13th July 2016
Please be advised that the United Nations Security Council has deleted one individual from the list of persons associated with ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida maintained under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267.  All persons on the list are subject to restrictive measures which include targeted financial sanctions  … Read More
28th June 2016
A US prosecutor said on Monday that Chinese officials were involved in developing a United Nations-focused news outlet that was used to funnel bribes from a Macau billionaire to a former UN General Assembly president who died last week. Assistant US Attorney Daniel Richenthal made that claim at… Read More
6th May 2016
The UN Security Council's sanctions committee has sought information from member states about individuals involved in supplying funds to terror groups like al-Qaeda or ISIS to blacklist them, saying freezing of assets are one area the "sanctions can really bite". Read More
30th March 2016
A United Nations task force recommended in a report on Tuesday new ethical rules and financial disclosures for the office of the presidency of the U.N. General Assembly after a bribery scandal involving a former assembly head. Read More