A new United Nations report documents more than 200 mass grave sites where thousands of bodies lay. Victims describe the horror they endured during the 2014 ISIL attack in the region.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres issued a call to action Yemen, where the world’s worst humanitarian crisis is unfolding. Asserting that the time to act is now, he urged specific measures to stop the fighting and save lives.
The United Nations supported a new photo exhibition at the Bronx Documentary Center showing the work of late war photographers Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, who chronicled the Liberian war in 2003.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called for solidarity against anti-Semitism during an inter-faith tribute in New York’s historic Park East Synagogue, to honour victims of the mass-shooting in Pittsburgh.
On World Cities Day, meet the boy who uses his art to protect the environment.
The first global Conference on Air Pollution and Health opened in Geneva to address how to better protect communities from the effects of air pollution.
Nine persons in ten are affected by man-made pollution.
UN Humanitarian Coordinator for the occupied Palestinian territory, Jamie McGoldrick recounts his experience visiting a local children’s hospital.
Data can save lives said Amina J. Mohammed, United Nations Deputy Secretary-General at World Data Forum in Dubai.
According to a new Food and Agriculture Organization report, migrants affect agriculture and can be an economic opportunity to host communities.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres brought a message of solidarity to the people of Indonesia’s Sulawesi island following the devastation caused by an earthquake and tsunami that hit on 28 September.