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Audrey Azoulay, France’s former culture minister, was confirmed as the new director-general of the United Nations cultural body UNESCO, making her the first Jewish head of the agency, The Jerusalem Post reported. Azoulay was raised in Morocco and France and is the daughter of André Azoulay, an adviser to Morocco’s...

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A United Nations-appointed panel said on Thursday that the Syrian army was responsible for the lethal sarin gas attack on Khan Sheikhoun in April. The panel, known as the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM), said that it is “confident that the Syrian Arab Republic is responsible for the release of sarin...

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The BBC has reported Iran to the United Nations for a “sustained campaign of intimidation and harassment,” after Iranian authorities launched an investigation into more than 150 of its staff for “conspiracy against national security.” The Daily Telegraph reported Wednesday that the broadcaster, in a complaint to David Kaye, the...

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Stella Handler, the CEO of Israeli telecommunication company, Bezeq, slammed on Monday a United Nations blacklist of Israeli companies as “anti-Israel propaganda”  in a Facebook post, Haaretz reported. Handler was criticizing a letter Bezeq had received from the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) that said that her company was subject...

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In his speech before the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, hailed what he called a “revolution” in Israel’s acceptance around the world and warned that despite Iranian threats “the light of Israel will never be extinguished.” “This is happening because so many countries around the...

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On Wednesday, the Palestinian Authority (PA) withdrew its attempt to gain full membership in the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization (UNTWO) due to American pressure. The chairman of the UN’s tourism body announced during a meeting in Chengdu that UNTWO will postpone a vote on accepting the PA as a...

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The regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria has used chemical weapons on more than two dozen occasions since the outbreak of the civil war six years ago, including in April’s deadly attack on Khan Sheikhoun, a UN war crimes investigation revealed on Wednesday. Reuters reported that the UN investigators interviewed 43...

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The Palestinian Authority forced a meeting with the families of terrorists on UN Secretary General António Guterres, and then lied about the chain of events. According to a spokesperson for the UN chief, Guterres was not scheduled to meet with relatives of Palestinian terrorists and the quotes released by the...

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The head of the IDF Intelligence Directorate, Maj.- Gen. Herzi Halevi, in a meeting with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in Jerusalem this week, warned that Hezbollah is tightening its grip on Lebanon. Citing serious and prolonged violations of UN Security Council Resolution 1701 by the terrorist group, Halevi called...

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The first official visit to Israel by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres this week presents a great opportunity for him to reverse the UN’s discriminatory policy against Israel, Benjamin Weinthal wrote on Fox News. Nearly half of the states in the United States and many Europeans governments over the last...

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