Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced Islamic extremism and defended Israel's military actions in a statement delivered Tuesday. Netanyahu appeared with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Tel Aviv, where the two had a meeting.
Speaking in Tel Aviv alongside Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the Israeli and Palestinian peoples have a common future and he will commit to finding peace.
In an appearance in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon advocated for continuing multilateral peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon acknowledged Israel's right to defend itself, but cautioned that further military action in Gaza would not end the violence for good. Ban also called on the Palestinians to form a single government authority that would recognize Israel and continue participating in the peace process. He spoke at an appearance in Tel Aviv with Israel's prime minister.
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Ex-senator and Vietnam POW Jeremiah Denton will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery today. He is remembered, among other things, for blinking "T.O.R.T.U.R.E." in Morse code during a broadcast propaganda interview while a POW in Vietnam. WKRG's Tiffany McCall recalls his service.
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Searcher gives BBC correspondent another victim's wallet and passport; with no investigators on scene, no one knows what to do with personal effects