While fighting has subsided in the Ukrainian port city, humanitarian agencies say they're having difficulties delivering badly needed aid.
Russian troops' ejection from the Black Sea island is of major significance, Ukraine's former defense minister told Newsweek.
Japan's Fumio Kishida and South Korea's Yoon Suk-yeol are among four leaders from the Asia-Pacific to attend the NATO summit for the first time.
Since her defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp, UN web pages referring to Heard have quietly disappeared.
Western leaders imposed severe sanctions on Russia in response to Vladimir Putin's Ukraine invasion, which began on February 24.
Israel also vigorously opposes Biden's position, which it views as hostile to Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem.
"Seeking safety is a right and it needs to be upheld for every person," Stiller said, advocating for those displaced by Russia's war.
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A number of senators intervened in the White House's plan to replace David Beasley as the head of the World Food Program.
No one expects the Human Rights Council to become a beacon of freedom and justice. Yet we should still expect the council to do its job and debate real human rights abuses, particularly the most egregious violations
Now is the moment for the international community to stand in solidarity and decisively act to protect the human rights of people in all nations, rich and poor, north and south, who are suffering the unjust impacts of fossil fuel-driven climate change.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has publicly championed the role of import substitution in lessening reliance on Western products.
Even more so than rockets, disinformation campaigns have become Hamas' greatest weapons.
Russia's ambassador to the United Nations left a meeting during criticism from the European Council's president.
Turkey began calling itself "Turkiye" in 1923, when the republic was founded and Kemal Atatürk became its first president.
Dmytro Kuleba accused Russia of playing "hunger games with the world."
In a Saturday assessment, the Institute for the Study of War said that there is "eroding military professionalism" within the leadership of Russia's forces.
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.