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Did war crimes summons force Tzipi Livni to cancel Brussels trip?

Belgian prosecutor confirms that former Israeli foreign minister faced questioning over 2008 Gaza assault.

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Fighting for Palestinian rights in the Trump era

Israel will be further empowered by Trump, but there are opportunities for the movement for justice.

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Hague prosecutor updates Palestine war crimes probe

New report gives fuller picture of 2014 Gaza war, but there’s no deadline for preliminary examination to be completed.

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Why Israel’s actions can be called genocide

Law professor dismisses claims that use of the term is akin to anti-Semitism.

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What’s really behind Israel’s attack on Christian charity World Vision?

Aid group says funds sent to Gaza amount to far less than Israel claims was diverted.

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Christian charity rejects Israeli claim funds went to Hamas

World Vision says it has no reason to believe allegations leveled against its Gaza director.

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Film takes aim at media coverage of 2014 Gaza attacks

Gaza in Context places Israeli violence in Gaza in broader frame of Palestine.

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Hamas executes 3 in Gaza despite protests

Palestinian rights groups condemn killings, renew calls for abolition of death penalty.

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Palestinian rights groups try to stop Gaza executions

Human rights groups warn that Hamas plan to implement death penalty would be illegal and harmful.

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Media promote Israeli distortions as civilians dodge airstrikes in Gaza

Israel started the latest round of deadly violence in Gaza, but you wouldn’t know it from the coverage.

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