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A vote on Palestine’s admission to the UN could happen soon

A decision on whether to admit Palestine as a permanent member of the United Nations might be decided in the coming days. The UN Security Council referred the matter to its admissions committee for consideration. Once this process is complete, the committee could recommend immediate admission. Jody Jacobs reports on what will happen next.  

todayApril 9, 2024 7


Starvation is a weapon of war: Gazans are paying the price

    By Ateqah Khaki, The Conversation; Husein Haveliwala, The Conversation, and Vinita Srivastava, The Conversation On Monday, the European Union’s foreign policy chief accused Israel of using starvation as a weapon of war and provoking famine in Gaza. Israel denies the allegations, which are some of the strongest words we have heard from a western power about the situation in Gaza since October. The EU statement comes on the heels […]

todayApril 2, 2024 16


Malta Urges the ICC to Hurry Up Its War Crimes Probes in Palestine

  Ambassador Vanessa Frazier of Malta detailed to the press her country’s plans presiding over the Security Council in April 2024. Frazier is one of five women envoys in the Council, and she successfully led a resolution calling for a pause in fighting in Gaza in November by focusing on the plight of children. “Children are affected more in Gaza, and as women, it affects us too,” she said in […]

todayApril 2, 2024 6


Namibia Applauds UN Security Council Resolution for Ceasefire in Gaza

Namibia has expressed its satisfaction with the adoption of Resolution 2728 by the United Nations Security Council on Monday. The resolution calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza during Ramadan and urges the release of all hostages. In a media statement released yesterday, Penda Naanda, Executive Director in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, emphasized that the resolution brings relief to the people of Gaza, who have endured relentless […]

todayMarch 27, 2024 14


The United States has tabled a revised Gaza ceasefire resolution

The United States yesterday tabled a revised ceasefire resolution to be voted on by the UN Security Council. Jody Jacobs reports that with the document calling for an "immediate ceasefire" tied to the release of all hostages, and Washington having blocked previous attempts to pass such a ceasefire resolution, this could mark a significant change in its approach to the conflict, though a date for the vote has yet to […]

todayMarch 22, 2024 10


Palestine Never Had a Chance for Statehood, Legally Speaking, an Expert Argues

Ardi Imseis, a legal scholar and former United Nations expert, argues in a new book that the UN’s long history of managing the international legal status of Palestine has often reinforced its subjugation. Here, the territory’s flag in a battle between Palestine and Israel. WWW.STORYBOARDTHAT.COM     By Darsen Hover   Did Palestine ever have a chance to gain its full rights as a state? In his new book, “The United […]

todayMarch 19, 2024 8


Ondjele yomaso mo Gaza oya konda ngaashingeyi po 30 000

Uuministeli wuuhaku tau kondololwa kongundu yo Hamas mo Gaza nena owati aantu 31 112 oya dhipagelwa moshikandjo pethimbo lyiikolokosha yoomwedhi dhili pu 5 pokati ka Israel nongundu ya Palestine yo Hamas. Onzonkundana yo APF oyati omiyalu dhongaashingeyi odha kwatelamo omaso 67 moowili 24,naantu 72 760 oyeehamekelwa mo Gaza okuza nkene iita ya tukuka mu 07 October,sho ongundu yo Hamas ya ponokele Israel.

todayMarch 11, 2024 17


US to build Gaza port for aid deliveries

US President Joseph Biden will announce in his State of the Union speech that US forces will create a temporary port on Gaza's coast to increase humanitarian aid deliveries. Biden has been under pressure from within his own party to do more to alleviate the suffering of Palestinians stuck in the Gaza Strip. From Washington, Nick Harper reports .    

todayMarch 8, 2024 20


An estimated half a million people in Gaza are facing famine

The gravity of the situation has prompted the UN to issue a warning of a potential famine. In response, the United States and other international governments have advocated for a surge in aid to the besieged Palestinian enclave. Given the closure of most border crossings into Gaza, they have resorted to airdrops as a means of delivering assistance. Particularly in the heavily affected northern region, many people are struggling to […]

todayMarch 7, 2024 21