The Washington Post Wednesday morning issued an “editor’s note” explaining why it erroneously blamed Israel for the death of a Gaza-based BBC reporter’s 11-month-old son.
A majority of United Nations member countries voted to allow governments to close off access to the Internet in their countries last weekend, the Wall Street Journal reported.
An anti-Israel hacking collective has seized “highly sensitive” nuclear data and satellite imagery from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the world’s top nuclear watchdog, according to the website Cryptome.
The United States will seek to block an “alarming” Russian proposal to give a United Nations telecommunications group control over the Internet, a senior State Department official said on Thursday.
The United Nations is poised to officially recognize the state of Palestine, an unprecedented international endorsement that would enable the Palestinians to legally prosecute Israel for what it claims are war crimes.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced Monday that the United States is “pleased” to have been reelected to the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC), a controversial body that has been repeatedly chastised for its anti-Israel bias.
The Washington Free Beacon has obtained a report soon to be released by the United Nations that calls for an international campaign of legal attacks and economic warfare on a group of American companies that do business in Israel, including Hewlett-Packard, Caterpillar Inc., and Motorola Solutions Inc.
Two weeks ago, relations between President Barack Obama and Israel were brought to a low point when Obama declined a request from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a meeting while Netanyahu was in the U.S. to attend the UN General Assembly.
A new United Nations nuclear watchdog report on Iran’s nuclear program reveals Tehran is moving ahead with illicit uranium enrichment work, undermining Obama administration claims that sanctions will slow the program.