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UN criticism of Israel bombing Hezbollah is absurd, says Johnson

Published on 28th March, 2017, 3:48 PM

Foreign secretary speaks out after UK mission puts UN ‘on notice’ over Human Rights Council ‘bias against Israel’

Boris Johnson, the UK foreign secretary, has condemned the UN Human Rights Council criticism of Israeli bombing of Hezbollah positions in the Golan Heights as “absolutely preposterous” and “a profound absurdity”.

He was speaking after the UK mission to the UN in Geneva put the UN “on notice” that it would vote against all resolutions about Israel’s conduct in the occupied Syrian and Palestinian territories unless the Human Rights Council ended what the UK mission described as anti-Israel bias.

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Rape victim backs judge over alcohol warning

Published on 28th March, 2017, 3:42 PM

Megan Clark says judge’s comment that rapists ‘gravitate towards girls who were drinking’ did not equate to victim blaming

A rape victim has waived her right to anonymity, to defend the judge in her case who was widely criticised after claiming women were putting themselves at risk of sexual attack if they were drunk.

Megan Clark, 19, was raped beside a canal in Manchester by a man she met in a Burger King restaurant after a night drinking in the city.

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The EU cities helping Libya's local authorities provide vital public services

Published on 28th March, 2017, 3:32 PM

Libya’s elected mayors are developing much-needed public services like waste disposal with support from European cities, including Nicosia

Amid the power vacuum and political deadlock that has plagued Libya since the death of Muammar Gaddafi, the country is being held together not by central government, but by local authorities – with support from their European counterparts.

According to Fathi Suleman, adviser to the council of Sirte, a coastal city in central Libya, local authorities are delivering basic services to their residents, in “chaotic” situations, despite their resources and capacity being tested to the limit.

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