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Anti-Israel content exposed in UN agency's school textbooks, as lawmakers decry 'systematic hatred'

By Adam Shaw

A newly declassified report is shedding light on anti-Israel material found in U.S.-funded textbooks used by the United Nations' Palestinian refugee agency (UNRWA) in Palestinian schools -- while faulting the State Department for leaving out key information in updates to Congress.

Anti-Israel content exposed in UN agency's school textbooks, as lawmakers decry 'systematic hatred'

By Adam Shaw

A newly declassified report is shedding light on anti-Israel material found in U.S.-funded textbooks used by the United Nations' Palestinian refugee agency (UNRWA) in Palestinian schools -- while faulting the State Department for leaving out key information in updates to Congress.

Amnesty International suffering from 'toxic' workplace with rampant racism, sexism, bullying, report finds

By Lukas Mikelionis

Amnesty International, a leading human rights NGO in the world, is facing criticism after a damning report revealed the organization is suffering from a toxic work environment and is in a “state of emergency” due to rampant bullying, sexism, racism and overworking.

Amnesty International suffering from 'toxic' workplace with rampant racism, sexism, bullying, report finds

By Lukas Mikelionis

Amnesty International, a leading human rights NGO in the world, is facing criticism after a damning report revealed the organization is suffering from a toxic work environment and is in a “state of emergency” due to rampant bullying, sexism, racism and overworking.

40 people killed, some 850 detained in Venezuela amid ongoing anti-government protests, the UN says

By Lucia Suarez Sang

The reignited anti-government demonstrations in Venezuela have led to the deaths of more than 40 people and the detention of some 850 people, including at least 77 minors, the United Nations’ human rights office said Tuesday.

40 people killed, some 850 detained in Venezuela amid ongoing anti-government protests, the UN says

By Lucia Suarez Sang

The reignited anti-government demonstrations in Venezuela have led to the deaths of more than 40 people and the detention of some 850 people, including at least 77 minors, the United Nations’ human rights office said Tuesday.

Pompeo at UN calls Maduro regime in Venezuela β€˜illegitimate mafia state’

By Robert Gearty

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke at the United Nations Saturday, urging all nations to support Venezuelans as they try to free themselves from former President Nicholas Maduro’s “illegitimate mafia state."

Pompeo at UN calls Maduro regime in Venezuela β€˜illegitimate mafia state’

By Robert Gearty

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke at the United Nations Saturday, urging all nations to support Venezuelans as they try to free themselves from former President Nicholas Maduro’s “illegitimate mafia state."

Nikki Haley led the way with Venezuela condemnation at UN

By Ben Evansky

The Trump administration has seen noticeable progress in calling attention to the Venezuela crisis in the United Nations and U.N. Security Council over the last couple of years -- an effort that began with former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, who took up the issue when she started the job in 2017.

Nikki Haley led the way with Venezuela condemnation at UN

By Ben Evansky

The Trump administration has seen noticeable progress in calling attention to the Venezuela crisis in the United Nations and U.N. Security Council over the last couple of years -- an effort that began with former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, who took up the issue when she started the job in 2017.

Israel calls on UN Security Council to block Iranian terror funding: 'Israel will not hold back’

By Ben Evansky

Israel’s United Nations Ambassador Danny Danon called on members of the United Nations Security Council Tuesday to take action to help stop Iran’s funding of global terrorism -- and warned that Israel will act if provoked.

Israel calls on UN Security Council to block Iranian terror funding: 'Israel will not hold back’

By Ben Evansky

Israel’s United Nations Ambassador Danny Danon called on members of the United Nations Security Council Tuesday to take action to help stop Iran’s funding of global terrorism -- and warned that Israel will act if provoked.

UN survey finds more than one third of workers experiences sexual harassment in last two years

By Hollie McKay

As the United Nations, the largest human rights organization in the world, grapples with the ongoing #MeToo movement – at least one-third of its staff and contractors have claimed to have been subjected to sexual harassment.

UN survey finds more than one third of workers experiences sexual harassment in last two years

By Hollie McKay

As the United Nations, the largest human rights organization in the world, grapples with the ongoing #MeToo movement – at least one-third of its staff and contractors have claimed to have been subjected to sexual harassment.

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