The UN summit today is the last chance leaders have to commit to tackling the biggest issue of our century, writes Sipho Kings.
The government has reversed its announcement that only nationals can work in the country, saying employment regulations "will be discussed later".
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Islamic militants released US journalist Peter Theo Curtis on Sunday, less than a week after grisly footage emerged of the execution of James Foley.
North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles into seas east off its coast, defying a UN ban on the isolated country testing such weapons.
An extraordinary Ecowas security summit has announced plans for a partnership with Central African states to fight "terrorism" in the region.
The ceasefire between South Sudan's government and rebels will end months of violence and see the formation of a transitional government.
On Saturday Afghanistan votes for a new president. The M&G spoke to the UN's special representative for Afghanistan ahead of the country's elections.
After weeks of tough negotiations, a landmark United Nations agreement has strengthened women's rights.
Israel has closed its embassies around the world as about 1 200 foreign ministry employees declare a strike over low salaries.
A group of UN-mandated investigators will launch a probe of human rights violations in the Central African Republic amid fears of genocide.
The UN has launched a counteroffensive drug laws around the world, warning that cannabis legalisation poses a danger to public health.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Central African Republic can only succeed if it is given the opportunity to develop, writes David L Smith.
In a letter to the UN, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, representing human rights activists, has appealed for a commission of inquiry in Sri Lanka.
Heavy fighting has erupted near the airport in CAR's capital Bangui, as Christian militia blocked an attempt to evacuate Muslims.
The UN says the South Sudanese government and opposition troops are fighting 'sporadic' battles despite a ceasefire that came into force on Friday.
While official estimates say 1 000 people have died in South Sudan in the surge of violence in the last month, rights groups say it could be 10 times that.
UN aid agencies say heavy fighting has prevented health workers from getting polio vaccine to 100 000 Syrian children.
African asylum seekers have demonstrated outside Western embassies in Tel Aviv in a second day of mass protests against Israel's immigration policies.