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From Washington, this is VOA news. I'm Dave DeForest reporting.
The medical aid group Doctors Without Borders says 33 people are still missing following the U.S. airstrike on a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Twenty-two people were killed in the strike which U-S officials say was a mistake.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is promising to take a hard line against Palestinians who have unleashed a wave of attacks against Israelis, but says he does not want to anger Israel's allies. Netanyahu and his top security chiefs held a special news conference Thursday evening after another day where at least five Israelis were stabbed. The prime minister is seeking to ease friction at a disputed religious site in Jerusalem. Robert Berger reports.
The ethics committee of football's governing body FIFA has suspended President Sepp Blatter and his potential successor for 90 days. The committee took the action Thursday against Blatter and Michel Platini, head of the Union of European Football Association. The action comes less than two weeks after Swiss prosecutors opened a criminal investigation against Blatter involving a $2 million payment to Platini in 2011. Blatter's lawyers said the committee that suspended him failed to follow its own rules by not letting the president present evidence.
The Hague-based International Criminal Court said Thursday its prosecutor has called for an inquiry into allegations of war crimes believed to have been committed during the Russia-Georgia conflict in 2008. A three-member panel is expected to review the notification from Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda that she intends to ask for authorization to conduct an investigation into the situation in Georgia.
Rwanda's Supreme Court has cleared the way for President Paul Kagame to run for a third seven-year term. The court ruled Thursday that amending the constitution to remove the current two-term limit is legal. The opposition Green Party had petitioned the court to block the proposed changes.
国际足联道德委员会对现任主席赛普•布拉特（Sepp Blatter）及其潜在继任者做出临时停职90天的处理。该处理在周四对布拉特及欧洲足联主席米歇尔•普拉蒂尼（Michel Platini）生效。在布拉特被瑞士检方控告参与2011年一桩涉嫌对普拉蒂尼支付两百万美元的贿赂案后仅2周，委员会就对其进行了裁决。布拉特的律师称，委员会并未让布拉特提供证据，其颁布的决定违反了国际足联自身的规定。