The South African government expressed concerns that Israel’s continued occupation of “significant portions of the West Bank” and the development of new settlements there “are glaring examples of violations of international law”.
South Africa calls for Israel to be declared an apartheid regime
Rockets hit the vicinity of the Turkish consulate in Iraq's main northern city of Mosul causing damage but no casualties, Iraqi and Turkish sources said Wednesday.
Rocket fire targets Turkish consulate In Iraq's Mosul
China warned Wednesday that Washington would "bear the consequences" if US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan, with tensions soaring ahead of an expected phone call between the two countries' leaders.
China: US will 'bear all consequences' if Pelosi visits Taiwan
Voters in a referendum in Tunisia on Monday overwhelmingly backed a new Constitution giving President Kais Saied nearly total powers but with only a quarter of eligible voters participating, an exit poll said, amid a boycott by opposition parties.
Tunisians back new Constitution but turnout just 25%
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said the resistance movement's precision missiles can hit any Israeli target at sea or on land.
Nasrallah: No Israeli target out of reach of Hezbollah missiles
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) strongly denounced the recent attack on a tourist resort in Iraq's northern, semi-autonomous Kurdistan region that Baghdad blames on Turkey.
UNSC condemns attack on Iraqi Kurdistan, reiterates support for Iraq's sovereignty
At least 471 people were killed, injured or missing as a result of fierce clashes this month between rival gangs in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince, the United Nations said.
At least 471 dead, hurt or missing in Haiti gang violence: UN
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Greece for allegedly violating a century-old peace treaty and undermining the Muslim minority in the region of Thrace.
Erdogan decries Greece over undermining Muslim minority rights
Tunisians voted Monday for a controversial new Constitution put forward by President Kais Saied that critics say will formalize his power grab and reverse hard-won democratic gains in the North African nation.
Tunisians vote on new Constitution
International condemnation has grown in the wake of an announcement from Myanmar’s military-led government that it had executed four pro-democracy activists – the country’s first known executions in decades.
International condemnation after Myanmar executes activists

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