Th U.N. chief urged Arab leaders to resolve the crisis in Yemen peacefully
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday condemned what he called the 'deplorable' attack
Last year was the deadliest yet in the conflict, with at least 76,000 people - over 200 a day
Iraq’s tourism and antiquities minister, Adel Fahad al-Shershab, also called for the protection of archeological sites
Ban Ki-moon says the U.N. is working with Saudi Arabia on peace building, security and humanitarian work
Speaking at the UAE Government Summit in Dubai, Ban Ki-Moon pushed for accountability and transparency
At least 13,000 people have been killed and more than a million made forced from their homes by Boko Haram violence since 2009
Joining ICC would allow the court to prove war crimes committed in the Palestinian territories
WHO says Ebola’s death toll has risen to 7,373 among 19,031 cases known to date there
Ban Ki-moon said more must be done to counter extremism and political parties that target Muslims
U.N. talks on a new global warming pact spilled into the weekend as negotiators quarreled over what kind of information to include in plegdes
The five-member independent board will be chaired by Patrick Cammaert, a retired Dutch major general
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon toured a tunnel dug by Palestine’s Hamas group during his visit to Gaza and southern Israel, the Jerusalem ...
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon made a brief visit Tuesday to war-ravaged Gaza
The Ebola virus has already killed more than 4,000 people, most in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone
Ban Ki-moon's visit Saturday is his first to the war-torn North African oil producer
The Washington Post said at least four Western hostages including murdered U.S. journalist James Foley were waterboarded
Ban Ki-moon warned that the failure to hold a conference could jeopardize the success of the 1970 agreement
Israeli troops killed a Palestinian in the occupied West Bank during a raid on his house near Nablus
Fabius scheduled to fly to Erbil following talks with Iraqi foreign minister in Baghdad
Pro-Palestinian marches have been held in Britain, Germany, France, the Netherlands and elsewhere
The humanitarian ceasefire between Israeli forces and Palestinian militant group Hamas was originally intended to last for 72 hours
Hundreds of Christian families fled their homes in the northern city as an ultimatum threatening their presence there expired
‘The situation is intolerable,’ the Palestinian President said in a televised speech from Qatar, describing the Israeli attacks as ‘crimes against humanity.’
On day 12 of Israel’s major operation on the Gaza Strip, death toll reached to 337 people killed
Ban Ki-moon will travel to the region 'to express solidarity with Israelis and Palestinians'
Ban describes the rapidly deteriorating security situation fueled by the Sunni militants as 'deeply worrisome'
Israeli air strikes on the southern and central Gaza Strip killed at least 20 people, including women and children, according to AFP
The four-page letter was obtained exclusively by Al Arabiya News Channel and shows Baghdad’s increasing concerns about the insurgency
Prince Zeid will replace U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay
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