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Demands grow on Israel to release circus teacher for disabled children

Mohammad Abu Sakha has been in administrative detention since December.

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Israeli court refuses to release hunger striker on brink of death

Muhammad al-Qiq’s organs are at risk of failure any day, says Palestinian prisoner’s legal team.

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Israeli weapons aid potential genocides in Myanmar and Burundi

When other countries impose weapons bans on regimes that commit atrocities, Israel sniffs an opportunity.

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Proposed change to French constitution likened to Nazi-era policy

Amnesty has warned that entrenching emergency measures ”would put many people at even greater risk of human rights violations.”

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Khader Adnan is starving for freedom again

While concerned for his health, Adnan’s family supports his decision to go on hunger strike and is confident he will emerge victorious.

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Gaza struggles with lack of shelter caused by two Israeli wars

The summer attack has added to the unresolved crisis caused by “Operation Cast Lead” six years ago.

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How Gaza families were given just ten minutes’ warning of Israeli attacks

Israel continues to hinder independent investigations into possible war crimes.

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Israel jailed influential Palestinian writer “to remove him from society”

Professor Ahmad Qatamesh spent almost nine years in Israeli prison without trial.

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In photos and video: Tender farewell to Hebron boy shot dead by army

Eleven-year-old boy was shot with live ammunition outside his West Bank refugee camp home.

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