An Afghan Midwife Delivers; Fighting in Ethiopia Erupts; the UN Reacts to US Election Results

The General Assembly and the Security Council, above, elected five members to the International Court of Justice, Nov. 11, 2020. Philippe Kridelka, left, ambassador of Belgium to the United Nations, and Ambassador Zhang Jun of China. Four judges, from China, Slovakia, Uganda and Japan, were re-elected. A new judge, from Germany, was also elected. MANUEL ELIAS/UN PHOTO

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