Entire U.S. Senate sign letter demanding new UN chief 'ensure that Israel is treated neither better nor worse than any other UN member in good standing'
UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova launches first-ever policy guide for teaching the Holocaust worldwide at World Jewish Congress
Decision draws harsh criticism from various human rights groups, who cite country's continued enforcement of male guardianship system
Israeli agency stops setting asylum request appointments, saying it's buckling under influx of applicants; would-be asylum-seekers vulnerable to deportation even though they may be eligible for protection
And it wasn’t the only time Israel tried to hide its actions for fear of the world's response
Russia vetoes UN condemnation of gas attack ■ U.S. State Sec: No evidence of Russian role in Syria gas attack ■ Russia: Assad's removal only benefits ISIS ■ Sides agree on chemical attack probe
Israeli military coordinator blames Hamas for Gaza's failing water and electricity infrastructure
This despite Haley's comments last week, before a deadly chemical attack in Syria and the resulting U.S. airstrike against Assad, that America's priority wasn't to remove Syrian president.
Tools created at the end of WWII to prevent atrocities should be utilized in Syria, says museum chairman Avner Shalev following inconclusive UN Security Council meeting.
'When the United Nations consistently fails in its duty to act collectively, there are times in the life of states that we are compelled to take our own action,' says Nikki Haley