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Southeast Asia is a major contributor to land-based plastic waste in the oceans with more than half of it coming from 4 nations including Indonesia.
The United Nations (UN) Secretary-General voiced appreciation for Indonesia's role as a bridge-builder among regional organizations.
Indonesia has been re-elected to have a seat in the United Nations Human Rights Council through voting in New York, United States, on October 17.
Australia and Fiji will send a joint United Nations peacekeeping mission to a disputed region in the Middle East as soon as next week.
Saudi officials have denied suspicions in the CIA that the crown prince, known as MbS, ordered the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Several anti-corruption civil organizations, members of the UN Convention Against Corruption or UNCAC, have monitored the revisions of KPK Law.
World leaders meet on Tuesday, September 24, to review a set of global goals agreed with great fanfare and optimism in 2015.
Surabaya Mayor Tri Rismaharini will speak of sustainable transportation along with several heads of state at the UN Climate Action Summit
Thousands of students demand world leaders gathering for a UN Climate Action Summit adopt urgent measures to stop an environmental catastrophe.
Anti-graft group plans to meet United Nations representatives upon discussing crimes that involve corruption eradication in the country.
Asia's heavy and expanding reliance on coal power risks canceling out global progress towards preventing catastrophic climate change, UN says.
Scientists have linked the warming planet to man-made climate change.
UNHCR and other U.N. agencies have repeatedly called for survivors not to be returned to Libya.
South Sudan's army and several armed groups killed more than 100 civilians in a surge in violence after the signing of a peace deal last year.
Khashoggi's killing provoked widespread disgust and damaged the image of the Saudi crown prince.
Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions were at a record high last year and new renewable power capacity has stalled after years of strong growth.
Several delegations presenting in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in New York, Tuesday, May 7, donned Indonesia's batik.
The number of children in Indonesia suffering from malnutrition has been reduced, while many countries in the region risk missing the Zero Hunger target.
About 1.85 million people have now been affected by Cyclone Idai and its aftermath in Mozambique alone, U.N. humanitarian agency OCHA said.
Children under age 15 are almost three times more likely to die from diseases due to lack of clean water in countries in conflict, UNICEF says.