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South Africa – Israel spat: Minister Naledi Pandor says her family threatened

By France24
12 February 2024   |   2:39 pm
Israel denies threatening South Africa’s international relations minister. Naledi Pandor says she's worried about the safety of her family since South Africa filed a case before the ICJ accusing Israeli forces of committing genocidal acts against Palestinians.

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