The European Union on Wednesday reiterated its opposition to European firms and citizens being caught out by US sanctions on Cuba, calling on Washington to adhere to a 1998 agreement to grant a consistent waiver for EU companies and citizens.
The United Nations children's agency said Yemen's economic crisis and the relentless violence at a key Red Sea port city risk leaving millions of children and families without food, clean water and sanitation.
The parliamentary bloc of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has warned about delay in forming a new government, stressing any further deferral risks the Arab country sliding “towards tension.”
The Philippines' top diplomat warned the United Nations on Tuesday not to 'weaponize' human rights and urged it to send an impartial investigator to probe President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly anti-drug war.
Turkey on Sunday threatened to expand its operation against the Kurdish militia in Syria to the town of the Manbij and even east of the Euphrates, warning that American soldiers risked being targeted in the area if they wore enemy uniform.
Central Bank of Iran governor on Monday warned investors speculating on the fall of the rial that they were heading for losses because his bank could control the foreign exchange market and the currency was likely to rebound in the next couple of months.
Two UN-appointed experts have warned that an extension of a martial law imposed on territories populated by a Muslim indigenous community in the southern Philippines may intensify the massive human rights abuses currently committed against members of the group.
Data showing that net migration into the UK has plummeted since the Brexit vote underscores the risk of an acute labor shortage and should be deeply troubling for everyone, leading business groups have warned.