Israel presents evidence of rockets originating near Gaza schools, Argentina defaults on its national debt, and electric car sales double in Europe.
The team will travel to Ukraine next week, compromising of 3-5 DoD civilians and contractors with expertise “to address their mid- and long-term needs through support for defense institution building, training, education, and other assistance.”
Another strike against a U.N.-administered school in Gaza leaves U.N. officials fuming.
Argentinian officials head to New York in a bid to prevent the country from defaulting on its sovereign debt for the second time in 12 years.
Ban Ki-moon blames Israeli and Palestinian leaders for lack of ‘political will,’ and the Ukrainian armed forces go on the offensive near the site of MH17.
A pending ceasefire deal to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Ukraine’s Prime Minister steps aside, and the third commercial airline crash in a week.
A U.N. school in Gaza is hit by artillery shelling, killing civilians and U.N. staff, and rockets found in another U.N. school go missing.
“A Tale of Two Transcripts” – Was it right for U.N. Secretary-General to accept a lift from Qatar on his way to broker peace talks in the Middle East?
Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans makes an emotional appeal at the U.N., and fighting consumes the international airport in Tripoli, Libya.
193 Dutch citizens, including an infant, were killed on Malaysian Flight 17, more citizens killed than any other country.