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Presentation hosted by France is part of a process that may lead to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Ambassador Yuriy Sergeyev shares his thoughts on the latest conflict in eastern Ukraine
Children and their representatives can now file grievances directly to the world body about alleged rights violations
The emergency session came hours before a deadline for pro-Russia protesters to stand down or face Ukrainian troops
The world likely won't meet UN warming limit unless annual emissions are cut 40-70 percent by 2050
Analysis: What has the international community learned since failing Rwanda?
Reconciling Central African Republic’s fraying social relations is key to sustainable peace
Ten thousand U.N. troops and 1,800 police will take over from more than 5,000 African Union soldiers
UN says that lack of rain could add to the millions of Syrians already in need of food aid
Jason Nshimye recounts his memories of mass murders and personal endurance 20 years after the Rwandan genocide