Announced in July, the new EU guidelines should bar it from awarding grants to Israeli projects in territory occupied since 1967 and exclude Israeli businesses and institutions that operate in the West Bank from receiving EU loans. Read more about European lawmakers tell EU to stand up to lobby pressure, implement ban on settlement funding
Brussels officials appear more interested in curing wrinkles than respecting international law. Read more about EU awards new science grant to occupation profiteer Ahava
Oslo government has previously condemned “grossly unethical” behavior by Lev Leviev’s Africa Israel. Read more about Norway urged to reintroduce investment ban on Israeli diamond magnate
New guidelines on barring firms based in Israeli settlements from cooperating with the EU are actually quite timid. Read more about Has the EU really caused an "earthquake" for Israel?
“Ambassadors” appointed by Norway’s trade unions travel to Palestine, then urge a boycott of Israel when they return home. Read more about Make sure Palestine stays on agenda, says Norwegian labor activist
The Dutch chief prosecutor has sent a clear signal to the shareholders and directors of Dutch companies that they can be held liable – and even be criminally prosecuted – for their involvement in Israel’s violations of international law. Read more about Dutch settlement profiteers listed in new report
Two Corporate Watch researchers were denied right to silence, lawyers. Read more about UK police abuse "anti-terror" law to interrogate activists returning from Palestine
Israeli companies lie so routinely about the origin of their produce that EU plans to introduce new labeling guidance will probably prove unworkable. Read more about UK supermarket sells fruit from illegal settlement as "made in Israel"
The Israeli government’s use of SodaStream to greenwash the occupation may have fooled politicians and mainstream journalists, but activists aren’t duped so easily. Read more about Israel steps up SodaStream marketing in attempt to greenwash Israeli settlement crimes
More than 80 percent of Palestinians employed in firms operating in Israeli settlements would quit their jobs if given an alternative. Read more about Settlement firms don't benefit Palestinians, says study