The violence on Sunday in the village of Essakane was described as a "terrorist attack" by the vicar-general of the Catholic Diocese of Dori, Essakane, Abbot Jean-Pierre Sawadogo. He stated that twelve attendees were killed at the scene, and three more succumbed to their wounds while being treated.
On Monday, the final day of the hearings, Turkey's Deputy Foreign Minister Ahmet Yildiz was the first to speak. The proceedings lasted a week and heard from 52 countries and various international organisations about Israel's occupation of Palestine.
Israeli forces have killed at least seven Palestinians, including a minor, in Rafah, the largest city in the southern Gaza Strip, in their latest deadly assault on the beleaguered Palestinian populace.
On Saturday, an Israeli airstrike targeted a residential building housing the Shahin family, along with Abu Hamra and Abu Sultan family displaced persons, according to the Palestinian state news agency Wafa.