Despite a unanimous appeal from U.N. Security Council members, Israel and Palestinian militants traded more airstrikes and rocket fire Saturday, with at least one mosque and a center for the disabled among the latest structures hit in the Gaza Strip. Show More Summary
In a Breitbart Texas exclusive, the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) directly challenged the truthfulness of public statements made by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The TSA spokesman used social media to...Show More Summary
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Ignoring international appeals for a cease-fire, Israel on Saturday widened its range of Gaza bombing targets to civilian institutions with suspected Hamas ties and announced it would hit northern Gaza "with great force" to prevent rocket attacks from there on Israel. More than 150 Palestinians have been killed in five days of bombardment.
The fifteen-member U.N. Security Council announced in a press release on Friday that all fifteen members are unanimously calling for an Israel-Palestine ceasefire after violence on the Gaza Strip has escalated, resulting in the deaths of over 130 Palestinians. Read more...
All 15 of the United Nations' Security Council members approved a statement released today calling for a "de-escalation, restoration of calm and a resumption of Mideast peace talks," The Associated Press reports. The statement, while...Show More Summary
The UN Security Council has called for a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, as Palestinian deaths continue to mount. All 15 members approved a statement calling for de-escalation, the “restoration of calm” and a resumption of peace talks. Show More Summary
A day after Security Council's appeal, Houthi rebels say they will pull out from Amran and allow army unit to move in.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. Security Council called Saturday for a cease-fire in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict centered on the Gaza Strip.
The current phase is not convenient for the Islamic Republic of Iran: nuclear negotiations with the five permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany (P5+1) have stalled and the desired agreement may not be reached by the deadline set on July 20. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that a cease-fire with Hamas is "not even on the agenda," as the U.N. Security Council prepared for a special session on the renewed violence.
Merger of Big Banks and National Security Power … What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Bloomberg reports: Wall Street’s biggest trade group has proposed a government-industry cyber war council to stave off terrorist attacks that could trigger financial panic by temporarily wiping out account balances, according to an internal document. Show More Summary
Government and industry action against cyber attacks isn't moving fast enough for Wall Street. Now banks are proposing a cyber war council to defend against future threats to their data. According to a Bloomberg report, the Securities...Show More Summary
funeralThe Iranian backed Hezbollah militant group was accused by the Syrian National Council ( SNC) in a security report published by CNN Arabic of “trading with human organs” of Syrian refugees to finance its war effort in Syria due to the “financial hardship” the party has incurred during its defense of the Syrian regime. Show More Summary
The United Nations Security Council took time out of its busy schedule of condemning things to decide whether or not to let the Netflix original series, House Of Cards, film in its chambers. According to The Huffington Post, 15 council...Show More Summary
After Russia denied a request from the makers of House of Cards to film scenes in the chambers of the United Nations Security Council, China added their dissent -- and also a request to see some scripts from the show's upcoming third season. Show More Summary
If fans see President Frank Underwood at the U.N. next season on House of Cards, it’ll have to be a
Vladimir Putin's aides ask Netflix to leave the U.N. Security Council chambers open for business at all times.
Another blow has been dealt to the already fraught relationship between Vladimir Putin and Frank Underwood: Foreign Policy reports that Russia has refused a request to allow House of Cards to film in the U.N. Security Council Chamber. The show asked the 15-nation Security Council if they could shoot two episodes in the chamber while... More »
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Diplomats say Russia has refused to allow the U.S. television series "House of Cards" to film in the U.N. Security Council chamber. The show's producers approached the United Nations, and the 15 council membersShow More Summary