Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacked the UN Human Rights Council following a resolution accepting a UNHRC report, which presented evidence of war crimes committed by both Israel and Hamas in the summer of 2014.
As the Iranian nuclear negotiations teeter on the brink, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is saying the world has more to fear from a nuclear-capable Iran than ISIS terrorists. The statement comes after the jihadists threatened to “uproot” the Jewish state.
The number of government troops deployed in the conflict in eastern Ukraine has reached 60,000 troops, according to President Petro Poroshenko. The statement comes as the total of Ukrainian refugees has exceeded 900,000 people, according to UN.
If the International Criminal Court fails to open an investigation into alleged Israeli war crimes in Palestine the UN court may collapse, warns John Dugard, former special rapporteur to the UN Human Rights Council concerning Palestinian affairs.
World War Two was the most brutal and destructive conflict in history, and caused global refugee migration. Unfortunately, wars and armed conflicts persist in the 21st century leading to the exodus of millions of people seeking to protect their lives.
A day after the UN slammed Israel for failure to “revise its practice of airstrikes” against Palestinian civilians during Operation Protective Edge, Tel Aviv revoked slots at the civil rights groups which, it said, acted against the IDF in the UN.
A new sexual abuse scandal has engulfed the UN peacekeeping contingent in the Central African Republic after the UN announced that it has opened an investigation and notified troops from contributing countries of the child abuse cases in Bangui.
Human rights campaigners called upon UK authorities to arrest Israeli ex-Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz, who spoke at a conference in London on Monday. They accuse him of presiding over war crimes during the Second Palestinian Intifada.
A UN report has accused both Israel and Palestinian armed groups of possible war crimes during the 2014 Gaza conflict, calling the devastation “unprecedented.” Israel has fired back, calling the commission "biased" and insisting Tel Aviv acted morally.