# UN

Last year
41 migrants missing and feared dead after Mediterranean shipwreck last week
North Korea 'responds' to UN efforts to discuss detained American soldier Travis King
UN's cultural agency recommends putting Venice on heritage danger list
Russia urged to avert global food crisis at UN after pulling out of Black Sea grain deal
Sudan on brink of 'full-scale civil war', UN warns, as air raid kills 22 people
AI robots tell UN they could run the world: 'Together, we could achieve great things'
UN Security Council ends Mali peacekeeping mission at government's insistence
UN countries pledge $1.5 billion to save Sudan from humanitarian crisis
UN finds no progress on biases against women in a decade despite global rights movements
UN and AU call for calm in Senegal as violence continues after opposition leader's sentencing
WHO to expand support for farmers to grow food instead of tobacco
Fighting in Sudan has displaced more than 1.3 million people, says UN
Russia agrees two-month extension to deal allowing Ukrainian grain to be exported
UN chief slams Taliban over 'unprecedented' curbs on Afghan women's rights
Sudan conflict could force 800,000 people to flee, says UN
Close to 90 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as fears mount for current ceasefire
Tánaiste Michéal Martin has thanked "our international partners for continued support" in so far evacuating 88 Irish citizens.
Irish Embassies in Jordan, Egypt, and Cyprus are providing consular assistance to people arriving into these countries.
The British evacuation mission from Sudan has lifted 301 people to safety over four flights.
At least 12 suspected gang members stoned and burned alive in Haiti
United Nations ready for ‘heartbreaking’ decision to pull out of Afghanistan
UN demands access to Ukrainian children deported to Russia
Russia defends itself from criticism over UN Security Council presidency
Barry Andrews: Russia at the helm of the UN Security Council from today makes a mockery of it
Ukraine's foreign minister says Russia UN Security Council presidency a 'slap in the face'
UN adopts ‘historic’ resolution on legal obligations to fight climate change
Founder of girls' education project in Afghanistan arrested by Taliban authorities in Kabul
UN investigation finds migrants stuck in Libya are being tortured and forced into sex slavery
United Nations accuses both Russian and Ukrainian forces of 'summary executions' of prisoners
UN-backed inquiry accuses Russia of war crimes in Ukraine
UN talks on agreement to protect the high seas continue into the early morning
Over 100 nations, including Ireland, back Vanuatu plan to tackle climate change
UN rights committee 'seriously concerned' over children in Ireland experiencing homelessness
United Nations chief fears world is heading toward a wider war
UN chief says prospects for peace in Ukraine 'keep diminishing' as anniversary nears
Israel forces kill five Palestinians in Jericho raid according to official
Past eight years were hottest since records began, UN scientists confirm
UN urges 'impartial' probe after 28 killed in Burkina Faso
Seven people charged in Lebanon over attack that killed Private Seán Rooney last month
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UN won't halt aid to Afghanistan despite ban on women working in the country's aid sector
UN urges Taliban to end 'terrible' university ban on women
UN Security Council adopts first ever Myanmar resolution and calls for release of Aung San Suu Kyi
Iran ousted from UN women's rights body over protest crackdown