Three children have died so far this year after their travel permits were rejected or delayed. Read more about Spike in children denied medical treatment by Israel’s military
Al-Haq says Israel’s history of withholding tax revenues amounts to collective punishment and is a grave breach of international law. Read more about Israeli seizure of Palestinian tax revenues is "collective punishment"
The Palestinian Authority has nothing to lose by ratifying the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court. Read more about Abbas runs out of excuses for inaction on Israel's war crimes
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
Versailles court dismisses appeal over French corporations’ involvement in Jerusalem light rail project. Read more about Disappointing French ruling on Veolia still paves way for suing occupation profiteers
Amnesty International and Norwegian trade unions join forces to demand that G4S stops aiding human rights abuses. Read more about G4S blockaded in Oslo over support for Israeli apartheid