Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fell silent for 40 seconds during his U.N. speech to protest what he called the world’s silence on Iran’s threats to Israel. U.S. ambassador to U.N. Samantha Power skipped his presentation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fell silent for 40 seconds during his U.N. speech to protest what he called the world’s silence on Iran’s threats to Israel. U.S. ambassador to U.N. Samantha Power skipped his presentation. Seth Wenig AP
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fell silent for 40 seconds during his U.N. speech to protest what he called the world’s silence on Iran’s threats to Israel. U.S. ambassador to U.N. Samantha Power skipped his presentation. Seth Wenig AP

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