As the second day of hearings began Friday at the United Nations’ top court, Israel is rejecting allegations levied by South Africa that its campaign against Hamas amounts to genocide against the Palestinian people, saying that, if anything, it is Hamas that is guilty of genocide.
Although the case is likely to take years to resolve, South Africa is asking the International Court of Justice to order an immediate suspension of Israel’s military offensive in the Gaza Strip. It’s unclear if Israel would comply with any court order.
GERMANY BACKS THE US-LED STRIKES ON HOUTHI REBELS
IN DAY 2 OF HEARINGS, ISRAEL REJECTS SOUTH AFRICA’S ALLEGATIONS OF GENOCIDE
ISRAEL ARGUES ITS OFFENSIVE IN GAZA IS LEGITIMATE SELF-DEFENSE, NOT GENOCIDE
FRANCE CONDEMNS HOUTHI ATTACKS ON VESSELS IN THE RED SEA
9 PALESTINIANS KILLED IN AN ISRAELI STRIKE IN SOUTHERN GAZA
RUSSIA’S FOREIGN MINISTRY CONDEMNS US STRIKES ON YEMEN AS IRRESPONSIBLE
NORWAY AND SWEDEN CALL FOR AN END TO ATTACKS IN THE RED SEA BEFORE CONFLICT SPREADS FURTHER
YEMEN’S HOUTHI REBELS SAY US-LED STRIKES TARGETING THEM KILLED 5 PEOPLE AND WOUNDED 6
TESLA ANNOUNCES PRODUCTION STOPPAGE DUE TO RED SEA FIGHTING
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