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"Tired Mountain Syndrome" - North Korea's Nuclear Test Site Is Headed For A Deadly Collapse

UN Security Council sanctions aside, one of the reasons China has closed much of its border with North Korea and imposed emergency measures to monitor radiation flowing across the mountainous terrain is because the country’s scientists...Show More Summary

Haley pushes UN to follow US stance on Iran

US Ambassador Nikki Haley urged the UN Security Council on Wednesday to follow in the US footsteps and confront Iran over what she described as its "aggressive, destabilizing and unlawful behavior" in the region. The council met forShow More Summary

US urges UN to adopt Trump's comprehensive approach to Iran

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley urged the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday to adopt the Trump administration's comprehensive approach to Iran and address all aspects of its "destructive conduct" — not … Click to Continue »

UN chief wants 900 extra peacekeepers in C. Africa

Warning of a risk of ethnic cleansing, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday urged the Security Council to beef up the peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic with 900 extra troops. In a report to the council,...Show More Summary

Former UN chief Annan says Rohingya must return to Myanmar

Former UN chief Kofi Annan urged the Security Council on Friday to push for the return to Myanmar of hundreds of thousands of Muslim Rohyingas who have been driven out in an army campaign. Annan, who led an advisory commission to the...Show More Summary

Russian humanitarian missions have helped more than 100 countries, UN Security Council hears

Russia has delivered more than 650 tons of food aid to over 110 countries in the past 10 years, the country’s envoy to the United Nations has revealed. Read Full Article at

UN Security Council to hear Kofi Annan brief on Myanmar

The Security Council will on Friday hold an informal meeting on Myanmar to hear former UN chief Kofi Annan provide details of a report on the plight of Rohingya Muslims, diplomats said. More than 500,000 people, mostly Rohingyas, have...Show More Summary

UN urges compromise in divided Libya

The UN Security Council on Tuesday urged Libyans, divided with rival governments and beset by violence, to work together ahead of hoped-for elections. The 15-member council gave its full support to a plan by the new UN envoy Ghassan Salame for legislative and presidential ballots by July next year. Show More Summary

UN approves monitoring of ELN rebel cease-fire in Colombia

The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a resolution Thursday authorizing the U.N. mission in Colombia to monitor and verify the temporary cease-fire between the government and the country's last remaining … Click to Continue...

UN mission to monitor Colombia's truce with ELN

The Security Council on Thursday tasked the UN mission in Colombia with monitoring a days-old ceasefire between the Bogota government and the country's last guerrilla group, the ELN. Reached last month, the truce with the National Liberation...Show More Summary

Rohingya: US demands prosecution of Myanmar officials

US ambassador's comments to UN Security Council come as more than 50 Rohingya are missing after their boat capsized.

Preventing the Spread of the Most Dangerous Weapons

In the past several months, the world has witnessed egregious examples of countries willing to defy treaty obligations or United Nations (UN) Security Council resolutions using the most lethal weapons. In April, the Syrian regime used sarin gas on civilians.

Keeping the Peace: Vice President Pence Addresses the UN Security Council

Vice President Mike Pence addressed the UN Security Council on September 20, as part of the 72nd UN General Assembly meetings, focusing his remarks on the theme of “keeping the peace.”

UN chief to open signing for 1st nuclear ban treaty

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will open the signing ceremony for the first treaty to ban nuclear weapons and the Security Council hold a high-level meeting on its far-flung peacekeeping operations … Click to Continue »

Is North Korea in the UN? Yes, it is among most sanctioned members

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North Korea has been sanctioned by the U.N. Security Council 16 times since 2006.        

North Korea Warns More Sanctions Will Only Accelerate Its Completion Of A Nuclear Force

In the ongoing game of escalating verbal ping-pong, North Korea responded on Monday to the latest condemnation by the UN Security Council which responded to Pyongyang Friday missile launch with a harsly worded verbal rebuke, and warned...Show More Summary

CLINTON-ERA CIA CHIEF: Regime Change Through ‘Decapitation’ Would be Wrong North Korea Strategy. “Ea…

CLINTON-ERA CIA CHIEF: Regime Change Through ‘Decapitation’ Would be Wrong North Korea Strategy. “Each UN Security Council resolution levied against North Korea is an incremental improvement in weakening Kim, expert tells House.” What would we do without the experts who spent 20 years getting us into this mess?

UN may vote soon to help Iraq collect evidence against IS

The Security Council is putting the final touches on a resolution that would authorize U.N. investigators to help Iraq collect evidence to prosecute extremists from the Islamic State group for … Click to Continue »

North Korea Vows To Complete Nuke Program, Reach "Military Equilibrium" With The US

Shortly after the UN Security Council "strongly condemned" North Korea’s “highly provocative” ballistic missile launch over Japan on Friday, Kim Jong Un vowed he would complete his nation's nuclear program despite escalating international sanctions. Show More Summary

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