World Bulletin / News Desk
Chile has suspended Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with Israel and id considering the withdrawal of its ambassador to Tel Aviv in protest against the Israeli bombing campaign on Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip.
The Chilean-Palestinian parliamentary group told HispanTV that the Chilean government will also seek Israel's condemnation by the UN Security Council (UNSC) after meeting with the Chilean Foreign Heraldo Munoz.
Chilean deputies and senators of Palestinian origin went to the Foreign Ministry on Monday to demand a stronger position against Israel regarding its actions in the Gaza Strip.
With the number of victims of Israeli attacks passing the 200 mark, parliamentarians of all backgrounds have demanded urgent action by the Chilean government.
Home to a large Palestinian community, the aggression on Gaza has not gone unnoticed in Chile.
Michelle Bachelet's government last week condemned the Israeli aggression.
Activists calling for the boycott of Israel in response to its breaches of international law in ragards to its treatment of the Palestinians will hope the example set by Chile will open the way for other countries to do the same.
Jose Zamora Induta had been exiled in Portugal before returning home to Guinea-Bissau.
Russian President Putin has assured Netanyahu that the Iranian deal would improve security in the Middle East.
Nigel Farage said his party would launch a "major ground campaign" for the referendum, which Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron has promised to hold by 2017.
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Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned with polonium in 2006. Litvinenko accused Putin of trying to kill him before his death.
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Syriza split issue over bailout deal may be overcome with party referendum
Cameroon has shut down all mosques and Islamic centres in response to a wave of suicide attacks in the country's north.
Shortly after their French collegues, Italian MPs also plan on visiting occupied peninsula
“Russia failed to stand up in the quest for international justice.”
Resolution would have set up tribunal to prosecute those responsible for shooting down the Malaysian plane over Ukraine
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Amensty International cites ‘strong evidence’ that Israel committed war crimes during last year’s ‘relentless, massive’ bombardment of Rafah
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is keen to keen to get a regional taskforce up and running to combat Boko Haram