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Russia Asks UN Chief to Intervene in Ukraine Grain Talks
A day earlier, Putin said on a visit to Iran that the West must remove restrictions on exports of Russian grain.
Russian UN Diplomat Quits Over ‘Bloody and Needless’ Ukraine War
"Never have I been so ashamed of my country."
'we are negotiating'
Putin Tells UN Chief Still Has 'Hope' in Ukraine Talks
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for Moscow and Kyiv to work together with the UN to set up aid and evacuation corridors in Ukraine.
UN General Assembly Suspends Russia From Human Rights Council
Of the 193 members of the assembly, 93 voted in favor of suspension as proposed by the United States.
UN Humanitarian Chief Says Bucha Investigations Are 'Next Step'
UN officials visited the Ukrainian village on Thursday, including the site of a mass grave.
‘More than symbolic’
U.S., Britain to Seek Russia's Suspension From UN Rights Council
Suspending Russia from the council would require a vote in favor by two-thirds of the UN General Assembly.
Russia Seeks UN Security Council Meeting on Bucha, Ukraine
UN authorities have yet to publicly state whether a Security Council emergency meeting will take place Monday.
Russia Accused of Causing 'Global Food Crisis' at UN
Sherman and the director of the World Food Program (WFP), David Beasley, reported that Ukraine and Russia, which are both major cereal producers, represent...
Kremlin Rejects Top UN Court's Order to Halt Ukraine Invasion
The International Court of Justice ordered Russia to “immediately suspend” its offensive that President Vladimir Putin ordered on Feb. 24.
Top UN Court to Rule on Ukraine Invasion
Experts said it was unlikely that the judges would turn down Kyiv's request, at least when it came to its urgent requests.
The Lonely Envoy: Moscow's Man at the UN Finds Himself on the Defensive
The man presiding over the august body dedicated to defending global peace was also the representative of a nuclear power now waging war against a democracy...
2.5 Million People Have Fled 'Senseless' Ukraine War: UN
The UN was planning for four million people to flee the country following the Russian invasion that began Feb 24.
UN Security Council to Meet Friday on Biological Weapons at Moscow's Request
Russia on Thursday accused the United States of funding research into the development of biological weapons in Ukraine, which Washington and Kyiv denied...
'silence the guns'
UN General Assembly Demands Russia Withdraw From Ukraine
After more than two days of extraordinary debate, 141 out of 193 United Nations member states voted for the non-binding resolution.
Top UN Court to Hold Ukraine War Hearings on March 7, 8
The ICJ, based in The Hague, does not have a mandate to bring criminal charges against individual Russian leaders behind the invasion.
defiance at the podium
Isolated Russia Defends Ukraine War at UN General Assembly
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, pleaded: "The fighting in Ukraine must stop. Enough is enough."
Russia, U.S. Clash at UN Over Ukraine Crisis as Oligarchs Threatened
Russia's envoy to the UN accused the United States of trying to "whip up hysteria" by pushing the debate.
Russia Defends Veto of UN Climate Change Resolution
Diplomats said Russia's opposition was hard to understand given that the resolution itself "was not radical."
SECURITY COUNCIL DEADLOCK
Russia Blocks Extension of UN Mission to Libya – Diplomatic Sources
Moscow, which has veto-wielding power, did not approve the language in a resolution on the withdrawal of foreign troops and mercenaries.
Russia to Invest $1M in Independent Media in Developing Countries
The investment comes amid criticisms that Russia is suppressing independent journalism with increasing frequency.
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