Arab ground forces may be needed in the next phase of a Saudi-led operation against Iranian-allied Houthi fighters in Yemen, Yemeni Foreign Minister Riyadh Yaseen said on Saturday.
Asked at an Arab League summit in Egypt whether g
Focusing on a few global UN targets for 2030, such as cutting child malnutrition or phasing out fossil fuel subsidies, will give better value for money than a scattergun list, an expert panel said on Thursday.
The group, comprisin
One in 10 world inhabitants do not have access to an improved water source, said a startling report on the eve of the World Water Day, which is celebrated on March 22 every year.
Nowadays, 750 million people live with a majo
Major world powers have begun talks about a United Nations Security Council resolution to lift UN sanctions on Iran if a nuclear agreement is struck with Tehran, a step that could make it harder for the US Congress to undo a deal, Western offici
Bahrain's huge strides in safeguarding human rights in the face of extreme challenges, were highlighted at the UN in Geneva yesterday (March 4).
It took part in the 28th session of the Human Rights Council at the Palais des Na
The UN has chosen Bahrain to be a centre for the International Academy for training.
The first workshop of the centre was 'Enhancing the Quality of Industrial policies', which was held yesterday (March 1) under the patron
Libyan authorities are unable to halt the illicit trade in oil or the flow of weapons in and out of the country, and they need an international maritime force to help, United Nations sanctions monitors said in a new report.
An international team of United Nations human and animal health experts has flown to Saudi Arabia to investigate a recent surge in cases of a deadly virus known as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or Mers.
Speaking from Riyadh on
The United Nations warned that Yemen is "collapsing before our eyes", on the brink of civil war and prime for Al Qaeda militants to grow stronger in the country as talks on a political settlement continue.
Al Qaeda and o
Business jets, which mostly carry the rich and powerful, should not be subject to a United Nations proposal to require plane makers to install costly equipment that would better track aircraft, an industry group said on Tuesday.