The explosive data dump comes as the U.N.'s top human rights official makes a six-day trip to China to visit regions including Xinjiang.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's warning came as Russia sold missiles with nuclear capabilities to his country.
"The aggressive war unleashed by Putin...is not only a crime against the Ukrainian people... but also the most serious crime against the people of Russia."
Ala Stoyanova, the deputy governor of Odessa, said Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin is "blackmailing the world" by blocking Ukraine's ports.
"These biased investigations cannot deny the fact that a crime against humanity has occurred in Baghuz," Syria's United Nations mission told Newsweek.
The Azovstal steel plant where Ukrainian soldiers have been holed up has been subjected to Russian attacks for weeks.
As Finland announced its support for joining NATO, Russia promised to take "retaliatory steps." Live updates have ended.
The World Food Programme said that the millions of tonnes of grain is stranded in Black Sea ports closed by the Ukraine war.
U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield has a wide-ranging agenda for the United Nations' top table in May, including the further isolation of Russia.
Ukraine's military staff said Russia has moved dozens of helicopters along the border.
Aleksey Zhuravlyov told Russian state TV he was glad that missiles hit the Ukrainian capital during a diplomatic visit by the U.N. secretary general.
"It's clear that the next few days and weeks could prove decisive, but the war would probably take longer," warned NATO Deputy Secretary-General, Mircea Geoană.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres toured several locations in Ukraine and called for "a thorough investigation and accountability."
The future version of Busan will mark the first floating city prototype providing a sustainable solution for coastal cities facing rising sea levels.
The Russian president's demands for a possible peace negotiation run counter to what Ukraine's leader said his country required for a deal.
The U.N. Human Rights Office has been seeking "meaningful access" to China's Xinjiang region over the past year.
The story of Musk offering $6 billion to the U.N. World Food Programme to help feed 42 million starving people has suddenly reemerged on social media.
A bipartisan group of 17 members of Congress is calling on the U.S to send help to Ukraine's strained healthcare system.
One of the Russian panelists said that New York City would be "completely gone with one rocket."
"We are increasingly hearing of rape and sexual violence," U.N. Women Executive Director Sima Bahous said during a U.N. Security Council meeting on Monday.
Russia has revoked the registration of over a dozen human rights groups over "violations" of Russian law.
On Thursday, 93 nations voted in favor of suspending Russia from the U.N. Human Rights Council. China and 23 other nations voted against the suspension.
The more we allow Russia to participate as an equal partner in important global institutions, the more we degrade and devalue them and the more we are complicit in Russia's crimes.
More than half of the estimated 259 million children who were not enrolled in classes before the pandemic began were boys, researchers said.
The resolution to suspend Russia from the U.N. Human Rights Council received 93 votes in support and 24 against with 58 countries abstaining.
The U.N.'s General Assembly approved a resolution to suspend Russia from the council.
Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service Director Sergey Naryshkin criticized what he described as a "Russophobic frenzy" in the West.
Zelensky said that the one thing that sets the Russian military apart from ISIS is that one is a member of the United Nations Security Council.