Venezuelans ‘teetering on the brink of survival’ warn UN human rights experts

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OCHA/Gemma Cortes – Dioximar Guevara lives with her five children in San Felix, a slum of Puerto Ordaz, the main city in Bolívar, Venezuela, where poverty runs deep. United Nations independent experts demanded on Wednesday that the Venezuelan Government take … Read More

State violence in Venezuela

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UNITED NATIONS ― In a stunningly stark report on the political and economic conditions in Venezuela, the U.N.’s Human Rights chief Michelle Bachelet outlined a troubling litany of continuing human rights abuses, extrajudicial killings, and economic privations characterizing the besieged … Read More

Is the IDF ready for its next legal war?

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While protests, attempts to infiltrate Israel’s border fence, and fire kites have slowed some in recent weeks, no one has declared the crisis over and the IDF still views the situation as ongoing. ALESTINIANS PRAY yesterday next to the bodies … Read More