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The UN report into the May 2010 lethal flotilla incident, to be published Friday, was obtained by the New York Times; among other findings it determines Gaza blockade legal.
Prime Minister's Bureau confirmed that the National Security Council is discussing alternatives ahead of September, and would present them to the political echelon for a decision when it is done.
The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights noted the anti-Semitism in a cartoon posted on the website of the U.N.'s rapporteur on Palestinians, a rare implicit rebuke, according to a U.N. watchdog.
UN Watch, a Geneva-based human rights monitoring organization, has called on United Nations rights chief Navi Pillay to fire the UN Human Rights Council’s Palestine expert who admitted that he published a ''strongly anti-Semitic'' cartoon.
PA leadership says move will help renew peace negotiations, stresses Fatah-Hamas reconciliation agreement to be completed.
The United States has warned Americans against going ahead with plans to join a flotilla seeking to breach Israel's naval blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Israeli central bank chief Stanley Fischer, who has announced his candidacy for IMF chief, is credited with having steered an economic ''miracle'' in Israel despite the global downturn.
Foreign Ministry documents outline instructions to envoys to thwart international recognition of Palestinian state.
The United States will not participate in Durban III, this September, the State Department said.
Ban Ki-moon says the unity agreement should not undermine peace with Israel and wants Abbas' more moderate Fatah movement to lead any unity government.
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