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Gaza artist displays paintings in rubble of bombed home

Raed Issa wants his works to “haunt” the perpetrators of war crimes.

Europe spins for Israel, embraces genocide

Top political figures in Brussels have contradicted themselves while trying to boost trade with Israel.

Arab Bank to appeal verdict in US terror financing "show trial"

Bank found liable for material support for terrorism after judge suppresses crucial evidence.

New Palestinian films showing in Toronto starting Saturday

Get a sneak preview of this year’s Toronto and Boston Palestine film festivals.

Glasgow activists arrested for shutting down drone maker tied to Gaza slaughter

Ten activists with the Glasgow Palestine Action Network promise to intensify BDS after being arrested for shutting down the Thales UK factory in Glasgow.

Missing Salaita document hints at Univ. of Illinois cover up

The University of Illinois says it can’t find a key document that may shed light on donor pressure to convince top administrators to fire Steven Salaita for his criticisms of Israel.

Medical equipment sits at border as Egypt bans Gaza imports

Gaza medical professionals organize community care as number of patients exceeds available hospital beds.

Hundreds of Palestinians killed in Mediterranean were trying to escape hopelessness in Gaza

Khalil Abu Shammala of Al Dameer Association for Human Rights says Palestinians in Gaza are taking desperate, risky measures to live a normal life free of occupation and the Israeli-Egyptian siege.

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