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UN says Yemen’s Houthis agreed to begin Hudaydah withdrawal

UN says Yemen’s Houthis agreed to begin Hudaydah withdrawal

The United Nations says Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has agreed to unilaterally pull out its forces from three key ports over the next four days, a necessary step for the implementation of a ceasefire deal the warring sides reached in Sweden in December.


Trump’s Golan move part of ‘criminal project’: Syria at UN

Trump’s Golan move part of ‘criminal project’: Syria at UN

Syria's ambassador to the United Nations has lashed out at US President Donald Trump's recognition of “Israeli sovereignty” over the occupied Golan Heights, describing the move as part of a “criminal project” aimed at prolonging chaos and destruction in the region.


Zarif: IAEA’s verification counters Israel, US lies

Zarif: IAEA’s verification counters Israel, US lies

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the United Nations nuclear watchdog’s verification for the 14th time of Iran’s continued commitment to its nuclear deal with world countries flies in the face of Israeli and American “lies.”


UN-appointed Yemen ceasefire team to meet aboard ship

UN-appointed Yemen ceasefire team to meet aboard ship

A United Nations-appointed committee tasked with monitoring a ceasefire in the Yemeni city of Hudaydah is to hold its next meeting aboard a ship anchored off the key port city because representatives of forces running Yemen have refused to enter areas controlled by Saudi-led aggressor forces.


Over 250 Gazans killed by Israeli fire since March 2018, says UN report

Over 250 Gazans killed by Israeli fire since March 2018, says UN report

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) says more than 250 Palestinians have been killed and over 23,000 injured by Israeli forces since the Great March of Return rallies began along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories on March 30, 2018.


Israel received most condemnations at UN in 2018

Israel received most condemnations at UN in 2018

Israel faced the most condemnations at the United Nations in 2018, with the General Assembly passing at least 20 resolutions against Tel Aviv for human rights abuses, illegal settlement construction on occupied Palestinian territory as well as its continued occupation of East Jerusalem al-Quds, a report said.


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