United Nations General Assembly Annual Meeting
UNITED NATIONS - World leaders wrapped up an annual rite of global diplomacy Wednesday, pledging to try to do more despite many of them feeling that they have less in their pockets to contribute.
UNITED NATIONS - Israel's foreign minister called Tuesday for an intermediate agreement with the Palestinians, a position directly at odds with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is trying to reach a final peace deal in the coming year.
UNITED NATIONS - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says there will be no peace deal with Israel unless the Jewish state stops settlement construction in areas the Palestinians want for their future state.
NEW YORK - Iran would consider ending higher level uranium enrichment, the most crucial part of its controversial nuclear activities, if world powers send Tehran nuclear fuel for a medical research reactor, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told reporters Friday.
UNITED NATIONS - The African Union asked the U.N.
- Sudanese diplomats scuffle at Iranian NYC event
- Ahmadinejad says Iran may end enrichment
- UN chief hits radicals for fostering tension
- Ban hits radicals for fostering tension
- Obama, at UN, eyes Sudan, Southeast Asia tensions
- US walks out of Ahmadinejad UN speech
- Kenya's Kibaki expects south Sudan vote in January
- Obama challenges the world: Time for Mideast peace
- UN chief urges tolerance to combat polarization
- Nicaraguan diplomatic official found dead in NYC
- Obama presses for Mideast peace in UN address
- Clinton pushes Sudan on referendum
- Israeli minister: Palestinians need to compromise
- Global spotlight on helping world's poor
- Gridlock? Men with earpieces? Must be the UN
- New Western concerns over Iran's nuclear program
- China premier to meet Obama in New York
- Former Aussie PM to visit US as foreign minister
- Obama to address anti-poverty summit and UN
- Clinton: Time is now for Mideast peace