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"The United Nations remains committed to supporting the security, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Lebanon."
Floods, Africa and the U.N.
The denial came in the wake of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned Israel not to attack Iranian military positions in Syria, which Netanyahu had threatened to forcibly block.
Water-Gen is a technology that provides an inexpensive, available and renewable source of clean fresh drinking water by directly extracting it from the atmosphere.
Netanyahu told Guterres that the UN should respect the building codes and the law in Israel.
Mahmoud Abbas has suspended all Palestinian Authority contacts "at all levels" with Israel over the Temple Mount crisis, meanwhile.
This vote against Israel undermines the seriousness of UNESCO assessments.
If the Palestinian Authority is ignoring the Oslo Accords, why is Israel still moving forward with goodwill gestures to Ramallah?
In the best spirit of the old headline, "It all began when Israeli retaliated," the report reads as a piece of fine Dada poetry, except the authors are UN employees, and the poem is a composite of Anti-Israel news headlines, bereft of context or even the merest attempt at comprehension.
"Ending the occupation that began in 1967 and achieving a negotiated two-state outcome is the only way to lay the foundations for enduring peace..."
North Korea is working to build an ICBM capable of carrying a nuclear warhead that will reach the United States.
"Friendly advice -- don't read it without anti-nausea pills," said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon.
UN watchdog report reveals dozens of instances of UNRWA teachers glorifying terrorism and antiSemitism.
The new UN secretary-general notes the Holocaust was the culmination of millenia of hatred, scapegoating and discrimination against Jews -- in short, anti-Semitism. Will he "remember" ?
Israel's UN Ambassador Danny Danon urged the UN Secy-Gen-elect to appoint an envoy to combat anti-Semitism.
Former Prime Minister of Portugal, Antonio Guterres, is chosen to succeed Ban Ki-moon as UN Secretary-General in January 2017.
6.8 million needy, 4.25 million internally displaced, 1.3 million refugees—out of a rapidly shrinking population of 20.8 million.