António Guterres
Iran nuclear deal US imposes fresh sanctions on companies allegedly involved in Iranian oil trade  

Efforts to revive the JCPOA were stalled last month after the US failed to respond to the Iranian demand of guarantees against any future withdrawal as well as the termination of an IAEA investigation 

77th UN General Assembly opens in New York amid a world in crisis

The session opens as crises wreak havoc across the globe, prompting mass protest from people around the world. How will the UN respond?

Daily Round-up | UN appeals for aid for flooded Pakistan & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the Pakistan floods, the rescue of migrants from the Mediterranean, concerns over the health of a Palestinian prisoner, and a walkout from tech companies over their ties with Israel

Game of nuclear chicken in Zaporozhye

The IAEA’s priority is supposedly nuclear safety, but its priority in Ukraine appears to be to fulfil the selfish political demands of Ukraine and its NATO allies

NPT review conference Majority of countries in West Asia call for region to be a nuclear-free zone

Several Arab and Middle Eastern countries underlined the need of a nuclear free zone in the region, and claimed that Israel’s continued refusal to join disarmament regimes remains the biggest hurdle in achieving the same

Daily Round-up | Aid groups urge warring parties to extend Yemen truce & other stories

In this episode, we bring you stories of aids groups urging an extension of the truce in Yemen, the Mexican president declaring water to be a human right, the UN head warning of nuclear war and Israeli atrocities in Palestine

Israeli occupation killed 78 Palestinian children last year and maimed another 982

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has been criticized for leaving Israel out of his “list of shame” despite expressing shock over its crimes against Palestinian children

Mapping Faultlines: Has Russia Won This Round in the Energy War?

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the face-off over energy in the Ukraine war. He explains the implications of Russia’s decision to stop supplies of natural gas to Poland and Bulgaria

Israeli aggression in Syria At least four soldiers killed in Syria in deadliest Israeli airstrikes this year

Thursday’s strike was the ninth violation of Syrian airspace by Israel this year. Israel has carried out hundreds of such unprovoked strikes since the beginning of the war in Syria in 2011

Russia-Ukraine Conflict As Russian offensive in Ukraine enters third month, talks stalled 

Russia alleges that the US and NATO are pushing for the continuation of the war by supplying heavy weapons to Ukraine and pressuring its president to backtrack from the promises made during the talks earlier  

NATO countries gear up to supply more weapons to Ukraine

Germany, Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, and Romania are among the countries that have pledged the supply of more weapons to Ukraine. The US has already announced a billion dollars worth of arms supplies in a week

Yemen ceasefire Warring parties agree on two-month ceasefire in Yemen but will it hold?

The ceasefire announcement was widely welcomed and has raised hopes of peace although there have been reports of attacks from the Saudi side. The Saudi-led coalition has partially lifted its siege allowing fuel tankers to reach Hodeidah port after months