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Israel world's second most lethal country for journalists in 2014, watchdog says

Syria topped Reporters Without Borders’ grim league table for 2014, followed by “Palestine.”

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

Patrick O. Strickland
Gaza City
10 December 2014

Israel continues to hinder independent investigations into possible war crimes.

Israel plans to reintroduce ban on Palestinian flag

A new Israeli bill is part of a racist wave of legislation, according to prominent Israeli academic Ilan Pappé. 

Pentagon denies seeking advice from Israel on limiting civilian deaths

US Department of Defense reaffirms its belief that Israel did not do enough to protect civilians in Gaza.

Amnesty: Israel may be guilty of "war crimes" during Gaza massacre

A new Amnesty International report details eight cases in which Israeli airstrikes targeted residential buildings and inflicted huge numbers of civilian deaths, among them children.

Tzipi Livni: Israel shares same “values” as “moderate” Saudi Arabia

Israeli minister looks forward to the day when alliance with Arab dictatorships can be out in the open.

Villagers facing massive Israeli land grab urge action from Europe

Palestinians in Wadi Fukin want the EU to go beyond its criticisms of settlement expansion and introduce sanctions against Israel.

Palestinian Authority arrests two journalists for Facebook posts

Palestinian journalists are stuck between Israel’s brutal occupation and an increasingly repressive Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

Israeli drone conference features weapons used to kill Gaza's children

Being able to drop bombs on Palestinians makes the development of arms “more efficient,” says technology chief in Israeli military.

Israel jailed influential Palestinian writer "to remove him from society"

Patrick O. Strickland
al-Bireh
12 September 2014

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

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