At least 34 Libyan fighters killed and more than 180 wounded as forces close in on ISIS militants.
Pyongyang has warned against a U.S.-South Korea military drill.
Philippines president threatens to leave the UN after it condemns the extra-judicial killings of drug suspects.
The U.N. has accepted partial responsibility in Haiti's 2010 cholera crisis.
The waterborne disease has killed more than 9,000 people since the earthquake in 2010.
The rampage in Juba did not see UN troops, stationed only a mile away, intervene.
The Syrian city has now been without running water for four days, according to the U.N.
The U.S. and South Korea are already in talks about a missile defence deployment.
Twenty-one years after the genocide, 127 newly found victims were buried Monday.
Rival brigades fighting for Sirte are unlikely to compromise or remain unified even if ISIS are ousted.
Pyongyang was not pleased with sanctions on leader Kim Jong-un and other officials.
"The United States have always tried to force their values on other countries," the editorial said.
The Spice Girls first hit has been given a makeover to help raise awareness about global gender inequality.
The Libyan city is ISIS's most important stronghold in the country.
If the 65.3 million people were a single population, it would be the world's 21st largest.
Ban's prepared speech appeared to praise Russia's role in "ending conflicts in Ukraine and Syria."
The site is the source of plutonium for the country's nuclear weapons program.
The Damascus suburb of Darayya has been without food aid since 2012.
Whoever is elected president will confront one of the most profound tasks of any post-war U.S. president: reimagining a threatened world order.
It is believed the weapon may have been a Musudan missile, which can reach Japan.
Al-Shabab says its fighters killed five soldiers in the clashes, a claim Nairobi denies.