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Will ICC probe Israel’s demolition of Khan al-Ahmar?

Palestinian village of Khan al-Ahmar is facing imminent demolition.

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Khan al-Ahmar resists Israeli bulldozers and brutality

Village gets brief reprieve as Israeli court temporarily halts demolition.

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One generation later, another war crime

A teenager was killed when Israel used him as human shield during raid on father of man army claims to have killed in Jenin.

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New Orleans resolution is victory, test for Palestinian rights movement

City votes to screen companies it does business with for human rights abuses.

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Winning real victories for Palestinian rights

Campaigners must aim to build new political consensus to ensure permanent gains.

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Coca-Cola reportedly on UN list of firms profiting from Israel’s crimes

Names of dozens of firms involved in settlements revealed as pressure on Israel grows.

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UN takes first step to end Israel’s impunity

Firms leave Israel as UN gathers data on settlement profiteers.

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Israel uses Caterpillar equipment in revenge demolition

With Israeli high court’s blessing, Palestinians punished for acts they did not commit.

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Why should Palestine take a back seat?

Economic pressure on Israel can only be achieved by building consensus for Palestinian rights.

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Under pressure over Israel, Portland divests from all corporations

Occupation-Free Portland welcomes ”victory for citizen activism,” but wanted focus on specific rights violators.

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