UN committee asks ICJ opinion on Israeli occupation

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A United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) committee asks the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for its advisory opinion on the Israeli regime‘s decades-old occupation of Palestinian territories.

The UNGA’s Special Political and Decolonization Committee voted in favor of a resolution on referring the case to the ICJ on Friday. Ninety-eight countries supported the resolution, 52 abstained, and 17 voted against.








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