"If the world wants to see less humanitarian suffering, you have to deal with the causes of that suffering," Mark Lowcock said.
The U.N. called on "all actors in the current crisis to ensure that international human rights norms and standards are respected."
"The virus is moving faster than the global (vaccine) distribution," Tedros said. He called for political leaders to commit to immunizing at least 70% of the world's population by the time of next year's G7 meeting.
"At this stage, the agency has no indication that a radiological incident occurred," the International Atomic Energy Agency said.
"Iran has paid the minimum amount due," U.N. spokesman Farhan Haq said on Friday, according to Reuters.
The U.N. council meeting came just ahead of the summit of the Group of Seven major industrialized nations—which Russia was ousted from in 2014—and next week's first meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Navalny was given the award for his "extraordinary courage and heroic efforts to sound the alarm about the Putin regime's grave violations of the human rights of the Russian people," the executive director of UN Watch said.
Mladic, who was known as the "Butcher of Bosnia" while a military general, is the final major official from the war to be brought to justice. Mladic directed soldiers to commit brutal acts such as ethnic cleansing and more than 100,000 died during the war as a result.
"We want the U.N. to bring food to starving children and protection to homeless families. We want the U.N. to be able to deliver vaccines in the middle of a global pandemic," U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield said.
The head of the international chemical weapons watchdog reported that out of 77 allegations against Syria making or using chemical weapons, 17 of those cases were likely. Russia claimed factual and technical errors and acting under pressure from Western nations.
UNRWA pointed to media reports that "Palestinian factions" were targeting Matthias Schmale and his deputy, but did not say it had received a formal threat.
Delegations from Russia, China, Germany, France, Britain, Iran and the U.S. will return to their home countries to brief their governments before reconvening in Vienna next week.
The International Atomic Energy Agency's report on Iran said that the agency has "not had access to the data from its online enrichment monitors and electronic seals, or had access to the measurement recordings registered by its installed measurement devices."
U.N. rights chief Michelle Bachelet said that rockets are indiscriminate between military and civilians and that their use "constitutes a clear violation of international humanitarian law." Israel's ambassador countered by saying Hamas' use of rockets "constitutes a war crime."
Israel's U.N. ambassador said if the U.N. "strengthens Hamas, it will make the possibility of Hamas replacing the Palestinian Authority much more likely and eliminate the chance of future dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians."
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan criticized the United Nations' hypocrisy and questioned whether they would have asked the Allied forces to show restraint against Hitler.
"When there is a shooting war where innocent kids on both sides are being killed, we always aggressively ask for a cease-fire," Kaine said.
Zhang Jun, China's permanent representative to the U.N., said Sunday that Beijing is "very much concerned about the alarming, worrisome situation in the occupied territory of Palestine."
Human rights groups, along with Western nations, accused China during a virtual meeting on Wednesday of crimes against the Uyghur community and demanded they give U.N. experts unimpeded access.
American politicians have ignored domestic mass shootings and skyrocketing income inequality, the Chinese Communist Party's official media outlet wrote Monday.
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The Biden administration criticized Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels after they refused to meet with U.N. special envoy Martin Griffiths.
During talks with the UN Security Council on Friday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed human rights and global cooperation. "Now, some question whether multilateral cooperation is still possible," he told the council. "The United States believes it is not only possible, it is imperative."
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has contradicted himself just eight months after he reaffirmed the Hague ruling in a speech at the United Nations.
The service problems occurred during a particularly violent day of protests.