White House officials inaugurate Israeli settlement project
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Alternative Gaza concert aims to send a message to the world.
Companies feeling pressure to end complicity in Israeli settlements.
Israeli leaders seek total capitulation of Palestinians in Gaza.
The real scandal is that repression is being enabled.
Quaker church is first in UK to divest from Israeli occupation.
Activists celebrate major victory for boycott movement.
“Systematic” abuses should focus Palestinian minds on the kind of authority they want.
Gunman at large after two Israelis killed in Barkan industrial zone attack.
Rights groups emphasize need for accountability at UN Human Rights Council.
Dutch researchers handcuffed, abused by Israeli interrogators before being expelled.
Protesters died after walking into paths of bullets, internal probe claims.
Israeli demolition workers demand the right wages for a war crime.
New bill would criminalize filming or recording Israeli soldiers.
Nazi group Azov is now a unit of the Ukrainian armed forces
Israel, US suffer another crushing defeat in UN vote, but resolution is toothless.
Right-wing parties suffer a blow as Oslo government upholds municipal bans on goods from Israeli settlements.
No way to mitigate complicity in war crimes while doing business with settlements, says Human Right Watch.
The community of Khan al-Ahmar will be forcibly displaced to make way for settlements.
ICC chief prosecutor vows to “take any action warranted” over Gaza deaths.
Omar Shakir says move against him aims to “muzzle dissent.”
Destruction of village will eliminate only school accessible to 160 children.
Video shows activists confronting US ambassador Nikki Haley over Gaza killings.
Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says those responsible for “violence against civilians” could face trial.
The number willing to criticize Israel over killings of protesters is tiny, but still bigger than the number willing to defend it.
Human Rights Watch says Israeli leaders could face prosecution for attack on Gaza marchers.
Israel’s Bull Connor treated as equal to march organizer.
Nearly 1,500 were injured, more than half by live fire.
The American Jewish Committee paints Israel as the perpetual victim.
Human rights defenders say database of firms must be published despite political pressure.
Ahed Tamimi was seized in a night raid after a video circulated of her confronting Israeli soldiers.
Five Palestinians remain missing after deadly detonation.
High court says ruling on arms sales to Myanmar will be classified
HeidelbergCement tries to present illegal exploitation of land and labor as positive.
Brussels bureaucrats shrug their shoulders as Israel seeks to evade weapons ban.