Staffer tweets anti-Israel hoax,
U.N. looks other way

by Stewart Stogel -- [caption id="attachment_199839" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Reuters 2006 photo used to smear Israel"][/caption] UNITED NATIONS – The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs apparently has decided to more…

Kofi Annan resigns as U.N. envoy to Syria

by Stewart Stogel -- BY STEWART STOGEL NEW YORK - U.N. and Arab League Special Envoy for Syria Kofi Annan unexpectedly handed in his resignation today. The Annan move came as the more…

Intervention in Syria blocked by Russia, China

by Stewart Stogel -- UNITED NATIONS – In a scene reminiscent of the Cold War, Russia and China today banded together to cast their third veto blocking any United Nations Security Council more…

It's a bird! It's a boat! It's a ... car?

by Stewart Stogel -- [caption id="attachment_165397" align="alignright" width="250" caption="Bugatti Noir Blanc"][/caption] NEW YORK – A car-plane, a car-boat, a $2.4 million dollar roadster and a $22,000 car that gets almost 112 mpg more…

Israel's fight with U.N. heats up

by Stewart Stogel -- UNITED NATIONS – Israel's clash with the United Nations is quickly intensifying. In less than a week, Israel's United Nations mission has filed three official protests with the more…

U.N. official accused of fraud

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – A senior official in the U.N. office of Humanitarian Affairs has been accused of fraud by the Israeli government. America's ambassador to the U.N., Susan more…

U.S. frets about N. Korea in Mideast

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – The United Nations Security Council holds a special ministerial meeting on the crisis in the Middle East this week, and one topic overshadowing the gathering more…

Israel shelves Iran military option

by Stewart Stogel -- NEW YORK – Ron Prosor, Israel's ambassador to the United Nations says Jerusalem believes diplomacy is the preferred course to resolve the current nuclear standoff with Iran. "We more…

British-Argentina nuclear fears real

by Stewart Stogel -- (UNITED NATIONS) – Nuclear fears between the United Kingdom and Argentina are real, according to a White House source. The source? President Ronald Reagan, who once worried about more…