Doesn't the UN care about regaining credibility? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Serge
    • 05.07.10 | 06:51 (IDT)

    It's really quite surprising. The United Nations has become a body virtually without any credibility at all. Wouldn't they want, in this kind of report, to try and rehabilitate themselves by aiming at something close to the truth, rather than continue to churn out the same wooden head-in-the-sand propaganda? Don't they want to regain credibility as some sort of international forum for doing anything?

    from the article: Israel: UN 'ignored reality' by blaming us for tensions along Lebanon border
    First published 01:58 05.07.10 | Last updated 01:58 05.07.10
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