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Ankara: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday during his visit to the worst-hit region after a massive earthquake that the death toll in his country has surged to 8,574, bringing the total fatalities with neighboring Syria to over 11,000. more
Meta fined for violating privacy laws in South Korea - Reports

Seoul: South Korea's Personal Information Protection Commission (PIPC) has fined US tech conglomerate Meta 6.6 million won ($5,240) for violating privacy laws, South Korean media repo ...

Partnerships key to boosting online safety

New York: On Safer Internet Day, observed on Tuesday, UN agencies and partners including innovators in the private sector, are forging a digital path towards boosting safety online for ev ...

Zambia: New grant gives boost to women peacekeepers

New York: Zambia’s police force will get nearly $1 million to boost women’s participation in global peace operations, a UN Women-hosted trust fund announced on Tuesday.

Turkey-Syria earthquakes: Death toll crosses 8,000

Ankara/Damascus: The death toll from Monday's devastating earthquake in Türkey and Syria has risen to 8,364, according to data released by authorities and rescuers.

US intelligence believes China's spy balloon part of vast aerial spy program: Reports

Washington: The US intelligence believes that the suspected Chinese surveillance balloon, which has been shot down by the US military, was part of a vast surveillance program of China' ...

‘Put people first’ in drive to realize Sustainable Development Goals

New York: Addressing the opening of the Commission for Social Development’s latest session, the president of the UN Economic and Social Council on Monday said it was imperative to p ...

Turkey Earthquake: Death toll touches 3,381

Ankara: The death toll from Monday's earthquakes in Turkey has risen to 3,381, the country's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority said Tuesday.

UN human rights chief calls on Mali to reverse ‘regrettable’ expulsion order

New York: The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Monday called on Malian authorities to rescind their expulsion order for his top representative in the country.

‘Act decisively before it is too late’, Guterres warns countries, laying out his priorities for 2023

New York: Time is running out as the world inches closer to meltdown and countries must change course before it is too late, UN Secretary-General António Guterres warned on Monday, ...