Palestinian U.N. Ambassador says will turn to U.N. if political efforts fail

By REUTERS
July 19, 2014 00:49

 
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Palestinian U.N. Ambassador Riyad Mansour told the U.N. Security Council on Friday that it must uphold the law to end crimes and violations against the Palestinians and ensure their protection.

"Should our peaceful, diplomatic and political efforts in this regard fail, we will have no recourse but to turn to the judicial bodies of the United Nations and the international system," he said.

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