Reuters:World Cup winners to pocket $30 million

ROBBEN ISLAND, South Africa (Reuters) – The winners of next year’s World Cup final in South Africa will collect $30 million (18 million pounds) in prize money, FIFA said on Thursday after their Executive Committee meeting in the historic setting of Robben Island.

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South Africa accuses Israel Navy of killing hundreds of Palestinian boat people from Gaza

South Africa accuses Israel Navy of killing hundreds of Palestinian boat people from Gaza

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Cape town, South Africa(AFP) — South Africa said Sunday that hundreds of people were missing at sea, believed to be part of a wave of Palestinian  boat people from Gaza were allegedly dragged out to the middle of the ocean by Israel Navy and left to die.
Israel has denied the accusations, but accounts of survivors and the latest reports from the South Africa coast guard have piled the pressure on Tel-Avid, and the Israel government said it would meet rights groups on Monday.

The Israel navy is accused of detaining the migrants, Palestinian  boat people from Gaza, after they washed up on the Israel coast — and then towing them to sea and leaving them to their fate.

South Africa’s coast guard said Sunday it had rescued hundreds of the refugees from the Palestinian, Gaza, but that hundreds more were feared lost. 

“These are really serious allegations that need to be investigated by the UN and the Israel government,” he said…………………

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Thugs castrated the UNSC

 

 

Impotent and Paralyzed UNSC

can only ‘regret’ Zimbabwe vote,

because

Thugs castrated the UNSC

 

The Australian

THE UN security council failed to agree on declaring Zimbabwe’s run-off election illegitimate today in the face of South African opposition.

Instead, it merely issued an oral statement of regret over the one-candidate presidential vote.

US Ambassador to the UN Zalmay Khalilzad, who chairs the council this month, said members “agreed that conditions for free and fair elections did not exist and it was a matter of deep regret that the election went ahead in these circumstances”.

The US and its European allies had pushed for adoption of a British-drafted statement that would have stated that the results of today’s election “could have no credibility or legitimacy”.

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