Calling the dead “ ‘terrorists’ doesn’t change the rules,” says Human Rights Watch director. Read more about "50 Hamas members" claim does not justify Gaza massacre
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Power supply increases, but barely enough to relieve dire situation. Read more about Israel using electricity to blackmail Gaza
Lawsuit cites Nuremberg precedent for suing Israeli judiciary for involvement in crimes. Read more about Israel’s judges taken to court in Chile
Retired British army Colonel Richard Kemp tells Israeli conference that “democratic armies” should have a freer hand when it comes to “collateral damage” – civilian casualties. Read more about Allow Israel to kill more civilians, says British colonel
Delegation head of supposedly neutral organization to speak alongside wanted Israeli war criminal. Read more about Why is Red Cross co-sponsoring event with Israeli war think tank?
The toll from Israel’s relentless bombardment of Gaza, which began one week ago, reached 174 persons killed, eighty percent of them civilians. Read more about UN tells Israel to halt attacks targeting civilians in Gaza
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
Undercover Israeli agents shoot three men in the middle of the night, killing one. Al-Haq’s independent investigation exposes the chilling story. Read more about Why were undercover Israeli agents creeping inside a Palestinian village?
The South Africa session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine will be opened by Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Saturday. Two weeks from now on Thursday 17 November there will be a book launch in London to celebrate the publication of my new book: Corporate Complicity in Israel’s Occupation. The book, which I edited along with Frank Barat, is a record of the findings of last year’s London session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine. Read more about London launch of Russell Tribunal book examining corporate complicity in Israel's occupation
Legal mechanisms developed after the end of the Second World War to more easily prosecute war criminals are now being taken off the books to preserve Israeli impunity from accountability. Read more about UK rewrites war crimes law at Israel's request
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