Dima al-Wawi, the youngest female detainee, has been released, but many children are still behind bars facing severe abuses. Read more about Number of Palestinian children in Israeli prisons soars
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Israel advocates turn to corporate law in latest effort to stifle free speech by academics. Read more about "Frivolous" lawsuit aims to reverse ASA's Israel boycott
BDS referendum proceeded despite effort by parent union to postpone it. Read more about NYU graduate worker union backs Israel boycott by big margin
UAW official urged NYU graduate workers’ union to postpone Israel boycott referendum. Read more about Did New York union nix election because of BDS referendum?
Journalists are being forbidden from quoting a document that proves Israel kills by remote control. Read more about Why has Israel censored reporting on drones?
Publishing giant under fire for destroying books containing maps depicting Zionist and Israeli land conquests. Read more about Reverse censorship of Palestine maps, scholars tell McGraw-Hill
Military probe into killing of 17-year-old Muhammad al-Kasbeh involved “whitewash,” says human rights group B’Tselem. Read more about Israel excuses killing of fleeing Palestinian teen as "professional mistake"
Civil rights attorney Jordan Kushner says accusations against him couldn’t stand up. Read more about Minneapolis drops case against lawyer who filmed Israel protest
100 writers protest PEN American Center’s acceptance of Israeli government funding for 2016 World Voices Festival. Read more about Writers pull out of PEN festival over Israel sponsorship
Israeli revenge demolitions resume after court lifts pause. Read more about Israel aims to "save souls" by making Palestinians homeless
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