Go back to the enewsletter JW Marriott Phuket R

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa’s Kabuki Japanese Cuisine Theatre is relaunching the Japanese Sunday Brunch from 13 December 2015.The Kabuki Japanese Cuisine Theatre presents the drama of Japanese cuisine in a fun dining experience, known for its lavish and modern Japanese cuisine, with three distinctive Live Teppanyaki stations.Three Teppanyaki combinations are prepared to perfection by skilful chefs who display their art from behind a large show counter for all to see. A must-try dish is the Tonkutsu – deep fried pork cutlet at the Tempura station. For desserts, guests may indulge in blissful treats ranging from sweet and fruity sushi to a luscious chocolate fountain and orange yuzu cheesecake, just to name a few.The Kabuki’s Japanese Sunday Brunch is available every Sunday from noon to 3pm. Priced at THB 2000++ per person including food and free flow of soft drinks, 50% off for children aged 7to 12.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

Israel violated human rights laws during Gaza protests – UN

first_imgLondon best pest control UN probe says Israel response to Gaza protests ‘may constitute’ crimes against humanity. Demonstrators with Palestinian flags take cover as Israeli soldiers are seen on their military vehicle during a protest at the Israel-Gaza border fence, in the southern Gaza Strip, December 21, 2018. (Reuters)There is evidence that Israel committed crimes against humanity in responding to 2018 protests in Gaza, as snipers targeted people clearly identifiable as children, health workers and journalists, the UN Human Rights Council said on Thursday.center_img Weekly protests have been held in Gaza since March last year, with Palestinians demanding the right to return to their ancestral homes.“Israeli soldiers committed violations of international human rights and humanitarian law. Some of those violations may constitute war crimes or crimes against humanity,” the chair of the UN Independent Commission of Inquiry on the protests in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Santiago Canton, said in a statement.He said the violations “clearly warrant criminal investigation and prosecution.”TRT World spoke to Gaza-based journalist Hind al Khoudary for more.The special report was released after an intensive probe was launched into the Gaza protests of 2018 UNHRC.The report timeline is from 30 March to 31 December 2018 and shows that 183 unarmed Palestinians were shot and killed and 6,106 injured with live ammunition used by Israeli troops during protests.The dead and injured include women, children, disabled and journalists.During this period, there was no impact on the Israeli side, besides four people being injured.Israel rejected the report with Acting Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz saying that the UN Human Rights Council had “produced another hostile, mendacious and slanted report against the State of Israel … No one can deny Israel the right of self-defence and the obligation to defend its citizens and borders from violent attacks.”last_img read more