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Brazil president-elect Bolsonaro says he plans to move embassy to Jerusalem

Source: Guardian


Brazil would become the third country to have an embassy in Jerusalem, after the US and Guatemala

Associated Press in S„o Paulo
Thu 1 Nov 2018 18.41 EDT

President-elect Jair Bolsonaro has reiterated that he plans to move Brazilís embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, joining the United States and Guatemala.

The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, quickly welcomed the plan.

In a tweet Thursday, Bolsonaro said: ďAs previously stated during our campaign, we intend to transfer the Brazilian Embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem. Israel is a sovereign state and we shall duly respect that.Ē

It was the first time since being elected Sunday that Bolsonaro referred to his plan to move the embassy.

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/nov/01/bolsonaro-brazil-embassy-jerusalem

ICC rejects special treatment for Colombia's military war crime suspects


by Adriaan Alsema November 1, 2018

The deputy prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) told Colombiaís President Ivan Duque on Thursday that his office rejects judicial benefits to military war crime suspects and criminals promoted by the government.

During a visit to Colombia on Thursday, the ICC official met with Duque and the president of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP), Patricia Linares.

Deputy Prosecutor James Stewart expressed not just concern about the controversial plans to create a special chamber dedicated to military war crimes, but reiterated the international courtís concern about the JEPís lack of powers to impose penalties on commanders who are responsible for crimes committed by their subordinates.

Last year, the court said it specifically expected the JEP called 23 generals and six colonels to justice over their responsibility in the mass killing of civilians who were falsely represented in the media as guerrillas killed in combat.

More:
https://colombiareports.com/cpi-rejects-special-treatment-for-colombias-military-war-crime-suspects/
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