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India snubs new UN chief, rejects mediation on Kashmir issue

NEW DELHI: India has again reiterated that only a bilateral solution to the Kashmir issue is possible, amid signs that new United Nations (UN) secretary general Antonio Gutterres was looking at ways to break the deadlock between the two nations..Responding to reports that Guterres was considering opening a conversation with senior Indian and Pakistani officials on Kashmir, government sources said, "Our position on addressing all issues between India and Pakistan bilaterally has not changed."

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UN Ambassador Nikki Haley just held her first press conference following the UN Security Council’s monthly meeting on Middle East issues

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Trump’s new UN Ambassador Nikki Haley just held her first press conference following the UN Security Council’s monthly meeting on Middle East issues, and this was NO ordinary press conference. After watching this video, it’s easy to see why President Trump chose her to represent the US in hopes of redefining our support for democracy in the Middle East, while identifying nations who support terrorism. Here’s an excerpt of her speech to the press:

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UN says Taking Children to Church Violates Their Rights...But abortions and taking other places of worship I'd okay???

United Nations Says Taking Children to Church Violates Their Rights!

Taking children to Christian worship assemblies violates their human rights, according to a United Nations committee.

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Failure to bring IS to justice shows UN genocide conventions ‘obsolete’

Nov. 28, 2016 by Gabrielle Desarzens
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The UN has broken the pledges it made in the aftermath of World War II to prevent genocide from recurring, said Ewelina Ochab..The UN has broken the pledges it made in the aftermath of World War II to prevent genocide
The UN must urgently put in place measures to hold to account jihadists who have committed atrocities against minorities in Iraq and Syria, because existing conventions have become “obsolete”, the author of a book documenting recent violence against them has said.Vienna-based legal counsel Ewelina Ochab, who authored ‘Never again: Legal responses to a broken promise in the Middle East’, accused the UN of breaking the pledges it made in the aftermath of World War II to prevent genocide from recurring.

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