Justice ministry has never launched a single criminal investigation against an interrogator. Read more about Israel dismisses 1,000 complaints of torture
Malik al-Qadi has been in coma since 10 September. Read more about Prisoners begin mass hunger strike to support jailed student "fighting death"
Ruling rejects petitions by human rights groups, as hunger strikers face new infringements. Read more about Israeli high court upholds force-feeding "torture"
Bilal Kayed could face forced treatment while other prisoners are denied visits by their lawyers. Read more about Israel escalates crackdown on hunger strikers
Organization says not enough families take advantage of twice monthly visits. Read more about Red Cross cuts family visits to Palestinian prisoners
Muhammad Allan may be the first prisoner to be subjected to the cruel practice since Israel legalized it last month. Read more about Israeli force-feeding of Palestinian hunger striker imminent
ICRC head says hunger strike’s life is at “immediate risk.” Read more about Video: To Khader Adnan, on hunger strike for 50 days
Broadcaster pats itself on the back as it routinely ignores Israeli breaches of Gaza ceasefire. Read more about BBC's Kafkaesque response to complaint over Gaza coverage
At a controversial conference hosted by an Israeli military strategy think-tank, the ICRC echoed some of the most ardent defenders of Israeli militarism. Read more about Why is the ICRC helping defend Israeli war crimes?
Amnesty International testimonies reveal a pattern of Israeli attacks targeting medical facilities, workers and vehicles. Read more about Israel deliberately attacking medical workers in Gaza, Amnesty says
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