Hebrew University of Jerusalem may have given misleading information when applying for EU grants. Read more about Has Israeli college in East Jerusalem deceived its EU donors?
Organizers declare support for Palestinian rights. Read more about Geography conference held in Ramallah as gesture of solidarity
Israeli forces have killed two Palestinians in as many days, and at least 17 since the beginning of 2015. Read more about Israel kills dad as he tries to help injured son
Israeli forces employ chokeholds, beatings and strip-searches to force confessions from Palestinian children, a Human Rights Watch report finds. Read more about Israel threw stun grenade at 11-year-old -- Human Rights Watch
Hebrew University of Jerusalem is still being subsidized by the European Union. Read more about Israeli college in East Jerusalem bags $15 million of EU funds
Israeli authorities are targeting the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel. Read more about Israel slaps travel ban on Palestinian former mayor
Dozens of Palestinians imprisoned on “secret evidence” are boycotting Israel’s military courts, according to a rights group. Read more about Israel arrests Palestinian archbishop during protest against church takeover
Israel’s efforts to close Palestine 48 are part of a broader strategy of “silencing the Arab public,” says channel’s board member. Read more about Netanyahu orders shutdown of TV channel for Palestinians in Israel
Yousef al-Shawamreh, 14, was killed although he “posed no danger” to Israeli occupation forces, according to the rights group B’Tselem. Read more about WhatsApp messages show Israeli soldiers knew they were about to kill a child
America’s law enforcement authorities are interested in buying Israel’s skunk water. Read more about Will Israel's "whiff from hell" weapon be used to crush US protests?
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