Mark Leon Goldberg

UN Dispatch

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Managing editor of UN Dispatch and host of Global Dispatches' podcast; former contributor to the Daily Beast

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In Geneva today the head of the UN’s Human Rights Council called the Syrian city of Aleppo a “slaughterhouse.”

Aleppo's a "slaughterhouse' says UN Human Rights Chief

In Geneva today the head of the UN’s Human Rights Council called the Syrian city of Aleppo a “slaughterhouse.”

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Both Israel and Palestinian militants are accused of what "may amount to war crimes" in last year's bloody battle in the Gaza Strip.

UN Gaza Report Finds Evidence of War Crimes by Israel, Palestinian Militants

Both Israel and Palestinian militants are accused of what "may amount to war crimes" in last year's bloody battle in the Gaza Strip.

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United Nations investigators have compiled confidential lists of top Syrian officials ordering crimes against humanity, including abductions, torture and murder.

UN Investigators Accuse Top Syrian Officials of Crimes against Humanity

United Nations investigators have compiled confidential lists of top Syrian officials ordering crimes against humanity, including abductions, torture and murder.

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