Guterres calls for calm in Ethiopia after musician’s killing sparks deadly protests
UN rights office expresses alarm at Hong Kong arrests under new security law
Price spike alert in West and Central Africa as WFP warns of massive food insecurity
If you were offered the chance to buy a stunning African artefact, apparently with the blessing of the UN, what would you do?
For many people, it’s not obvious that the Organization never endorses or validates in any way, the sale of cultural treasures from any country.
In a warning to art...
Protect ordinary Afghans ahead of peace talks, urges UN Mission chief
‘Transfats’ from processed foods may increase risk of developing ovarian cancer: UN scientists
UN’s top rights official urges Nicaragua to release political prisoners