The UN Security Council on Monday vowed to push all countries to tighten sanctions against North Korea as it prepared for a closed-door meeting called in response to the latest missile launch. In a unanimous statement backed by the North's...Show More Summary
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Security Council strongly condemned North Korea's "flagrant and provocative defiance" of U.N. sanctions banning ballistic missile tests on Monday and again vowed to impose new sanctions in response to its latest launch.
The United Nations Security Council is holding an emergency meeting as World War 3 tensions are escalating. North Korea’s latest missile testing has got the entire world worried over the plan ahead to avoid a nuclear war. According to...Show More Summary
Jan Kubis tells UN Security Council armed group will soon be defeated but continues to use civilians as human shields.
The United Nations Security Council will hold a closed-door session Tuesday to discuss the latest missile test.
Despite little progress in the latest round of Syrian peace talks, negotiations are set to resume in June, the UN envoy said Monday. Staffan de Mistura told the Security Council that "important gaps remain between the parties on major issues" following the sixth round in Geneva held last week. Show More Summary
France's U.N. ambassador is calling North Korea's latest missile test "another unacceptable provocation" that demands "a swift and firm reaction" from the Security Council. Francois Delattre told reporters Monday that … Click to Continue »
U.N. diplomats say the Security Council will hold urgent consultations on the latest North Korea missile test. The council diplomats say the closed discussion was requested by the United States, … Click to Continue »
Just over one-third of the 4,050 municipal police officers in Guerrero have failed their trustworthiness and evaluation tests, says the executive secretary of the State Public Security Council. Release of the information follows an FULL STORY The post In Guerrero, one-third of cops fail the grade appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Russian authorities control the situation in the country and will not allow a ‘color revolution’ scenario planned by foreign special services, says Secretary of the Security Council Nikolay Patrushev. Read Full Article at RT.com
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National Security Council officials have strategically included Trump’s name in “as many paragraphs as we can because he keeps reading if he’s mentioned,” according to one source, who relayed conversations he had with NSC officials.Show More Summary
Donald Trump can only stay focused on intelligence reports if his name is in them, according to officials close to him. National Security Council officials make sure "as many paragraphs as we can because he keeps reading if he's mentioned", they told Reuters. Show More Summary
The United States called Wednesday’s first-ever U.N. Security Council consultations on Venezuela because the crisis is getting worse and the Trump administration wants to prevent another conflict like Syria, North Korea or South Sudan, U.S. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump's deputy national security adviser, K.T. McFarland, told Business Insider that her new role in the administration, which comes amid reports that she was ousted from the National Security Council, is, in fact, a...Show More Summary
National Security Council officials have apparently learned that Donald Trump is likely to stop reading important materials unless he sees his name.
No one person turned the tide in the fight against HIV/AIDS, but Richard Holbrooke—former US ambassador to the UN and president of the Security Council—was an instrumental part of saving millions of lives from the disease. In 2000, Holbrooke—having visited places like Cambodia and Namibia—was convinced...
The United Nations Security Council is due to meet behind closed doors on the crisis Wednesday.
The deputy head of Russia’s Security Council has said certain non-government organizations are continuing in their attempts to destabilize the country, adding that foreign-based groups were especially relentless in pursuing this goal. Read Full Article at RT.com