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UN Condemns Unprecedented Bloodshed in West Bank


Tue 04 Jun 2024 | 11:08 PM
By Ahmad El-Assasy

The United Nations (UN) has strongly condemned the unprecedented bloodshed occurring in the West Bank, expressing grave concern over the escalating violence in the region.

In a statement issued on Monday, the UN highlighted the urgent need for all parties involved to exercise restraint and prioritize dialogue as the means to address grievances and resolve conflicts.

The statement comes amid heightened tensions and a surge in violence in the West Bank, with reports of increasing casualties and widespread unrest.

Meanwhile, the US Embassy in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has called on Congolese authorities to provide details or allow access to three detained American citizens following an alleged coup attempt in the country last month.

Greg Porter, spokesperson for the US Embassy, emphasized the importance of allowing detainees to contact their consulate, stressing the need for transparency and adherence to international norms regarding consular assistance.

The Congolese army had previously disclosed the names of three Americans accused of involvement in an attack led by political opposition leader Christian Malanja targeting a presidential palace last May.

The US Department of State reiterated its commitment to providing consular assistance to detainees abroad, including organizing regular visits to ensure access to healthcare and legal counsel.

These developments underscore the complex challenges facing both domestic and international actors in addressing political instability and conflict-related violence in various regions across the globe.