The Justice Department plans to release 6,000 non-violent offenders from federal penitentiaries, and the UN celebrates new guidelines for prisoner treatment
Antigua’s John Ashe is accused of receiving more than $1 million from Chinese businessmen for promoting the construction of a UN complex in Macao
The U.S. finds itself on the receiving end of war crimes allegations after a weekend airstrike on a MSF hospital in Afghanistan.
Walid Al-Moualem praised a newly-announced Russian coalition for relying on the Assad army, noting that “terrorism cannot be fought only from the air.”
Recapping a whirlwind week at the United Nations General Assembly.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticizes the U.N. General Assembly for its “deafening silence” in the face of Iranian threats.
“Palestinians should not walk away from peace,” Netanyahu said Thursday, slamming his Palestinian counterpart for disavowing treaty obligations.
Mahmoud Abbas raises the Palestinian flag at the U.N. and proclaims that the territory will no longer abide by the terms of agreements with Israel.
Abbas used his UN General Assembly speech to call for full statehood and condemned Israel for ‘continuously’ violating its treaty obligations.