United Nations News
Pakistan releases US-wanted militant suspect on court order
Pakistani authorities acting on a court order have released a U.S.-wanted militant who allegedly founded a banned group linked to the 2008 Mumbai attack.
Papua New Guinea officials remove last refugees from camp
The last asylum seekers have abandoned a closed immigration camp on Papua New Guinea, ending a three-week standoff between police and hundreds of men who had been prepared to suffer squalid conditions rather than leave
Peace in Colombia fragile year after historic deal with FARC
As Colombia marks the first anniversary of peace accord signing, the hopeful mood has dimmed.
Zimbabwe asks if new leader, a Mugabe ally, can bring change
Zimbabwe asks if new leader, a Mugabe ally, can bring change; 'He has a long past'
Colombia rebels trade combat for cameras with new TV network
Nearly a year after the signing of Colombia's peace accord, a media network launched by former guerrillas is aiming to become a major news outlet
Sudan's president visits Russia, asks for protection from US
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says on a visit to Russia that his country needs protection from the U.S.
UN urges Iraq to probe troop violations during fight with IS
UN official urges Iraq to speed up probes into allegations of rights violations by security forces in fight against IS
UN chief nuke inspector: Iran complying with nuclear deal
UN chief nuke inspector says Iran is complying with nuclear deal; Trump has disagreed
Uganda's foreign minister urged to quit over alleged bribe
Uganda's foreign minister urged to quit over alleged bribe exposed in US court case
US declares 'ethnic cleansing' against Rohingya in Myanmar
The United States is declaring the ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar to be "ethnic cleansing."