The United States called for a reduction in the number of UN peacekeeping troops in Mali on Wednesday, prompting a swift backlash from France and ...
Antonio Guterres said the UN needs to be nimbler and less bureaucratic
John Kerry said that the new force would help solidify a peace deal signed one year ago
Two of the men were warlords from the majority-Muslim Seleka rebellion, whose ouster in 2013 of president Bozize triggered a brutal sectarian war
The attack on the base, where nearly 48,000 people were sheltering, left at least 30 dead and 123 wounded
The UN has been in the spotlight for months over allegations of child rape and other sexual abuses by its peacekeepers
About 700 US troops participate in a UN operation established after Israel and Egypt signed a 1979 peace deal
Anthony Banbury, former head of the UN mission to combat the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, made the remarks in an op-ed column on the New York Times website
The US-drafted resolution was adopted by a vote of 14 in favor, with Egypt abstaining
Most of the allegations involved peacekeepers from the Democratic Republic of the Congo
A Syrian suspected of being among militants who kidnapped a U.N. peacekeeper in Damascus in 2013 has been arrested over the ‘war crime’
Last month, an independent review panel accused the U.N. and its agencies of grossly mishandling allegations of child sexual abuse in 2013 and 2014
The United Nations must practice what it preaches when it comes to protecting women from violence in conflict areas
The United States will send an additional 75 U.S. troops and other assets to Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula
Ban Ki-moon denounces sexual abuse in U.N. peacekeeping as a “cancer in our system”
U.N. chief said he will start to name and shame countries whose U.N. peacekeeping missions face claims of misconduct
Anders Kompass was suspended from his post as director of field operations last week after he was accused of leaking the confidential report
The official says Israel did not intend to harm U.N. forces
Mali is still recovering from a period of turmoil that began in 2012 when al-Qaeda-linked fighters seized its desert in the north
After coming under rebel attack, the first group of 35 Filipino peacekeepers was successfully escorted
A mob of South Sudanese youths attacked the U.N. base, reportedly in order to harm some ethnic minority members sheltering inside
A U.N. spokesperson said that the two detainees were of Syrian nationality, while 19 others are still being held
The assembly voted to cut the budget by 1 percent from the final spending level in 2012-2013
Seven peacekeepers were killed on Saturday in Sudan’s Darfur region, the African Union-UN Mission said, marking the worst-ever losses in the ...
Shells hit a United Nations base in Sudan’s troubled South Kordofan state on Friday, killing one peacekeeper and wounding two more, a U.N. ...
Four Filipino U.N. peacekeepers who had been seized by Syrian rebels last week were freed, the Philippines’ foreign minister said on Sunday. ...
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