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Countries Criticize Indonesia and Israel Are Fierce About Iran’s Nuclear

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —

A number of world news is still hot news in the last 24 hours.

One of the profiles of countries in the Pacific that often criticize Indonesia on human rights issues in Papua.

Similarly, this morning’s news about Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett who considers Iran’s nuclear program to violate all restrictions.

Here’s an international overview of the last 24 hours on CNNIndonesia.com:

The Indonesian government is again faced with accusations of alleged human rights violations that occurred in Papua.

At the 76th United Nations (UN) General Assembly Session, Vanuatu’s Prime Minister, Bob Loughman, said local and indigenous Papuan communities continue to suffer from human rights violations under the Indonesian government.

Apart from Vanuatu, several countries in the Pacific in particular also often voice their support for Papuan independence. The other five countries are Palau, Tuvalu, Marshal Island, Solomon Islands, and Nauru.

A British warship sailed through the Taiwan Strait on Monday (27/9) amid escalating tensions between Taipei and Beijing.

The frigate HMS Richmond crossed the turbulent Taiwan Strait to Vietnam.

HMS Richmond has deployed London to the East China Sea to take part in operations to enforce UN sanctions against North Korea.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Iran’s nuclear program had violated all limits aimed at preventing the manufacture of weapons.

“Iran’s nuclear weapons program has reached a tipping point. All boundaries have been breached,” Bennett said in a speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Monday (27/9).

Bennett also stated that Israel will make every effort to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.


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