Only one team of medical experts has been allowed to enter Gaza to assess the harm inflicted after summer assault.
Two courts have already ruled the lawsuit against the co-op is frivolous; now the Washington state supreme court will weigh in.
Bay Area-based Palestine solidarity groups mobilize during a weekend of actions devoted to reclaiming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s radical legacy.
Following an announcement that Harvard University’s dining services would suspend purchases from a company owned by SodaStream, the president stepped in.
A video of Tristan Anderson played in court showed that contrary to Israeli claims, the American activist was severely injured by a high-velocity tear gas canister.
Federal prosecutors are attempting to invalidate Rasmea Odeh’s $50,000 bond for release, but supporters say the government has its facts wrong.
At a controversial conference hosted by an Israeli military strategy think-tank, the ICRC echoed some of the most ardent defenders of Israeli militarism.
California man requires round-the-clock care after being hit by tear gas canister five years ago.
Rio Grande do Sul has admitted that opposition from Palestinians led it to tear up deal with Israeli arms firm.
Students are beginning to see the fruits of their divestment resolution passed last May.
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