It’s Day 6 of the U.N. General Assembly high-level meeting that brings world leaders together at U.N. headquarters in New York.
As asylum-seekers stream in to New York City, officials have scrambled to open new emergency shelters.
More badly needed humanitarian aid was on its way to the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh via both Azerbaijan and Armenia.
California’s Democratic governor has vetoed a bill that would have required human drivers to be on board self-driving trucks.
The U.S. ambassador to Canada has said that information shared from members of an intelligence-sharing alliance was part of what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used to make public allegations of the Indian government’s possible involvement in the assassination a Sikh Canadian.
Security researchers say a leading Egyptian opposition politician was targeted with Predator spyware after announcing a president bid.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is further tightening shelter rules by limiting adult migrants to just 30 days in city-run facilities.
Israel says it has unleashed airstrikes targeting a militant site in Gaza for the second time in as many days.
The White House says President Joe Biden has gotten the updated COVID-19 vaccine and the annual flu shot. The White House physician, Dr.
At the U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York, African leaders are relaying a unanimous message, that their continent of more than 1.3 billion people is done being a “victim” of a post-world war order and must be recognized and partnered with as a global power in itself.
The landmark Washington National Cathedral has unveiled new stained-glass windows with a theme of racial justice.
Russia’s top diplomat is lashing out at the U.S. and the West as self-interested defenders of a fading international power structure.
In the walled-off compound of the UN at the easternmost end of Manhattan sits a quiet patch of wooded land.
The Lebanese army says troops fired tear gas at Israeli soldiers in a disputed area along the tense border. No one was reported hurt.
An explosives-laden vehicle has detonated at a security checkpoint in the central Somalia city of Beledweyne.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced several support measures for Ukraine including military, economic and humanitarian assistance.
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni says recent airstrikes against rebels with ties to the Islamic State group in eastern Congo have killed “a lot” of the militants, possibly including a notorious bomb maker.
Russia says Ukraine has launched another missile attack on Sevastopol on the occupied Crimean Peninsula.
The military government that seized power in Niger has accused United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of “obstructing” the West African nation’s full participation at the U.N.
The Lebanese army and the country’s civil defense have recused 27 migrants whose boat was sinking off the coast of north Lebanon.
Pope Francis is challenging French President Emmanuel Macron and other European leaders to open their ports to people fleeing hardship and poverty.
Pakistan’s interim prime minister says he expects elections to take place in the new year, dismissing the possibility that the country’s powerful military would manipulate the results to ensure that jailed former premier Imran Khan’s party doesn’t win.
The shocking allegation that India may have been behind the assassination of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada is shining the light on various layers of activism as well as diverse views on a separate Sikh state or Khalistan within the North American diaspora.
The Biden administration’s grant of temporary legal status to nearly 500,000 Venezuelans already in the United States may complicate its messaging abroad.
The sweeping bribery case brought against U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez includes allegations that he took cash and gold in exchange for interfering in a criminal case against a New Jersey real estate developer.
At the annual meeting of world leaders last year, the United Nations chief sounded a global alarm about the survival of humanity and the planet.
A month after Yevgeny Prigozhin was killed in a suspicious plane crash, the Kremlin seems to be succeeding in keeping the demise of the profane and outspoken Wagner chief as low-key as possible.
Once rock-solid, the support Ukraine has received from its biggest backers for its defense against Russia is showing cracks.
Britain is pitching itself to the world as a ready leader in shaping an international response to the rise of artificial intelligence.
It’s Day 5 of the U.N. General Assembly high-level meeting that brings world leaders together at U.N. headquarters in New York.