Top Stories

United Nations

Result: 1- 8 out of 674 Article found
cool home, beat summer, summer, stay cool, light colors, pleasant planters, cool home, minimise light, cut clitter, light fabrics

2015 set to be hottest year on record: United Nations

The WMO said data from the first 10 months of the year suggested temperatures over land and sea would tick in at their highest level ever measured this year, after already reaching record highs in 2014.

share the meal, UN share the meal app, UN app, UN food donation app, WFP app, app reviews, new apps, app news, tech news, technology news, UN share the meal, united nations, united nations app,

Share The Meal: UN’s new smartphone app to fight global hunger

The United Nations World Food Programme launched a new app ‘Share The Meal’ to feed Syrian refugee children in Jordan.

Islamic State, Lashkar-e-Taiba, LeT, IS attacks, LeT india, Indian Army IS, Indian Army LeT, Nation news, india news

UN calls the world to unite against the Islamic State

The resolution’s text calls on nations “with the capacity to do so” to “take all necessary measures” to “redouble and coordinate their efforts to prevent and suppress terrorist acts” committed by IS, or ISIS.


End Syrian war and aid millions who need help: UN aid chief

The UN has received just $3.4 billion of the $8.4 billion humanitarian appeal for Syria this year — below last year’s level, the statement said.

John Kerry, United Nations, UN, john kerry UN, UN two-state solution, Israel, Jewish democracy, jews, israel jews, world news

John Kerry tells UN two-state solution ‘not impossible dream’

“The Zionist dream embraces the concept of Israel as a Jewish democracy, a beacon of light to all nations,” Kerry told the event on Wednesday.


Despite genocide warnings, Burundi says it’s ‘not in flames’

Burundian security forces are conducting door-to-door searches in volatile neighborhoods seen as opposition strongholds.

climate change, global warming, world climate change, global warming effects, global warming crop loss, climate change news, global warming news, world news, global warming study, climate change study

National pledges ‘far from enough’ to halt global warming: UN

Countries have made “an historic level of commitment” with their pledges, UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner said in a statement.

north korea, north korea new time, korea time zone, north korea time zone, time zone, pyongyang time, north korea pyongyang time, north korea time zone, new north korea time zone, japan, south korea, park chung hee, world news

UN draft resolution asks UN to refer North Korea to ICC

The draft strongly urges North Korea’s government to immediately end human rights violations, close prison camps and tackle the root causes leading to people fleeing the country.

yemen, yemen pm, yemen pm Khaled Bahah, yemen blast, yemen blast bahah, bahah hotel, bahah hotel blast, bahah aden hotel, yemen latest news

UN says Saudi charity will provide aid money for Yemen

Stephen O’Brien told a news conference Monday the cash is already flowing and he expects the ninth and final agreement with the King Salman Centre for Relief and Humanitarian Aid to be signed in the coming days.

Pakistan loses UN human rights council election

UN says it mistakenly sent expired biscuits to Syrians

A total of 320 out of 650 boxes of high energy biscuits sent as part of a relief convoy earlier this month had expired a month earlier

UN day, united nations, UN blue, UN lights blue, UN day news, united nations day, #UNBlue, world news, international news, latest news

Over 200 landmarks to light up blue on UN’s 70th anniversary

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed hope that “by turning the world UN blue for a day, we can light a way to a better tomorrow.”

Pakistan loses UN human rights council election

Egypt, Japan, Ukraine elected as non-permanent UNSC members

The new members, elected in one round of voting here on Thursday, will serve until December 31, 2017.

india, pakistan, india united nations, pakistan, pakstan united nations, kashmir, jammu and kashmir, kashmir news, united news, abhishek singh, news, latest news

Pakistan raising Kashmir issue at UN is ‘clear interference in internal affairs’: India

India also asserted that Kashmir is, has always been and will remain an integral part of India.

Pakistan loses UN human rights council election

India hits out at UN Security Council over lack of transparency in peacekeeping operations

“We are dismayed at the opaque manner in which the Security Council continues mandate peace operations, without any accountability or transparency,” India’s Permanent Representative to the UN said.

Habitat III, United Nations, urban development, UN Habitat III, National Report Habitat III,

India’s concerns at Habitat III

Planners say that how India handles its urbanisation would affect global averages of development indicators