UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres discussed the ongoing flare-up of tensions around Jerusalem’s holy sites in separate calls Saturday with the Israeli prime minister and Palestinian president
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Local media reported that the man dropped his shotgun and surrendered to police.
However, fewer countries voted in favor of it this time around and more countries abstained compared to last year
“We are also here to highlight the importance of the international community investing in these vital efforts through concrete action and delivery of pledges,” Guterres said in his opening speech.
“We also appeal for full and unimpeded humanitarian access to make sure Afghans continue to get the essential services they need,” he said.