Antonio Guterres, the first sitting UN secretary general to attend ceremonies honouring those who died in the bombing, said that even 73 years later, there was still a "shadow cast by the dread of unthinkable carnage."
UN says at least 60,000 litres of emergency fuel should be delivered immediately to Gaza
UN special envoy says it is time to pursue a political solution in Yemen
6 dead in clashes between protesters, military
Guterres will be in Tokyo for talks with Abe on August 8, before traveling to Nagasaki to attend the annual peace ceremony the following day.
No movement forward on resolving the issue, says Swedish ambassador to UN
UN Envoy de Mistura talks process of forming Syria Constitutional committee for Syria with Turkey, Iran, Russia
6-week agricultural training to improve opportunities for Syrians, their hosts, says FAO representative in Turkey
Next meeting on Syrian crisis to take place from July 30-31 in Russia’s Black Sea resort of Sochi
Libyan rivals agreed in Paris to hold presidential and parliamentary election on Dec. 18
UNRWA employees in Gaza blast cash-strapped agency’s plan to terminate contracts of dozens of workers
Antonio Guterres calls on both sides to ‘step back from the brink of another devastating conflict’
UN chief's Iraq envoy calls on the incoming government to prioritize 'reforms and the fight against corruption'
Mladenov arrived in Gaza through the Erez crossing on Sunday
Yemen has remained wracked by violence since 2014
Nearly half of North Koreans reportedly need humanitarian assistance
'An estimated 750,000 lives are in danger,' UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi says
UN urges Jordan to keep its border open for Syrians fleeing violence in Daraa
'We call on Israeli authorities not to proceed with demolition of Khan al Ahmar-Abu al Helu,' says UN spokeswoman
11M children in Yemen need help getting food, treatment, education, water and sanitation, UNICEF executive director says
Talks aim at halting military escalations in Al-Hudaydah