UN Human Rights Chief ending occupation only way to peace

The top United Nations human rights official called on Tuesday for Israel to pull out of territories captured in a 1967 war that Palestinians now seek for a state, saying it would benefit both sides after 50 years of enmity.
In a speech opening a three-week session of the UN Human Rights Council, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein observed the 50th anniversary of when he “first heard the sound of war” as a boy in Amman, Jordan. He said Palestinians were now marking “a half-century of deep suffering under an occupation imposed by military force” and marked by “systematic” violations of international law.
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