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Israel is to hold its fifth election in just over three years after the Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said he would step down from his post and dissolve parliament next week.
The current Foreign Minister Yair Lapid will take over until the vote which is expected to take place in October.
The United Nations has been accused of covering up abuse and corruption within its ranks.
Senior staff at the UN have diplomatic immunity from national laws and all complaints are handled internally.
But the organization's management has been accused of ignoring alleged wrongdoing.
Colombia's last recognizable guerrilla group the ELN has said it's willing to resume peace talks with the government once the new President Gustavo Petro takes office in August.
Mr. Petro himself, a former rebel, has become the country's first left-wing leader.