friday.
Lord’s Resistance Army continues to cause “unspeakable suffering”
The Lord’s Resistance Army rebel group, is continuing to cause “unspeakable suffering” for civilians in central African countries where it operates, according to the UN’s Special Representative for the region.