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A United Nations General Assembly committee voted to hold North Korean leaders accountable for human rights violations.
Secy. John Kerry's address at the U.N. reminded some people of Colin Powell's case to go to war against Iraq.
In an exclusive interview with Wolf Blitzer, United Nations Envoy to Ukraine Robert Serry details his violent encounter in Crimea with gunmen who ultimately forced him from his mission.
CNN has rare access to Syria, with one of the only Western reporters on the ground. Frederik Pleitgen reports on the status of the U.N. weapons inspectors and their search for evidence that chemical weapons were used.
(CNN) – Delivering a direct message to North Korea's young leader Thursday, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Kim Jong Un to focus less on making threats against the United States, and more on improving conditions for his own people.
"I would strongly ask him to, first of all, refrain from taking any such provocative measures, which is clearly in violation against the Security Council resolution and against the expectation of the international community," Ban said during an exclusive appearance on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer."
Brian Todd reports on a shot accidentally fired by a Secret Service agent in 2007 at the UN. Was Iran's president there?
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice to discuss Iran, Palestinian statehood and more.
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By CNN’s Wolf Blitzer
I've been coming to New York almost every September for a long time, because of the United Nations General Assembly. It convenes at the same time each year. Leaders flock from all over the world, making it a good opportunity to sit down with some of them.
In recent years, I've also been able to interview former President Bill Clinton. He hosts his Clinton Global Initiative in New York at the same time, to allow world leaders to attend both the General Assembly and the CGI. In fact, tomorrow I'll be sitting down with Clinton.