What a spectacle! A 19-hour-long struggle, accompanied by demonstrations in front of the Chancellery in Berlin, and 500 other cities throughout Germany. But the objective was nothing less than saving the world!
North Korea has told the United Nations to cut the number of international staff it deploys in the country because the world body’s programs have failed “due to the politicization of UN assistance by hostile forces,” according to a letter seen by Reuters on Wednesday.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi appealed on Sunday for more humanitarian aid for Venezuelan refugees pouring into neighbouring countries where they are overwhelming social services and sparking local tensions.
OHCHR releases a report saying that cases of mob justice continue to be reported in the Kingdom.
This Life Cambodia (TLC) has won the global Grassroots Justice Prize, winning the public vote ahead of 200 organisations, in an announcement made at a prestigious ceremony at a United Nations event in New York on July 15.
UN hails a landmark Africa-wide free trade area accord launched at the weekend.
Cambodia’s permanent representative to the UN in Geneva slams EU allegations.
The United Nations criticized Italy on Monday for its hostility towards refugee rescue ships. The comments came amid raised tensions between Berlin and Rome regarding the detention of German Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete.
Ma joins Antonio Guterres and Melinda Gates to discuss global digital cooperation.
Environment Ministry is set to mark the day by raising awareness on air pollution.
Prime Minister Hun Sen highlights Cambodia’s achievement in ending war.
“I see few tangible improvements in the enjoyment of political rights”
China’s consent, on 1 May 2019, to designate Pakistani national, Masood Azhar, as a terrorist, under the relevant United Nations norms, fulfils a long-standing Indian demand.
“Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history,” warns a report on biodiversity, drafted for the United Nations (UN) by a group of 145 experts from across the world.
Smith urges the gov’t to ensure sustainable development projects benefit all people.
A UN delegation reviews a report on sustainable development in the Kingdom.
A United Nations delegation today met with the government to review a report on sustainable development and raise three points regarding social protection initiatives in the Kingdom.
Rhona Smith reiterates concerns over the prosecution of Kem Sokha.
The United Nations added Masood Azhar, the leader of a Pakistan-based Islamist group, to its list of global terrorists.
Big investors must compel companies to tackle modern slavery.
More than 25 political parties from Asia gathered in Colombo last weekend to exchange views on international and regional issues, with a focus on the implications of and a policy to address the issue of an increasing ageing population in Asia.
Defence Minister highlights the achievements of Cambodian troops on peacekeeping.
During his trip to the United Nations in New York, Defence Minister General Tea Banh highlighted the achievements of Cambodian troops on peacekeeping missions.
When career diplomat Benny Widyono died in his sleep in the United States on March 17, the world lost a beaut bloke, a distinguished diplomat, a United Nations governor of Siem Reap Province and an Ambassador and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps as UN Ambassador to Cambodia.
Julien Garasny, deputy head of the United Nations Office and Drugs and Crime, yesterday met Health Minister Mam Bun Heng and told him that the UN body will continue to provide technical support to ministry officials fighting drugs and help curb drug use in the Kingdom.
Japan decides not to submit to the United Nations a joint resolution condemning North Korea’s human rights abuses.
A prize-winning author, a football official and humanitarian workers perish in the crash.
N Korea warns that it is facing a food shortfall of some 1.4 million tons in 2019 and has been forced to almost halve rations.
China’s counter-terror efforts in Xinjiang should be applauded for, a senior diplomat told foreign envoys last week.
Several member states of the United Nations called for plans to ensure the safety and security of peacekeeping personnel.