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Hilda Heine said allegations of backdoor fossil fuel deal-making "undermine the integrity" of the international climate talks.
The world wants more nuclear energy as a means to fight climate change and supply an ever-growing demand for electricity, part of a generational shift in thinking.
A new revelation has rattled climate scientists and environmental activists, but it did not happen in a vacuum.
The U.N.’s annual summit, known as the Conference of the Parties, or COP, begins this week in Dubai.
The U.S. still refused to join other nations in voting for the watered-down version of a ceasefire, which a growing number of people are demanding worldwide.
The Israeli prime minister’s comments come as the Palestinian death toll soars over 11,000.
The restrictions, which also apply to Muslim-majority Kashmir, reflect a shift in India's foreign policy away from its long-held support for Palestinian liberation.
Briefings to the Security Council painted a dire picture of the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
The United Nations called for the cease-fire to the Israel-Hamas attacks so that aid can reach people in Gaza, who have gone nearly two weeks without food, water and other essentials.
U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said it was too early to craft an appropriate Security Council response to the crisis.