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US will veto PA bid for full UN member status

Security Council debates resolution admitting 'Palestine' as a full member state as US announces its opposition to the measure.

US will veto PA bid for full UN member status

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'Security Council should be called the UN's Terror Council'

Israeli Ambassador to the UN criticizes Security Council for voting on whether to admit Palestine as a full member state while failing to condemn October 7 or work to free the hostages.

'Security Council should be called the UN's Terror Council'

US vetoes UN resolution calling for Gaza ceasefire

US Ambassador to the UN says resolution calling for immediate ceasefire without condemning Hamas would be counterproductive.

US vetoes UN resolution calling for Gaza ceasefire

South Africa's Chief Rabbi: Put the UN on trial

Rabbi Warren Goldstein says the United Nations and its institutions have a credibility they do not deserve, and have become a threat to freedom and democracy.

South Africa's Chief Rabbi: Put the UN on trial

Syria: What the World Thinks

Syrian agreement to a Russian plan to cede its chemical weapons to the international community has been met with cautious optimism.

Syria: What the World Thinks

Israel: Iranian Nuke Program an 'Express Train'

UN Ambassador: as Iranian program hurtles forward, attempts to stop it crawl like a slow bus.

Israel: Iranian Nuke Program an 'Express Train'

Red Cross Signs Deal with Syria

The International Committee of the Red Cross has signed a deal with Syria's government to expand a humanitarian mission to Syrian citizens.

Red Cross Signs Deal with Syria

Arab League Reconsiders Observer Mission

The Arab League is rethinking its observer mission and may decide to pull its monitors from Syria.

Arab League Reconsiders Observer Mission