Evidence handed to prosecutor enough to open case against Israel, rights groups say. Read more about Case of Gaza family killed in their sleep taken to International Criminal Court
Elbit, a leading drone-maker, has been invited to a Dutch arms fair scheduled for next week. Read more about Rotterdam rolls out red carpet for Israeli war industry
Israel’s refusal to allow human rights organizations entry to Gaza reflects a pattern of disrespect for the work of human rights defenders. Read more about Israel kills human rights defenders and their families
Wael Abu Rida holds Egyptian nationality but crisis in Cairo means his abduction has gone largely unnoticed there. Read more about Gaza man "kidnapped" by Israel in Sinai, says family
Jamal al-Dalou lost ten members of his family during Israel’s attack in November. Read more about "Peace" talks are meaningless, says survivor of Gaza massacre
UN’s conclusion that child was killed by Palestinian rocket is based on investigation by Gaza-based rights group. Read more about Who is responsible for the death of baby Omar Masharawi in Gaza last November?
Promises of aid to civil defense services have not been kept. Read more about Risking their lives to save lives: Gaza's first responders
While the Freedom Flotilla tried to bring aid to the Strip, Gaza’s Ark seeks to export locally produced goods. Read more about "Trade not aid" focus of new attempt to break Gaza blockade
Nine boats have been captured by Israel since the ceasefire agreement in November. Read more about Gaza fishermen protest as Israel breaks pledge to stop attacks
Health workers have reported finding “abnormal symptoms” among the injured. Read more about Did Israel fire chemical weapons on Gaza last month?
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